KING me: God’s Kingdom is not a static institution. It is active, present, and yet arriving. It is a noun with verb-like movement and inertia. It comes to us, through us, and one day will return for us.

We say KING me not in self-promoting glory, but as believers whose lives have been transformed by the invading reign of Jesus Christ. Alone we are vastly limited, random, and weak pawns, but in Christ Jesus we simply profoundly are HIS—His children, joined to His mission, indwelled by His Spirit—advancing His kingdom to create disciples for the glory of God.

Join us June 9-12 for the 2018 Biennial Convention of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren, as we explore the Kingdom parables found in Matthew 13 and Christ’s charge to the Church to be a sign, instrument, and foretaste of God’s Kingdom here on earth.