|The people are starting to catch on. There's this guy who has spent his life working in his dad's wood shop, making beds, stools, and some real nice end tables. But, around the age of thirty he gets to thinking a career change is necessary. Only problem is he wants a position that is seemingly already filled, the job of priest. Doesn't stop him. Call him an entrepreneur of sorts, cause he begins preaching and healing in ways no one has ever seenwithout the employment of the temple. And to top it all off, he starts collecting a good fan baselots of people begin showing up to all his public appearances.|
One day, he climbs up on a mountain and says there is a new kingdom at hand, and that this kingdom will be contradictory to everything they have known before.
And the people get the feeling this is only the beginning. You see, they were expecting a king arriving in grand fashion, but instead they got a carpenter, turned speaker and healer, who was about to shake things up a bit.
The Kingdom Experiment is a challenge to live this kingdom intentionally. It won't be easy. And it may get uncomfortable. But if you commit to live what a carpenter started 2000 years ago, you too will experience the kingdom He spoke of.
How it works:
- Read and discuss each chapter with your group
- Pick one of eight experiments (challenges to live intentionally) to do throughout the week.
- Journal your thoughts and experiences
- Share your experiences as a group the following week
The point of The Kingdom Experiment is community. And to share stories while we're at it. To grapple with what "good news" means in the context of this specific time and place. The Kingdom Experiment is an 8-week challenge, but who says it has to end there.