Get “Glocal” — Both Global and Local (Live Podcast Recording)

Here’s something to reflect on … would Jesus have us be Provincial or Kingdom Cosmopolitan?

(Image above of the Kurds voting for independence in northern Iraq in 2017.)

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I’m using provincial in the sense of being narrow, small-minded, uninformed, insular, and inward-looking.

To me, Kingdom Cosmopolitan is being free from local, provincial, or national ideas, prejudices, or attachments — being at home all over the world.

Joshua Faltot and I dialogued around some of these ideas on a live podcast episode. Take a listen …

Recording of live podcast episode — Get Glocal! Our Influence In the Nations

It may have been Leonard Sweet who coined the term Glocal — a blend of global and local. We have a stewardship for what’s local to us. But our responsibility extends to the international domain too.

Ask of Me, and I will give You the nations for Your inheritance, and the ends of the earth for Your possession.

Psalm 2:8 NASB

We’ve been given the name of Jesus. We are joint-heirs with Christ.

Related: Operation World: The Definitive Prayer Guide to Every Nation

What’s your perspective? I’m interested in your thoughts. Reply below.

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