Upside Down Kingdom
Upside Down Kingdom
A series that joyfully proclaims Jesus and His Kingdom calling!
In this introductory message, Bret Martin lays a foundation for the Gospel of Matthew while showcasing God’s promises in Jesus and His Kingdom calling.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 1, Bret Martin communicates 4 benefits found in Jesus.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 2, Bret Martin considers the struggle between human nature and God’s Kingdom.
In this message from Matthew 3:1-12, Bret Martin showcases the role of John the Baptist and the importance of a repentant heart.
In this message from Matthew 4:1-11, Bret Martin discusses God’s provision to triumph over Satan’s schemes.
In this message from Matthew 4:12-25, Ian Davidson covers the beginning of Jesus’ ministry and the call to follow Jesus.
In the well-known passage of Matthew 5:1-12, Bret Martin shares 8 qualities of Jesus’ disciples.
In the familiar passage of Matthew 5:13-16, Ian Davidson shares the charge of God’s people to shine Jesus in the world.
In this message from Matthew 5:17-48, Bret Martin fixes on Jesus Christ as the source of righteousness and security of salvation.
In this message from Matthew 6:19-24, Bret Martin examines the values that drive your life on earth.
In this impactful and practical message from Matthew 6:25-34, Bret Martin addresses the pressure and provision of daily needs.
In this message from Matthew 7:1-6, Bret Martin underlines the importance of the gospel in relationships.
In this concluding message in the Sermon on the Mount, Bret Martin draws out Jesus’ call for a decisive response to His message.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 10, Bret Martin exposes the hostile opposition to gospel work as Jesus sends out his disciples to carry on his mission.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 11, Bret Martin walks through kingship issues and the difficulty of following Jesus.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 12, Bret Martin points to a proper response to Jesus’ identity and authority in light of the greatness and superiority of Jesus Christ.
In this message on the well-known parable of the sower from Matthew 13:1-23, Bret Martin identifies 3 obstacles to gospel growth and the conditions that allow the gospel to flourish.
In this message on the parable of the tares from Matthew 13, Bret Martin talks about opposition to God’s Kingdom and the purpose for God’s patience.
In this message from Matthew 13, Bret Martin surveys 5 of Jesus’ smaller parables to draw out 4 qualities of God’s Kingdom and their significance for life today.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 14, Ian Davidson discusses how the love and perspective of Jesus changes how we love and see others.
In this message from Matthew 15:1-20, Bret Martin points to Jesus and the significance of a heart surrendered to God.
In this message from Matthew 15:21-39, Bret Martin uncovers 3 aspects of Jesus’ identity and how they impact your life.
In this message from Matthew 16:13-20, Bret Martin suggests a solid foundation embedded in Jesus Christ as the platform for God’s activity.
In this message from Matthew 16:21-28, Bret Martin explores the currency of this life that transfers over into eternal life.
In this message from Matthew 18:1-14, Bret Martin walks through Jesus’ words on dynamics and interactions within God’s family.
In this message from Matthew 18:15-20, Bret Martin discusses God’s heart for His people and Jesus’ instructions to restore individuals within God’s family.
In this message from Matthew 18:21-35, Bret Martin explores God’s forgiveness and the effects it has on human forgiveness.
In this message from Matthew 19:1-12, Bret Martin exposes God’s intent and design for marriage and divorce.
In this message from Matthew 19:16-30, Bret Martin outlines 3 pitfalls that rob people of the life and peace God intends.
In this message from Matthew 20:20-34, Bret Martin points out the posture of following Jesus that pleases God.
In this message, Bret Martin walks through Matthew Ch. 21 to identify two very different responses to Jesus and His Kingship.
In this message from Matthew 22:37-40, Bret Martin takes a look at God's love and the key to a life of significance.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 23, Bret Martin identifies signs of a spiritually dead heart while pointing to the new life and new heart Jesus gives.
In this message from Matthew Ch. 24, Bret Martin gives insight for how to faithfully live while waiting for Jesus' Second Return.
In this message from Matthew 25:1-13, Ian Davidson draws attention to the need to be ready for Jesus' return.
In this message from Matthew 25:14-30, Bret Martin shows the importance of living to maximize Kingdom impact.
In this message from Matthew 25:31-46, Bret Martin teaches on the end of human history and the importance of a thriving life in Christ.
In a well-known interaction from Matthew 26:1-19, Bret Martin explains the gospel in terms of a heart captivated by Jesus over a heart taken by self.
In this Easter Sunday message, Bret Martin shows how Jesus brings new life and His resurrection gives purpose and power.
In this final message from the Gospel of Matthew, Bret Martin reveals how Jesus empowers ordinary people to carry out an extraordinary task.