Resources now available for Thy Kingdom Come
This year’s Thy Kingdom Come will happen from 13th – 23rd May.
Started in 2016, Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus.
The 2021 launch event, where the team explain about this year’s resources, can be viewed on the TKC website.
There are resources to cover all eventualities – whether at home or gathered worship, and also reflecting the varied global contexts where gathered worship is still possible.
The new resources include:
- The Cheeky Pandas video series for children – 11 part, fun-filled (15 min long each) programmes which are packed with Bible stories, prayers, animation, worship songs and interviews with special guests including Adventurer, Bear Grylls, CBeebies Presenter Gemma Hunt, Revd Nicky Gumbel (HTB and Alpha) and Pastor Agu and Sola (Jesus House) to name a few. The video series can be used as part of church at home, gathered church (online and offline) and in school assemblies. Similar to last year, the seris will be the main content in the Family Prayer Adventure Map and App.
- 11 Youth video reflections – Thy Kingdom Come have been working with the Archbishop of York’s Youth Trust to produce a selection of youth resources including a series of video reflections from young influential Christians such as the current Methodist Youth President – Phoebe Parkin, rapper and author – Guvna B, Worship Leader- Elle Limebear, Former Rugby Player – Jamie Jones-Buchanan and many more.
- Printed & Digital versions of the Prayer Journal and Novena. This year’s prayer journal was penned by the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell- crafted with the express intention of inspiring readers to re-encounter the love and joy found in Jesus Christ.
- The award-winning Thy Kingdom Come app, available in nine languages, will include audio content from 24-7 Prayer’s Lectio 365 with audio reflections from Pete Greig, Archbishop Justin and 24-7 Prayer GB UK Director, Carla Harding.
Visit the Thy Kingdom Come website to find out more