Kingdom Carriers in EveryDay Life

Kingdom Carriers in EveryDay Life


Matthew 28:16-18 (NIV)

Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go. When they saw Him, they worshiped Him; but some doubted. Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me.”

Everyday, as we move through the tapestry of our lives, we may not fully realize that every ordinary aspect holds the potential for something extraordinary. This realization occurred when exploring the definition of “significance,” revealing that significance is often linked to our connections with others, being seen, valued, and making a difference in the world.

Matthew 28 underscores the truth that we are all kingdom carriers, entrusted with the privilege of doing God’s work in the world. However, our understanding of “kingdom work”┬ácan often be too narrow, limited to specific activities.

In truth, kingdom work extends beyond the boundaries of professions or specific roles. Kingdom carriers can be found in various occupations and walks of life. Our mission field reaches beyond church walls and missions to encompass the entire world.

The heart of kingdom work lies not in our professions but in our interactions with others. It’s about being salt and light in the world, bringing the hope and love of Jesus Christ into every situation.

To fulfill our purpose, we must remember that we are part of the larger body of Christ, interconnected with one another. Our actions, words, and attitudes play a vital role in expanding God’s kingdom.

Our significance doesn’t solely arise from our professions but from our interactions, connections, and impact on others. As we step into each day, may we embrace the vast potential of our everyday lives and remember that God’s presence empowers us to bring His extraordinary love into the ordinary moments of life.


How can you expand your understanding of “kingdom work” in your everyday life?

In what ways can you be a kingdom carrier, bringing the hope and love of Jesus Christ into your interactions with others, regardless of your profession or role?