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From the creators of When Helping Hurts

An online course to help you live out God’s Kingdom in your daily life.

Feel like something’s missing in your Christian walk?

You go to church and attend a small group. You read the Bible and pray. You try to help your neighbors and serve others. You’re living the good life—but it feels like something's not right.

Jesus invites us to something greater!

Jesus calls us to a life of greater meaning and purpose that looks radically different from the culture around us. In our everyday habits at home, work, and church, He invites us to embrace the principles of God’s economy instead of the economy of this world.

Start living like a citizen of God's Kingdom—here and now.

Through the Practicing the King’s Economy online course, you’ll discover new ways to live out the Kingdom in your daily life at home, work, and church.

Through this course, you’ll learn:

  • Why the economy of this world leaves us feeling anxious, depressed, and dissatisfied.
  • Six keys to Jesus’ economy—and practical, innovative ways you can live them out in your work, church, family, and home.
  • Principles and practices that will move your heart away from materialism—and toward a richer understanding of your place in God’s Kingdom.
  • Practical ideas for loving people in poverty as you cultivate new economic habits.
  • How to experience deeper meaning and purpose as you live out your faith in new ways.

How it works

Step 1

Join a Group

Start your own group with friends—or join our Online Community and learn with others.

Step 2

Explore 6 Keys

Discover six keys of economic discipleship and what they mean for our lives.

Step 3

Apply the Keys

Put the six keys into practice—and experience new ways to live out your faith!

What's in the course

The Practicing the King’s Economy online course is a 7-week small group study that includes videos, discussion, application, and prayer.

Session 1 Introduction

Discover God's Kingdom—and what it means for your life.

Session 2 The Worship Key

Consider how your spending and giving habits both reflect and shape your worship.

Session 3 The Community Key

Explore what it means to truly share community with others.

Session 4 The Work Key

Discover the true purpose of work—and how opportunities for meaningful work can transform lives and communities.

Session 5 The Equity Key

Understand how sin affects our economic lives—and how the church can bring restoration.

Session 6 The Creation Care Key

Learn why stewarding God's creation is an important part of living as citizens of His Kingdom.

Session 7 The Rest Key

Rediscover God's commands to rest—and how to faithfully obey them in a culture of busyness.

Meet your instructors

Michael Rhodes

Michael Rhodes

Michael Rhodes is the director of community development and an instructor at the Memphis Center for Urban Theological Studies, where he heads up efforts to equip urban pastors and community development practitioners with theologically informed tools for community transformation.

Robby Holt

Robby Holt

Robby Holt is the senior pastor at North Shore Fellowship in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and teacher and theological dean for the Chattanooga Institute for Faith and Work. He teaches theology of work and New Testament courses for the Chattanooga Fellows Initiative.

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Pricing

Start Your Own Group

$149
  • Start a group with friends from your church, workplace, or community

Join the Online Community

$49
  • Take the course with others in the Practicing the King's Economy Online Community

Our Guarantee

If you’re not completely satisfied with this online course, you can return it for a full refund within 30 days of your purchase.

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Frequently asked questions

Start living like a citizen of God's Kingdom—here and now.

Through the Practicing the King’s Economy online course, you’ll discover new ways to live out the Kingdom in your daily life at home, work, and church.

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