Including practical theology of why living out of a place of authentic desire is central to living in the Kingdom of God, Rick McKinley will help y... Read More
Including practical theology of why living out of a place of authentic desire is central to living in the Kingdom of God, Rick McKinley will help you understand how your innermost desires shape your experience of following Jesus.
A Kingdom Called Desire will help you:
Uncover your core desires
Discover the freedom of living honestly before God
Allow God's desires to shape your life
See how your own unique personality, gifts, and experiences can be used by Jesus in his Kingdom
The results of McKinley's life-changing message can be seen in people from his own community at Imago Dei. While A Kingdom Called Desire will inspire you to see the practical display of Kingdom theology, it will also be deeply formational, allowing you to engage in your own personal journey and find healing and redemption in your unmet desires. A Kingdom Called Desire will unleash you from stale religious duty, as well as cynical social activism, bringing you into a dynamic love relationship with Jesus, motivated by the fulfillment of authentic desire.
About the Contributor(s)Rick McKinley is the author of Faith for this Moment: Navigating a polarized world as the people of God and...
Rick McKinley is the author of Faith for this Moment: Navigating a polarized world as the people of God and This Beautiful Mess. He is the founding pastor of Imago Dei Community in Portland, Oregon, a church creatively demonstrating the faithful presence and prophetic witness of Chris in their city. Rick and his wife, Jeanne, live with their four children in Portland.
Weight (lbs)0.4 lb
Case Weight (lbs)30.66 lb
Dimensions 8.0(h) x 5.56(w) x 0.5(d) inches
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