Glenn Bleakney sits down with Dr. Kim Maas as she shares her journey into ministry and the message of her recent book, The Way of the Kingdom: Seizing the Moment for a Great Move of God.
For many believers, times of unrest simply mean that darkness is on the rise. But what if the growing violence in the world today means something different? What if our "signs of the times" mean that the Spirit of God is on the move?
Author and trusted prophet Kim Maas reveals one of the mysteries of the Kingdom: When light breaks through the gates of darkness, the result is violence. This is spiritual warfare, and it signals a fresh awakening. It means that the Kingdom of God is advancing and that you are advancing!
Engage in Kingdom violence the way Jesus taught - with violent love, violent forgiveness, violent healing, violent deliverance, violent peace. If answering violence with violence sounds like war, it is. You are already in position. Overturn the works of darkness in every area of your life, and watch for a great move of God!
About Dr. Kim Maas
Kim Maas is a sought-after international speaker, author, and Christian minister. Her passion is to inspire, encourage, and equip God’s people to move forward in the call of God on their lives. This passion comes through in her preaching, leadership, writing, and everyday life. Kim has trained and equipped churches, ministries, and individuals to operate in the gift of prophecy in several nations and the United States.
She is the president and CEO of Kim Maas Ministries, the founder and director of Women of Our Time (WOOT), host of the Move Forward with Dr Kim Maas podcast, and author of Prophetic Community: God’s Call for All to Minister in His Gifts and The Way of the Kingdom: Seizing the Moment for a Great Move of God published by Chosen Books.
She can be heard each month live on social media with the Voice of the Shepherds. Kim is ordained with the Apostolic Network of Global Awakening. She earned a Doctorate in Ministry at United Theological Seminary and a Master of Divinity at King’s University. Kim and her husband Mike live in Athol, ID. They have three children and a growing number of grandchildren.
You can connect with Kim at www.kimmaas.com, on Instagram @kimmaasminitries, on FaceBook @MoveforwardNowKimMaas, on Twitter @pkmaas, and by email firstname.lastname@example.org.