Kris speaks on a culture of encouragement. In the New Testament we see Barnabas encouraging Paul who in turn encourages Timothy. It's vital to surround ourselves with people who believe in us.
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Discover the principles of living powerfully and practically in the present while possessing a prophetic vision of a more desirable future.
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We respond to our environment according to the way we see ourselves. Words spoken to us become names that we carry in our hearts. It is so important that we live by our God-given names and not by names that tie us to bondage. We must break free of all aliases that we have been given by the world.
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We've been called to be fathers and mothers of nations! We all carry a supernatural hope, which empowers us to bring Kingdom influence to our cities and nations. (This message is from the Kingdom Culture Conference in June 2015.)
Kris sheds light on how believers are to relate to the Word of God. It's important that we hold each truth in tension, live on the proceeding word of God, and build precept upon precept. The point of reading the Bible is to come into a relationship with the Author and join His ministry of redemption and reconciliation!
In this message, Kris outlines the attributes of humble people and uses biblical examples to illustrate the necessity of embracing God's process and timing.
Kris preaches on the gospel of power. In the book of Acts, we see that the early church needed the baptism of the Holy Spirit in order to be witnesses of Jesus throughout the world. Jesus always intended for us to do greater works than Him! In order to do that, let's believe and step out in faith.
Kris shares an exhortation to put on our armor and do what God has called us to do. We each have a unique assignment on our lives from the Lord, so it's important that we come into alignment with that purpose. Find wise people to agree with God's plan over your life, ask Him for wisdom, and have faith to change the world!
The Bible warns us that in the last days there will be false prophets, and in this teaching, Kris equips us to recognize the difference between a bad prophet and a false prophet. He also clarifies the purpose of prophecy in the New Testament as the ministry of reconciliation, a glorious ministry to which we are all called.
When the disciples called on Jesus to calm the storm, He rebuked them for their lack of faith. It wasn't the size of their faith, but rather the brevity their faith they were rebuked for. By faith we have everything we need to resist temptation, walk in our destinies, and stand in the presence of God. Carry your faith with you always!
Many times in life when storms come, our faith is challenged. Its important in those times to believe in God, and in the work He has done in you. God gives you faith to get through to the other side of the storm, so remember who you are in Him, and who He is in you.
Kris expands on his prophetic word for 2015. The first half of this year will be a time of detox for the body of Christ where we come into greater forgiveness, freedom and healing. The second half of the year will be a time of beautification as God releases creativity, ideas and wisdom of another age.
Kris was a guest on The Inside View radio show, hosted by Salvador SeBasco. In this interview, Kris & Salvador discuss Kris' new book, School of the Prophets.
Kris shares a prophetic word for 2015. This is the year of the book of Esther, where we will be in a season of preparation as God heals us and makes us whole. We will learn how to walk as royalty so that we may influence the influential.
Kris teaches on how to encourage the people around us who are walking through dark times. Sometimes we have to go into warfare with others in order to build them up. We are in a season of encouraging the weak and exhausted, and strengthening the feeble.
Kris shares several keys to having peace in your life, overcoming discouragement, and not letting fear tell you what to do.
Kris shares 4 foundational core values to building a healthy family.
Kris teaches on attributes of courage. We are called to be courageous, and it takes courage to follow Jesus. Beyond that, it takes courage to be in covenant with others and stand together in difficult seasons. God is calling us to be people of covenant who refuse to give up!
Kris shares wisdom on managing your soul. Throughout the Bible, God tells us that our souls long for Him. Therefore we must learn to take good care of our souls, living from a place of pleasing God instead of pleasing people. You will experience freedom as you live from God's expectations of you, and strengthen your soul in Him.
Kris challenges us to open up to God and let Him speak into our hearts. It’s important to know God, but does God know you? The Lord wants to know where your heart is, and He needs you to give Him access and invite Him in. God wants to know us intimately so be encouraged to be real and live authentically before Him, with nothing hidden.
Kris continues teaching on keys to successful living in the Kingdom by highlighting the importance of being thankful. Thankfulness is the door to happiness and the gate to Heaven. It is like a field that must be cultivated, weeded and seeded, and humility is like the soil that cultivates a thankful heart.
Kris shares steps to successful living in the Kingdom. Be present and live in the “now,” so that you can receive the fullness of what God has planned for you in each moment. Keep thankfulness in the forefront of your mind, remembering that it was by grace, while we were yet sinners, that God chose us. Focus on your vision for your life, because this will give your process and pain a purpose.
Kris continues his series on giving authority to women in and out of the church. Kris sheds light and brings understanding to Paul’s verses in 1 Corinthians regarding women. If you look at the Bible as a whole, women are empowered throughout. Jesus doesn’t just love women, He empowers them, and it’s time that we do the same!