You might want to make kingdom culture a commonly understood and repeated term in your church, on your team, or throughout your Christian community!
Terminology is vital. Accurate terminology.
Terminology gives birth to concepts.
At the church where I am a leader, and where I was the pastor for several years, I established terminology for vital concepts that I wanted to be essential values of our church culture. Terms like calling to life, God-mirror, …but God, and many more, help form the expectation of the atmosphere we want to shine.
Kingdom Culture is a term that defines a relational culture operating under the principles and values that God ordained for His people—in business, in ministry, in marriage. At a leadership meeting, when a crisis arises, one can be heard to ask, How should we deal with this situation in accordance with a kingdom culture? When birthing a new initiative or project we ask how it is to be crafted according to a kingdom culture.
Honestly, every Christian-based organization needs to know the basic principles of how a kingdom culture works. I didn’t come up with the term, but I wrote the book to help others thrive in their organizational management, and in their relational dynamics
Establishing a commonly used concept will reinforce that you and yours will adhere to the blessings of a kingdom culture.
I encourage you to start a study group with your team or leaders by reading and discussing together the concepts found in “Kingdom Culture.” To order your copy today, click here.