262 | Living for a Future Generation, Finding Spiritual Fathers, and Changing Attitudes from the Inside Out (Kris Vallotton)

262 | Living for a Future Generation, Finding Spiritual Fathers, and Changing Attitudes from the Inside Out (Kris Vallotton)

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Twenty years ago, Kris Vallotton had a vision about how his actions led to prosperity for his generations 100 years later. Since that day, he’s lived his life from the perspective of eternity. His revelations empower other parents to do the same.

Key Takeaways

  • You can affect your future generations that are yet to be born.
  • If you want to find a spiritual father, learn to be a son who can take direction and correction. 
  • When you discipline your child’s attitude, you can help them avoid destructive actions.

Kris Vallotton

Kris Vallotton is the Founder and President of Moral Revolution, the Co-Founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, and the Senior Associate Leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California. He is an international speaker, bestselling author, prophetic voice, and spiritual father to this generation. Kris has been married to his wife Kathy since 1975, and they have four children and ten grandchildren.

Key Quotes

  • 23:17 – “Being a son and learning how to be a son, learning how to be teachable, humble, how to be a joy, how to be a joy to Father. We have a generation, right now, that’s been raised by their machines and internet. They know their fantasy football team better than they know their reality God and the reality Father. We’re in a generation that, honestly, I don’t know if we naturally know how to be sons and daughters because we’ve been raised in this global orphanage of even if we have dads and moms, we’re often disconnected, live in our bedroom and live on the internet. 
  • 24:54 – “When your father’s missing or not available, what happens is that you don’t know who you are because your dad’s the one who’s primarily, obviously, mom has a role, a complete role, but dad is the primary identifier of his children.”

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