We believe investing in the generations around us will awaken them to their identity in Christ as sons and daughters.


We believe in promoting Kindom-centered communities in the the United States and around the world.


We believe that we are God’s Plan A, commissioned to make the Earth look just like Heaven.

A Word From Our Founder

Michael HindesKingdom Living is simply living the God-designed life that was intended all along – a life marked by fulfillment, peace, service, and love.

Jesus says, “the Kingdom does not come about by our careful observations, but the Kingdom is within us”. It’s never been about political agendas and prescribed religious exercises. It’s always been about, “bringing the fruitfulness of the garden to the barrenness of the earth,” (Anthony Chapman).

The Father, being saturated with pure love, invested His essence in us. Thus empowering us to be Him by offering dignity in the midst of suffering, comfort in the midst of pain, and acceptance in the midst of rejection.

Desiring to live as Christ, Kingdom Inc. provides care to the orphaned, alleviation of suffering to the poor, empathy and healing to the sick, and hope to the hurt and abused.

“I dare you to join us in our mission. No really, I dare you…”

– Michael Hindes

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