Kris Vallotton is the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California and co-founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (BSSM). Kris travels internationally training and equipping people to successfully fulfill their divine purpose. He’s a bestselling author, having written more than a dozen books and training manuals to help prepare believers for life in the kingdom. He has a diverse background in business, counseling, consulting, pastoring and teaching, which gives him unique leadership insights and perspectives. Kris has a passion to use his experience and his prophetic gift to assist world leaders in achieving their goals and accomplishing their mission.
Sermon - The Unique Gift Of The Holy Spirit | Kris Vallotton
In this week’s podcast, I share about the gift of the Holy Spirit that was given to us. The Cross was the first time that we received the power not just to be forgiven but to be transformed by the Spirit of God living in us. The Holy Spirit lives in you as a Believer. But I want to challenge you to ask yourself if your life represents the power of the Holy Spirit working in you? God has given us the power through the Holy Spirit not just for our sake but so that we can take care of the Church until we all build each other up in love. Each one of us has been given a unique gift that will not look like the gifting of our neighbor, but it is needed and necessary.
Cultural Catalysts - Episode 4: The Biggest Leap of Faith | Kris Vallotton
Have you ever had the Lord ask you to do something that felt impossible? The kind of ask that would seemingly change everything? These moments can feel like the trumpet just blew way too loud or the strings inappropriately slowed down, but in fact the Lord is in the midst of creating a whole new symphony and it is time to pick up and start playing to the melody.
In this week’s episode of Cultural Catalysts, Kathy and I conclude the series of retelling the story of where it all began by talking about our journey to Bethel Church in Redding, California
Cultural Catalysts - Episode 3: When The Supernatural Became Normal | Kris Vallotton
We met the Holy Spirit in a small mountain town in Northern California. We were attending Mountain Chapel where Bill and Beni Johnson pastored for over 17 years. From the outside looking it, there wasn’t anything seemingly impressive or spectacular; we didn’t even have our own building for many years. We met at a theater where we squished 300 of us every Sunday….We were hungry! We were hungry to experience the power of God in our lives and hungry to bring Heaven to earth.
I still remember the day everything seemed to change. Bill and Beni had just returned from visiting Toronto Canada where there was a huge outpouring of the Holy Spirit. As they began sharing powerful stories of experiencing the Holy Spirit while in Toronto, the Holy Spirit began to pour out among the congregation.
In the latest episode of Cultural Catalysts, we share about the first time the Holy Spirit interrupted our Church service, touched Kathy, and forever changed our understanding of the power of God's presence. While the supernatural has become a normal part of our lives, it has never stopped being extraordinary.
Cultural Catalysts - Episode 2: The Journey To Weaverville | Kris Vallotton
Life isn’t always easy; the Vallotton family knows that first hand. There were seasons in life that were far different than we had planned. You know the kind of seasons you question if the trials you're facing will fade or if you’ll see another day? From battling a nervous breakdown riddled with fear to being in a financial crisis and wondering if food would appear on the table the next day — our story is filled with perseverance and a deep rooted strength.
I often look back on the seasons of life that were turbulent and treacherous and wonder if we’d be who we are today without them. In the midst of life’s hardest circumstances, tenacity and endurance began to fill our bones and established roots in our family. No matter the storm that came our way our home became a cornerstone of faith — we realized there was a purpose in the pain and possibility in the problems we faced. Let me be clear, I am not saying the Lord caused trials, but He definitely used them to build our character and prepare us for the call of God on our life.
In this week’s episode, Kathy and I take you back to Weaverville; the key place in our life where this hope was built, stakes of faith were put in the ground, and monumental markings in our life were formed.
Cultural Catalysts - Episode 1: Where It All Began | Kris Vallotton
I have fostered the dream in my heart to see cultural catalysts from all spheres, backgrounds, and generations to gather together and teach, equip, and inspire others to become cultural catalysts – world changers in this day and age. I am excited to announce the release of Cultural Catalysts — a show to teach people to live fully alive, co-labor with God, and change the world. In this first episode, I sit down for a conversation with my wife Kathy Vallotton to talk about where it all began. Tune in to hear the stories of the early years of our lives that have become the foundation to our lives.
How To Understand The Scriptures
Interpreting and understanding God’s word can seem daunting and overwhelming. In this week’s podcast, I share a message I spoke on a Sunday night at Bethel about how to understand the Scriptures and how we have been given the Holy Spirit to help us! One of the most important things we can do as a believer is have a relationship with the Word of God and seek to understand what God is saying. God is inviting you to know Him as the author and provide an understanding of His word. I pray that as you listen to this message that there would be a new passion ignited in you for the word of God!
I love this podcast!
My husband and I listen together and we are always challenged to renew our minds. Highly recommend.
When God speaks
It’s refreshing to hear God speak through a man passionate about our God. I always find God speaking to me through Kris sermons.
I tried listening to this man, but prosperity gospel and thinking that we are mini gods is just not good. Be careful if you listen to this church. Elevation church, td jakes, Ken Copeland all have fruit that is very dangerous. If you read the Bible, and you disagree with what is said or if someone says it has changed with the times or saying it needs revision is a universal sign to stay away. Jesus talked about many false prophets that would come and know nothing about Jesus.