United in Love

 In 1883 Antoni Gaudi began construction on the Sa-gra-da Familia, a church with ambitious architecture. Gaudi attempted things never done before in architecture. It was so complicated that no one really understood it. It wasn’t until the advent of computers and software used in aviation that anyone could duplicate his work. Upon Gaudi’s graduation his professor said of him, today we either stand in the presence of a genius or

The Problem of the Church 004

This week we bring in two guest pastors to continue our series on the church and talk about some of the common problems of the church – both local and global-and the hope for the future. Check out notes from this week’s episode on the Middle Kingdom website. Check out this episode!

The People of the Church 003

This week we discuss another a component of the church: its people. With a discussion ranging from church membership to women in leadership to the church, join us in this week’s conversation. For today’s verses and notes, visit themiddlekingdom.org. Check out this episode!

Spiritual Disciplines: The Disciplines of Engagement 006

Join the citizens of the Middle Kingdom as we explore what the Bible has to say about the disciplines of engagement.     Verses from today’s show:   Galatians 5:13   Colossians 3:23-24    Hebrews 6:10     1 Peter 4   Proverbs 3:27   Hebrews 10:24-25   Acts 2:42   1 Thessalonians 5:11   2 Chronicles 20:21   1 Corinthians 10:29   Proverbs 14:13     Links/Resources:   iherb –

Bonus: Unity in Diversity

Join the citizens of the Middle Kingdom for this special episode on unity in diversity. Verses from today’s show: Ephesians 4:1-7 John 17 Links/Resources: Beijing International Christian Fellowship (BICF) Martyn Lloyd-Jones The Basis of Christian Unity 

Proverbs: Community 013

Join the citizens of the Middle Kingdom as we explore what the book of Proverbs has to say about community. Verses from today’s show: Proverbs 15:22 Proverbs 18:24 Proverbs 27:17 Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 Hebrews 10:24-25 Links/Resources “Unity” Chris Brandstetter Andrei Rubev’s Trinity