Following Jesus brings us into the kingdom of God, but what is the Kingdom of God? Kingdoms seem rather old fashioned today as fewer countries have functioning kings, so perhaps a better way to think of the kingdom of God is as a community—a worldwide community of believers dedicated to bringing God’s will on earth. Think of it as God’s community.
From Jesus without Baggage
- We are Agents for Expanding God’s Kingdom on Earth
- Fortunate are the Powerless and Disadvantaged
- Entering the Kingdom Requires Abandoning Old Religious Systems
- Death is Not the End Because Jesus Offers Us Eternal Life and Happiness
- How Does Identifying with the Kingdom of God Affect Our Political Participation?
- 3 Reasons Why Loving Others is Not All There Is to Following Jesus
- Jesus Speaks of the Father’s House
- The Father’s House
- The Father’s House—Which Model?
- Why Do We Share the Good News of Jesus?
- Sharing Jesus through Relationship
- Problems with the Sinner’s Prayer
From Other Writers
- The kingdom of God – a ticket to heaven? by Eric Hatfield
- Words matter: the language of warfare in a kingdom of peace by Ben Irwin
- The offense of the gospel by Ben Irwin
- The Blood of American Christianity Will Be The Seed Of The Church by Benjamin Corey
- Three Reasons Why We Don’t Pray the Sinner’s Prayer with Our Children by RL Stollar
- People, Not Projects: Re-Thinking Evangelism by Darrell Lackey
- How does the Kingdom of God unfold? by Matthew Best
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