God made us as triune beings. He loves your whole self, and he isn’t trying to divide your soul from your spirit. Wholeness involves passion and affection. Culture without affection is a culture that leads people to look for it in unhealthy places.
The church was born in a covenant, not a convention. People are meant to be "born again" into a family. The goal isn't just to get a lot of people to "make a decision," but to have a covenant community. Weddings are wonderful, but the goal is to have a great marriage.
Kris reviews some elementary principles of the Kingdom and focuses on the foundation of honor, supporting leaders, knowing your identity as a son/daughter of the King and remaining humble before the Lord. Jesus never said "Go out and make Christians" He said "Go out and make disciples". There is an element of discipline that comes from the honor of serving the Lord.
Apostles are fathers and they are like master builders who receive a mission (blueprint) from heaven. When we are in submission to the mission, we get authority through being commissioned.
Kris discusses how grace is transferred within the kingdom, bringing understanding of mantles, missions, and anointings, as well as discussing the importance of covenant within the church family.
The world is on the verse of massive change, and even though it looks very dark in some ways, God has a plan! We are in the birth pangs of a new world. 2012 is the year of shifting governments, as the church rises to take her place on the world stage, bringing the kingdom of heaven to earth.
It is an insult to the cross to live in an Old Testament mindset. Jesus died so He could seat us in heavenly places with Him. The New Testament covenant is full of grace, love, and forgiveness. We were born for heaven, created for glory, it was never God's choice to create hell. The goal of the Last Days is to give grace to people who don't deserve it.