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Kingdom is made up of Jordan Abina (Vox/Elec), Veronica Allen (Vox), Sean Aspenlind (Elec), Nathan Parrish (Bass), Steven Cummings (Drums), and Justin Achanzar (Keys). The band calls Rocklin, CA their home and all currently work an serve at Destiny Christian Church. Kingdom is involved in full-time ministry and all feel a call to full-time ministry with their lives. It is our desire to see people come to know Jesus as their Lord and savior, we are privileged to be able to spread the gospel through music and further the Kingdom of Heaven.

Kingdom got their start serving in different areas of ministry before actually getting together and making a team. Jordan was serving as a guest worship leader for Nancy Alcorn’s Mercy Ministries, and the stories of those broken women being transformed by Christ moved him to write Flood Song as a gift for the girls at the home. After recording Flood Song, Jordan and Sean gave it to all of the girls involved with Mercy Ministries as a Christmas gift that year.

A short time later Sean’s mom heard about a contest that the Rock N Worship Roadshow was putting on, she entered our song, and it won. Thus the forming of Kingdom had begun. Steven, Sean, Jordan had been playing together for a while via worship teams and youth ministry. Veronica and Justin were serving as interns at our church and Nathan had just moved here after leaving his previous band Worth Dying For.

It’s been an amazing journey that God has allowed to happen. We’ve played for thousands of people in filled arenas just because we decided to give a gift. We made Kingdom official and starting writing music.

After releasing their debut on DREAM Records, the group is ready to follow that up with “Redeemer”, the group’s second album. ¬†We really believe that God is moving and pulling His people close to Him. Our goal is to write songs about and for Jesus, we worship Him, come what may we know our missions is to write real songs of worship and declare who the savior is.

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