Tag: Living Kingdom

Living Kingdom: Highway to Hell

This story is an exploration of the divine inclination towards “social justice”, what social justice should look like in the life of the believer, and how the way that we treat others in this life informs our treatment in the next.

Living Kingdom: Hunting for treasure

I don’t know about you, but I want to be all in. He’s given us the map, I’m ready to give up everything to find the treasure He offers.

Living Kingdom: Shameless audacity

Parable: A friend in need; a persistent widow “Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they I should always pray and

Living Kingdom: What am I worth?

According to Olivia Fairfax, pride and self-deprecation are not as dissimilar as one might originally think . . .

Living Kingdom: The midnight oil

What does the parable of the Ten Virgins and graffiti have in common? Pastor and graffiti artist Tulaga Aiolupotea explains.

Living Kingdom: growing seed, mustard seed and yeast

I am a gardener and a woman. As I stand at the edge of the garden bed and all the other work spaces in my life, I make a decision with this prayer: “Lord, I determine to grow. Do your work in me and through me”. 

Kingdom of heaven: growing seed, mustard seed and yeast

I am a gardener and a woman. As I stand at the edge of the garden bed and all the other work spaces in my life, I make a decision with this prayer: “Lord, I determine to grow. Do your work in me and through me”. 

Living Kingdom: The power of story

Opening the new series, Living Kingdom, Record editor, Jarrod Stackelroth reflects on the impact of stories and the importance of Jesus’ parables.