Kingdom Conversations is an organization started by Danny Kam—a student at Azusa Pacific University—for people who want to begin a conversation about Jesus Christ and how his kingdom should permeate the United States of America. We are dedicated to the Triune God who has created us to be in powerful communion with him—feasting on his body and blood each day through the Eucharist. We are not officially affiliated with any church, but we are sympathetic to all views of historic Christianity—Catholic, Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, and charismatic traditions.

Rather than being a singular blog, we look here for our readers to also be the primary contributors. Thus we are embarking on a new place in the blogosphere where ordinary people all across the United States, from all walks of life, would be able to come together and talk about Christianity. We hope that this will be place of hope, a place of love, and a place of growth for the average Christian in their daily walk with Christ. If you are interested in producing a piece for us, please contact us at dkam136@gmail.com.

We are looking primarily for content in the following areas:

  • Culture: How should Christ effect our outlook on culture?
  • Poverty: Can poverty be a Christian issue? If so, how?
  • Jesus: How should Christology play into our everyday lives? What does Jesus mean for us today?
  • Music: Is Christian music too narrowly defined? How can we create a “grander” picture of the kingdom through music?

There will be more categories in the future, and we will be sure to let you know as we add them.

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