Kris continues his series on prophets by concluding his message about false prophets.
Kris Vallotton continues his series on prophets by defining what a false prophet is. He explains how people can become false prophets, and outlines the signs that could indicate that someone is a false prophet. Kris also encourages us to follow Holy Spirits leading on this topic, because He guides us into all truth.
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.
Kris teaches on the days of Daniel, as he continues his series on Prophecy & Prophets.
Kris casts vision for living by the spirit and being compelled by love. It is important to be lead by the spirit, just as Jesus was. Ultimately our goal in releasing the Kingdom should simply be to love people, as we trust that our heavenly Father will bring them to the place he wants them in.
Kris explains how the new covenant transforms the office of a prophet and the gift of prophecy.
This is Part 2 of a series about prophetic ministry and prophets. In this message, Kris shares how to know you are a prophet.
Kris shares the difference between the gift of prophecy and the office of the prophet. This message also includes a tribute to Bob Jones.
Kris & Kathy discuss covenant relationships, with BSSM students. It is only covenantal love that will sustain you through hard times.
Anointing comes from experience not articulation. Articulation without impartation results in people knowing but not being. You must be first and do second!
We were made to live as a whole person in spirit, soul, and body. When Jesus healed people, He healed in a way so that the person would become a whole person. In this message, Kris shares how to live a lifestyle of wholeness.
Kris shares insights through this webinar on Prophetic Preaching. The webinar was between Kris and Mark Labberton, President of Fuller Theological Seminary, and hosted by Tim Dearborn, Director of the Ogilvie Institute of Preaching.
Kris shares how to protect revival by having healthy relationships and guarding our hearts against offense.
We are called to be carriers of light. We have the privilege of telling the world what Jesus thinks. We are revelation and preservation to the world.
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.
While mourning is a necessary process that we need to go through in times of loss, we do not want to stay indefinitely in that place of sadness. Often our emotional pain is a sign of something deeper that we need to deal with.
Kris inspires us to not be afraid of pain. Pain has a purpose, so it is important to go through it, and not around it.
The world perverts sex but the kingdom celebrates it! Is it possible that there is so much sexual perversion in the world because the church has largely kept silent about what God thinks about it? The truth is that we have something positive to say about sex and the world is desperate to hear it!
Kris shares what it means to truly be followers of Jesus. Instead of just winning converts to Christianity, we need to foster followers of Jesus.
Kris discusses sexual purity with School of Worship students. The value of your virginity is in the blood, sweat, and tears that it takes to get from the battlefield to the bedroom.
We are called to transform cities and nations. The Lord wants us to not only restore cities but give cities identities. Some cities are just one encounter away from an identity change.
Kris shares the power of writing. When we write down the things that God reveals to us, those revelations can be passed from generation to generation.
Kris shares a prophetic teaching about understanding the season we are in, and having hope to believe what God has promised.
Once you have forgiven someone, you cannot bring up a past situation to justify a present offense. Forgiveness restores the standard.
The goal of the Bible is not to know the Bible - the goal is to know the author. The Bible is written in such a way that you need the Spirit of God to know how to apply the Word of God.