March 5, 2017 – April 9, 2017

The Kingdom

During his earthly ministry, Jesus preached a lot on “the Kingdom of God” – but what exactly does that mean? Where is the Kingdom? What does it mean for us today? It’s not some things that’s far off but something that we get to be part of right now and every day! Join us through the season of Lent as we explore what it means to live in the Kingdom.

  • A Different Kind of King

    On Palm Sunday, Jesus made His entrance into Jerusalem as king. Only, this King didn't look or act like anyone expected. Jesus is King, but He is a different kind of king than what we see in this world - and that's exactly what we need!

  • A Kingdom of Grace

    Forgiving someone is hard, especially when they keep hurting us again and again and again. Jesus tells a story in Matthew 18 that illustrates just how His kingdom works when it comes to forgiveness. His forgiveness of us is what allows us to freely forgive others.

  • Thy Kingdom Come

    Christians often pray The Lord's Prayer but we may not always think about what it means. When we pray, "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven," what exactly do we mean? What does it look like to pray those words and really mean it?

  • A Generous Kingdom

    Jesus told His audience in the Sermon on the Mount not to worry about the basic things of life - food, body, and clothes. Surprisingly enough, those things are still what we worry about today, 2,000 years later and even Jesus knows that we're not going to stop worrying just because He says so. Instead, He points us to something better: the generosity of the Kingdom.

  • The Value of the Kingdom

    Jesus tells us two short stories about discovering a treasure and giving up everything to get that treasure. What those stories tell us changes drastically, however, depending on which role is the one we play. Is Jesus telling us to give up everything that we have for the Kingdom? Or is there something much greater being shared in these short stories?

  • Now… But Not Yet

    The Kingdom was ushered in with Jesus' arrival and ministry and is a reality for us today. But life in the Kingdom today might not look like we expect. That's because even though the Kingdom is here, it is not yet what it will be when Jesus returns.