Our Identity — Who Are W...

Who are we really One aspect of God’s kingdom deals with who we are as Christ’s followers and where our loyalty, identity and belonging rest… Over the years I’ve heard lots of teaching about our identity in Christ. Notions like we are, “God’s workmanship,” “the Redeemed of God,” or “sons of God.” While I’m not in protest of these articulations; I find them either ethereal or vague...

Do You Serve Your Kingdom?...

You’d Never Know It Many believers for sure, do not consider the kingdom of God as a now-reality because their theology, or the theology they’ve ingested, doesn’t allow for such a reality: a reality that is to be served, a fact that colors all aspects of life, a perceptible existence that utterly changes a person’s perspectives, motivations or sense of being…   Clues to the nowness...

Social Justice is an attac...

Jesus purposed for His followers to be His kingdom until such a time as He returned in person. This kingdom never was marked by physical locale, ethnicity or governmental structure as in temporal empires. Yet, it’s marking was invisible boarders, a language and a culture that cut across all standards and ideals typical of mankind’s efforts. Today, there is a preoccupation in society—which...

The Priesthood of All Beli...

For years I have been involved with, on again and off again, a house fellowship in my area. Fellowship of Faith Part of the “on again and off again” related to our lack of proximity. More of it had to do with the same dissatisfaction regarding the Sunday-going-to-meeting institutional ideal we’d left behind years ago. We’d go for to the house church thing for a while and then back off. We hoped...
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