The Everyday Kingdom

 We Declare What We Have Seen And Heard
That You Also May Have Fellowship With Jesus Christ

1  John 1:1-3


In The Everyday Kingdom you can find and experience the peace, purpose, and joy available from living every day in Christ’s Kingdom. Here you will have the opportunity to find Jesus, or develop a closer relationship with him if you have found him, as you read stories, ask questions, and share experiences of living in Christ. We are a community of real people, who believe, doubt, fail, and sin, and who experience the real Jesus through it all, or who want to know more about Jesus and his Kingdom. We pray you will join us on this journey. Watch the adjacent video for an introduction to The Everyday Kingdom and click the button below to learn more about us.

Real People. Real Issues. 
Real Jesus. Real Kingdom.

The Everyday Kingdom Impact

"Once I began reading the Bible with the Kingdom “filter”,
I have been more at peace with many things that have been troubling
my heart and soul."  
Michael, Louisville, Kentucky 

Former Things Forgotten Begins Strong

Former Things Forgotten, a novel by our Executive Director, Tom Trezise, has started with a strong release on Amazon. Former Things Forgotten tells the story of a coal miner’s daughter who rebels against her judgmental father and his God. The Appalachian mountains are woven deep into her soul, but she leaves them to prove she needs neither her father nor God. But in rebellion will she also leave her soul behind? After its first day on Amazon it was rated #1 New Release in Contemporary Literature & Fiction, #1 in Men's Inspirational Spirituality, #1 in Inspirational Spiritual Fiction, and #9 in Contemporary Religious Fiction. We hope you will read it and be inspired by it.

What's New

  • This week's Kingdom Story comes courtesy of Dr. Paul Tripp. You may find it HERE. Tripp has a deep and extensive ministry and an exquisite understanding of Christ's Kingdom. This content was originally posted by Paul Tripp on , where you can learn more about him and his ministry. This specific item may be found at . We offer it as a great discussion of how people live in the Kingdom.
  • App Users! We have added much more content with free premium videos that include The Chosen, Wild at Heart, and many more. If you don't have the apps they are available through Google Play and the Apple Store at the links below.
  • Thanks to our new contributor, Yana, who already is well on her way to earning the title of The Everyday Kingdom DJ, we have six new songs on our playlist. We also have a seventh suggestion from a follower, Jane. Check out our Jukebox Playlist HERE.  Be sure to scan our full Record Collection to see the entire list of music videos we recommend. The Kingdom Record Collection


We need volunteers. The Volunteers page outlines all of the possibilities. Our most important need at the moment is for volunteers to help manage our social media. If you only have an hour to give, we can use it. Please sign up HERE.

Kingdom or Chaos Available Now!

The must see seminar delivered by Don Stephens is now available for viewing. Don has delivered this seminar in many countries around the world and has opened countless hearts and minds to a vision of the Kingdom of God that will change how you see the Kingdom and live in it every moment of your day. Find Parts I and II HERE.
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Featured Kingdom Story


One of the church’s most deadly distractions from the Kingdom is our silly “upstairs / downstairs” idea. From the early centuries of the church, Gnosticism and Greek philosophies began to seep into our thinking which separated God’s world into two levels of reality: the upstairs “spiritual” level, where God lives, and the downstairs “natural” level, where mortals live, work, and watch America’s Got Talent in the evening.  Read more

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