We build the Kingdom of God by following key principles in our homes, personal life, workplace, community, and church.
“And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is good and acceptable and the perfect will of God” Romans 12:2
• We believe our Christian faith centers on the one and only living God.
• God is revealed in Jesus Christ and moves through all creation as the Holy Spirit.
• All things were created by God.
• God alone is worthy of our worship, not man!
• Our church confesses God’s existence and nature as written in the Old and New Testament.
Practice what you preach at home.
a) You must be a Kingdom-Minded example in your home.
b) Your actions at home will encourage your family to follow you to church.
This will not be easy. You will need to remove some people from your life.
“Some people are only in your life for a season.”
*Remember, if you have a fruit basket filled with apples, the rotten apples make the good ones go bad.
• You are a light for Christ at work and your actions need to reflect that.
• That doesn’t mean that you need to nag others about Christ at work in your life. Never force the Bible on people.
• Your co-workers and supervisors should be able to see Christ in you!
• You should be a shining example of Christ at work in your life.
• It’s not what you say, it’s what you do. It’s not who you are, it’s Christ within you.
• You can do so by meeting the needs in your community either directly or indirectly.
• Do not be afraid to say, “Good morning!” It’s ok to ask, “How are you today?”
• Our deeds should reflect Christ in our actions. (Offer prayer, a ride, shovel their sidewalk, invite them to worship with you, etc.)
• Be in constant prayer for your Community, (Pray for victims of crime, the police department, the fire department, your local government, etc.)
• We all must do our part in building God’s Kingdom.
• You can make a difference in someone’s life.
• We are called to be disciples of Christ by telling others about Him.
“When you get to heaven,
who can you say you helped get there?”