We were Created to Build
Kingdom Families, Kingdom Communities & Kingdom Businesses
Around the Word of God
The more we focus on changing ourselves, the more impact we will have on other people, the more they will want to change themselves to become better people.
Everything we do in life must be centered around God’s will and His calling for our lives. When we focus on making Him the focal point of everything we do, what we do becomes about much more than ourselves. Our productivity becomes much more productive when God leads and directs us. We start becoming much more prosperous in all areas of our life. When we live our life for God, we allow the Holy Spirit to come and dwell within us.
When we bring God into our communities with a Kingdom Focused frame of mind, we need to come with the purpose of building God’s Kingdom. God intended from the beginning that we would live in fellowship with Himself and in community with other people. As we live, grow, and learn, we can see very clearly that we are all gifted differently from one another, which is one of the reasons why community is so important. We cannot do everything on our own.
When we commit to becoming married, we have a responsibility to put our spouse and family first before our work and other people. When we raise Kingdom Focused families, we portray an image of God that we cannot see and find anywhere else. “Husbands, love your wives, just as Christ also loved the church and gave Himself up for her. or this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and shall be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh” (Eph. 5:25-31).
We must, through our work, our businesses, become Kingdom Focused so that the earth at large will fall in line with God’s design, purpose, and plan. When our businesses are in line with the word of God, our business should operate to the benefit of other people and the world at large. The business you pursue should line up with God’s will for you and take full advantage of the gifts, talents, and strengths that God has hardwired into each and everyone of us.
Putting God First in Your Life
What would your life look like when you follow God’s will for your life. When we dive deep into God’s will for our life, we discover the gifts, talents, and strengths that He has hard wired into our lives. When we dive deep into our relationship with God, we start discovering and developing the Fruits of the Spirit in our life. How much fuller and satisfying of a life we can live when we live life in accordance with and in line with God’s will for us?
Putting God First in Your Family
What will your family look like when you follow God’s will for your life. When we dive deep into God’s will for our family we discover the opportunities that He has set up and placed in front of us. When families dive deep into their relationship with God together, they start discovering and developing ministry opportunities that . How much fuller and satisfying of a life we can live when we live life in accordance with and in line with God’s will for us.
Putting God First in Your Community
What will your Community look like when you follow God’s will for your life. When we start bringing God into our community, He will use to to show others what it means to live for something beyond yourself. He will use us to show other what it means to respect and love our neighbor as ourself. God created us to be community focused, even Jesus Himself lived with the 12 Disciples and many followers for the majority of His three years in ministry.
Putting God First in Your Business
What will your Business look like when you follow God’s will for your life. When we start bringing God into our businesses, He will use us to show others what it means to truly work and strive for something beyond yourself. When we are God’s hands and feet in our businesses, we bring God into the world along with us. Just as in our family and our communities, there are those who we work alongside of who need to know God and experience His presence in their life.
Have you ever been truly challenged to change the way you live and the way you lead other people? Jesus, in the way in which He lead others challenged them to change the way they walk, talk, live, think, and more. One of the most important things that Jesus challenges us in is changing our persepctives in the way in which we see the world around us. Jesus teaches us that we should approach the world as Servant Leaders. Jesus Himself uttered the
following words, “Just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Matthew 20:28). This is our call to Servant Leadership.
How many of us can say that we actually live by the Servant Leadership concept of living?
How many of us can say that we are living according to Romans 12:1, as a Living Sacrifice to God?