The Upside Down Kingdom

From Undergraduate Chapel: Fall 2009

Dr. Jon Wallace, President of Azusa Pacific University, addresses the Biola community after an introduction from Biola President, Dr. Barry H. Corey. Dr. Wallace speaks on Matthew 5:1-16 as applied to young Christian adults and about his passion of what God is doing in their life and in this world through them. He explains that Jesus came to this world to establish a Kingdom, one that is different and one in which Christians are called to be salt and light by testifying of the love, grace, forgiveness, truth and redemption of Jesus Christ. Dr. Wallace explains the difference between "first mile Christians" and "second mile Christians" in terms of normal vs. extraordinary, legal and compulsory vs. freedom and voluntary, easy vs. difficult, law vs. grace. Dr. Wallace ends by challenging Biolans to be "second mile Christians" and to live in light of His Kingdom.

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