Kingdom Walk – Psalm 23

Even among most folks who are not overly familiar with the bible, the first line of the 23rd Psalm generally rolls off the tongue pretty easily: “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want…” The language of Psalm 23, especially it’s line about walking through “the valley of the shadow of death,” is common knowledge in our culture thanks in large part to the Psalm’s regular (almost exclusive!) use at funerals as an instrument of comfort and peace. Unfortunately, sometimes we¬†only direct our attention to Psalm 23 at funerals, when the reality is that it’s message and comfort is as fitting for all sorts of other occasions within life as it is for the occasion of facing death. Join us as we explore the vast wealth of this classic Psalm during the month of May for a series we’re calling Kingdom Walk, where we’ll seek not just deeper insights about what it means when we say “The Lord is my Shepherd,” but a deeper experience of it in our lives.