Success is a Team Sport

Kris talks about walking with the wise. When we walk with the wise, we become like them. We must find a counsel of leaders who will lovingly speak into our lives - people who love us too much to leave us the same!

Cultures That Cultivate World Changers - Part 3

Ultimately, people need love. In the last message of his series "Cultures that Cultivate World Changers," Kris shares how we must create a culture where people are loved even if they make mistakes. Let's love people into their destiny!

How To Mentor

Kris teaches us that in order for us to find our destiny, we have to find our people. We're not supposed to be with everyone, but we're supposed to be with someone. We aren't supposed to be everywhere, but we're supposed to be somewhere. Kris tells us how to discover, develop and deploy others.

Dealing with Dark Seasons

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.

Prophecy & Prophets: Part 5

Kris continues his series on prophets by explaining how they comfort and protect nations. Some of the core fruits of prophecy are that people would be edified, exhorted and consoled. In difficult seasons of life it is important to remember the prophetic words of comfort and encouragement that have been spoken over us as we fight for victory.

Living a Prophetic Lifestyle

A relationship with God is essential to living a prophetic lifestyle. We must always be looking to God to see what He is saying about our circumstances. Instead of complaining about our circumstances, we should be prophesying into them.

All the King's Men: Part 1

This is part 1 of a series about King David, and what we can learn from his life and the lives of his men. In this part, Kris shares about covenant. Jonathan and David are a healthy example of a covenant relationship.

God Told Me

Kris explains why using the phrase "God told me" can be problematic, especially when asking for input.

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