The Time-Complicated Kingdom

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December 14, 2022
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This teaching was my second session in Vineyard Northwest's annual conference, Kingdom Pursuit (my first being Doing Together with God). Thanks again Vineyard Northwest for your permission to release this video here!

In this session I talked about the paradoxical relationship God has with time and how that results in us experiencing the Kingdom of God in a time-complicated way. This is kind of a mind-bending teaching, but in my opinion a really important one!

Putty Putman's Spirit-inspired innovative insights come from his wild journey with Jesus from physicist to pastor to entrepreneur to author and speaker. His three main passions are the Holy Spirit, effective communication, and journeying towards the future God has for the church and the world.

Putty founded the School of Kingdom Ministry and spent eleven years as a pastor on the staff team of The Vineyard Church of Central Illinois. He is now serving as a pastor at The Chapel and preparing to church pioneer in Phoenix, Arizona. He is the author of two books, and lives with his wife and three children in Mundelein, IL.

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