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Foundations of Honor Course

Wednesday Evenings, beginning January 15 at the Nathaniel Center at 6:30

The class is free, but not appropriate for children under 11 years old. 

Workbook is $15 at City or class or purchase your own (see below).

Childcare will not be provided.

Come, Learn How to Honor Each Other!

Every year, on Lag BaOmer, we mourn the deaths of 24,000 students of Rabbi Akiva who died in a plague because, as the Talmud informs us, “they did not conduct themselves with respect for each other.” They loved each other, but didn't know how to deal with the differences of understanding among them.  Let's learn together how to create a culture of honor at City on the Hill.

6:30-7:00 Coffee & Worship (It's OK to bring your dinner)

7:00-9:00 Class

About the Course

For years, Danny Silk has been teaching, writing, speaking, and coaching on honor and how to express it in our families, churches, organizations, and communities. And for years, he has received the same feedback and questions around this powerful, challenging, and frequently misunderstood and misapplied concept, such as:

“You say that people of honor must be powerful, but to a lot of people, ‘powerful’ means dominating and selfish. What does it mean to be powerful?”

“If respecting our freedom and the freedom of others is crucial to practicing honor, what do we do when people cannot handle their freedom?”

“We tried to honorably confront someone, and the person refused to ‘clean up his mess.’ What do we do now?”

“I really don’t like confrontation. Doesn’t honor mean we should get along without conflict?”

“If we’re all trying to honor one another equally, does that mean there shouldn’t be any leaders?”

“Why does ‘honor’ always seem to turn into ‘entitlement’?”

The Foundations of Honor Study Guide addresses these questions and more through a comprehensive study of the core values, practices, and cultural effects of honor. Clear biblical teaching and illustrations, along with provoking questions and targeted action points, equip and train readers to examine their own foundations and build a solid foundation of honor in their lives, homes, businesses, churches, and communities. The Foundations of Honor Study Guide is designed to work with the Foundations of Honor Teaching Series as a 10-session course suitable for both individuals and groups. The Guide can be purchased by clicking the image or from Amazon or other sellers.

Winter 2020 Kingwood Healing Room & Hospital Training Curriculum

Are You Ready to Be Used in a Mighty Way?

January 14:

Topics: Physical Healing, qualifications of a Healing Room team member, the battle for healing, and forgiveness.

Teachers: Mitch and Rozalie Jerome, Al and Mauna Davino

January 21:

Topics: Four key steps for Inner Healing

Teacher: Bill and Evelyn Mealy

January 28:

Topics: Sozo ministry, a unique inner healing and deliverance ministry

Teachers: Melissa Webb

February 4:

Topics: Deliverance and generational curses & blessings

Teachers: Christine Ege

February 8 and 9:

Topics: Chapel Hospital Healing Prayer

Teachers: Philippe and Jan De Chambrier


Tuesday evenings:

6:30 to 6:45 snacks and fellowship

6:45 to 7:00 worship

7:00 to 7:05 Opening prayer

7:05 to 7:25 Teaching one

7:25 to 7:30 Prayer and activation

7:30 to 7:50 Teaching two

7:50 to 7:55 Prayer and activation

7:55 to 8:05 Bathroom breaks and snacks

8:05 to 9:00 Healing room practicum and homework given

9:00 to 9:15 Testimonies


Saturday/Sunday 2:00-6:00

The Power of God's Love

God's Healthcare Plan

The Power of God to Heal

Our Authority as Believers in Christ

The Importance of Forgiveness

Sozo: Salvation, Healing, Deliverance

Hearing the Voice of God

Building a Culture of Faith

Service Protocol

Shabbat Dinner Fellowship

“If you hold back your foot on Shabbat

from pursuing your own interests on my holy day;

if you call Shabbat a delight,

Adonai’s holy day, worth honoring;

then honor it by not doing your usual things

or pursuing your interests or speaking about them.

If you do, you will find delight in Adonai —

I will make you ride on the heights of the land

and feed you with the heritage of your ancestor Ya‘akov,

for the mouth of Adonai has spoken.”

Yesha 'yahu (Isaiah) 58:13-14

A big part of the “delight” (oneg) of Shabbat is the enjoyment of three Shabbat meals, mainly the first two—Friday night dinner and Shabbat lunch, which we eat together after morning service at City on the Hill. We love to celebrate Friday night potluck dinner together, in small gatherings house to house.  Speak to Suzanne M. about hosting or joining in!   [email protected] 

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