A different way of thinking. A surprising turn in an ordinary day. Do you see it? Do you hear it? Do you feel it? It’s within you – let’s see….
The Kingdom is like a turkey dinner delivered to your door with love and prayer. Yes! The Kingdom is a city turned upside down with love this Saturday morning at 9:30am at the Parish Center. Come and see. Go and pray. Contact Paul Rasmussen at email@example.com to join in bringing His Kingdom to our neighbors.
The Kingdom is like a simple meal (think Kroger rotisserie chicken, sides and a smile) – delivered with love to someone with a new baby, someone recouping after a hospital stay, or someone grieving the loss of a loved one. Contact Terry at firstname.lastname@example.org to help with our meal ministry. We have many new babies, so this one is a HOT opportunity. (yes, fawning over the babies is allowed!)
The Kingdom is like praying for a co-worker or neighbor and inviting them to the Gladstone Community Christmas Party December 15th. You can step up to serve, even if you are introverted – to fill one of 24 ushering slots open! Contact Joe Carella at email@example.com.
The Kingdom is like taking ownership to welcome any visitor on Sunday as if they were coming to our home. (There are great stories about that, you will hear one Sunday).
The Kingdom is like stopping someone on the street to let them know that God knows every hair on their head and every burden they carry. That they are made in his image, no mistakes. Spiritual, intriguing and positive statements change things.
The Kingdom is like a crazy family reunion in Ecuador. (Volcano at no extra cost.)
The Kingdom is like being in tears and hurting, but deciding to forgive someone again for the hundredth time they have hurt you, knowing full well that they did not know what they were doing – and asking for God to show them mercy.
The Kingdom is praying for a little girl to be set free from a life with an unfit parent. The Kingdom is like a business run for the goal of setting sex slaves free.
The Kingdom is erupting, and those who see it, feel it and hear it are laying hold of it. Let’s not miss out on the fun and adventure — OK?
See you Sunday – and bring your Kingdom stories!