Synchroblog (Multiple Bloggers Writing at the Same Time) on the Kingdom of God

I haven’t joined a synchroblog in a while because I can’t ever seem to find the time, but given this topic I wanted to link up. I am passionate about the Kingdom of God and I didn’t often hear much about it when I was growing up in church.

Although my time is limited, I point you to three prior posts I’ve written on this subject and to all the other bloggers’ posts in this synchroblog. In short the posts attempt to answer the following three questions:

1. What does Kingdom living look like?
2. What does a Kingdom-minded church look like?
3. What does Kingdom leadership look like?

To summarize those three posts, Kingdom living is living as though God is King. We must listen to His voice and obey it fully. Check out all three posts; they explore the concepts a little more deeply and biblically.

For other writings on Kingdom, check out these other posts!

  • Susan Barnes (Christian currently attending a Baptist church) of Abooklook on My kingdom goes
  • Timothy Victor (Christian) of Tim Victor’s Musings on The reign of
  • Ronald van der Bergh (Dutch Reformed) of Ronalds Footnotes on Notes on “the Kingdom of God” in
    the New Testament
  • Nic Paton (fundamentalist, charismatic, liberationist, apophatic, heterodox) of soundandsilence on The “Kingdom”: of God?
  • Beth Patterson (Non churched follower of Christ) of Virtual Tea House on What it’s like rather than what it is
  • Jeff Goins (Non-denominational Christian) of Pilgrimage of the Heart on The Kingdom of God: Now and Not Yet
  • Phil Wyman (Non-denominational Christian) of Square No More on Jesus as the Archetype Shaman (Part 2): A Nostalgia for Paradise
  • Stephen Hayes (Orthodox Christian) of Khanya on Kingdom, power and
  • Matt Stone of Glocal Christianity on The Only Christian Nation is the Kingdom of God
  • Liz Dyer of Grace Rules on The Kingdom of God is at Hand
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