Upside Down Kingdom
When you stand for the values of God's Kingdom in opposition of the world's upside down kingdom there will be a number of consequences. We find this when we look at the example of Paul in Acts 17. Pastor Jeff offers us some "warning labels" for us to consider as we continue to represent Christ's kingdom in the world we live in.
This is our third and final sermon in our sermon series, "Upside Down Kingdom." This week we are talking about God’s view on sex. The message of our world is that sex is for “me.” In Hebrews 13 we find that God’s message is that sex is for marriage. We look to God’s Word for instruction and help on how to live according to God’s plan for sex and also for forgiveness when we fall short.
The topic of money is always a touchy subject in church. But, God’s Word has a lot to say about our finances. In a culture that loves money we want to honor God with ours.
The values of the world are upside down when compared to those of Christ’s Kingdom. However, since we are living in the world as we seek to follow Christ we are seen as upside down. Our sermon series, Upside Down Kingdom, challenges us to be watchful of the worldy views that can easily sneak their way into our everyday way of life.