2022 – Year in Review

Thank you to everyone who has used our website over the last year. We have had the most views and visitors since we started in 2015. I am thankful for what we have been able to do over the last year from Q&As, Quotes, and other articles.

The King’s Table was able to interview 19 people over the last year: Nate Pickowicz, Bart Barber, Tyler Wittman, Jordan Steffaniak, Tom Hicks, Geoff Chang, Dave Jenkins, Joe Harrod, Jimmy Winfrey, Mitch Chase, David Dockery, Creston Thomas, Zane Pratt, Jonathan Dodson, James Carroll, Harris Bond, Ayman Ibrahim, Brandon Smith, and Obbie Todd. I am thankful to each of them for participating in those this year.

King’s Table was able to publish a few Quotes posts over the last year. With the most viewed being the 10 Quotes from Before You Share Your Faith. This book was written by Matt Smethurst.

We also published a few articles like the Role of Elders.

Over the last year, I have received a lot of positive feedback regarding the direction with the website. From the Q&As to Quotes to the occasional articles, I have appreciated the feedback and look to see The King’s Table continue to go in that direction for 2023.

I regularly want to point out good work from other ministries and friends. I want to highlight two of those ministries. I hope you get familiar with them before the end of 2022.

London Lyceum Check out the John Gill Project as well!

Baptist Renewal

Pray for these ministries and support them if you can!

We only get one life and it will soon pass. Only what is done for Christ will last. May the Lord bless you in this upcoming year.

Evan Knies is an elder of North Hills Church in West Monroe, LA. He is husband of Lauren and father to Maesyn. He is a graduate of Boyce College and Southern Seminary.

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