Love restores a standard, and re-writes your history.
Kris shares with school of ministry students the importance of giving, and how it opens the door to revelation and revival.
Faith sees; hope feels; and love never fails. There is actually no such thing as blind faith, because faith sees what is not yet visible, hopes for what is not yet viable, and trusts long before someone is reliable.
We were created to worship. Worship isn't something you do; it is something you are. The Father isn't looking for worship; He is looking for worshippers.
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.
Kris shares about inviting heaven into your business, and how to use your spiritual gifts in a business environment.
How do we see the walls of our lives being restored? Often times when we are in the midst of restoration, we will encounter troubles and trials. During those trials, we must remember that God is with us and He has already given us the victory. It is only when we win our personal victories that we will receive our corporate anointing.
Jesus was the first person to ever liberate women. Part of the good news of the gospel is that women are powerful, valued, and embraced by God.
Religion starts wars, but the kingdom stops them. Wherever the kingdom is present, there is peace because the leader of the Kingdom is the Prince of Peace. It's the kindness of God that leads to revival, and it's the tranquil life that actually allows people to see the goodness of God.
Kris and Kathy discuss with school of ministry students the importance of managing your soul, and learning how to get your needs met.
He who gives the most hope has the greatest influence! Our hope is rooted in Jesus who can do anything, and who has given us power, authority and dominion. God has called us to mold culture and create supernatural eco-systems.
We used to be paupers but now we have become kings. God created us to rule and reign with Christ, in the here and now.
We must learn how to manage our strengths and steward the favor in our lives. Sometimes when we live in a season of prosperity, we get complacent and stop sowing into the next season. We must remember how we got here and why we are here so that we can continue experiencing greater measures of abundance.
Thankfulness is of utmost importance. By maintaining our eyes on what we've been given, we can continually enjoy gratitude that keeps us humble and reminds us of where we came from.
The level to which you love yourself is the level at which you will love others.
Revelation is God's intellectual property. Progressive revelation means you honor the past, live in the present, and look to the future.
Learning to control your thoughts is the single greatest secret to successful living. We can learn how to manage the kingdom that's within us.
It is time for us to dream again. When we have vision, it gives purpose to our sacrifice.
We were created to live tridimensionally. God has given us the mind of Christ, and he wants to communicate with us beyond the ways that our 5 senses understand.
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.
A false prophet is someone who has a bad heart, not bad doctrine or a bad word.
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.