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Kris Vallotton's Podcast

Kris Vallotton

Religion & Spirituality, Christianity

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Kris is the senior associate leader of Bethel Church in Redding California and has served on Bill Johnson’s apostolic team for more than thirty-three years. He has written seven books including the best selling, Supernatural Ways of Royalty. Kris Vallotton’s revelatory insight and humorous delivery make him a much sought after international conference speaker. Kris is the co-founder and senior overseer of the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, which has grown to more than thirteen hundred full time students in thirteen years. He is also the founder and president of Moral Revolution, an organization dedicated to cultural transformation. This podcast is a collection of his sermons that he's made available to the public

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Kingdom Culture 2017

July 18th, 2017

We are passionate about encountering God and seeing people equipped and transformed to carry the mandate of the Kingdom of Heaven on the earth. For Kingdom Culture, we purposefully keep it focused on our Bethel teams to show how we create culture, see the world and how we see the Kingdom manifest on the earth. Kris shares his heart and helps...

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How do we transform our world? Kris defines and details four attributes of apostolic people to empower us to transform our cities, nations and world. This message calls us to change your world by being an apostolic people who bring the goodness of God into every situation.

How do we practically create wealth in our lives? Kris shares practical lifestyle keys like tithing, investments, the power to make wealth, and biblical stewardship to equip you for a life of abundance. The Lord will help you break the power of poverty and step into biblical prosperity

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What Is An Apostle?

May 19th, 2017

Kris defines what it means to be an apostle, and shares foundational truths on what it looks to move from denominationalism to apostleships.