God speaks to His people!

God created the universe with speaking . . . “Let there be . . . ”

Today, through Jesus Christ, He lives in you. How do you learn to hear Him speaking into your heart, and really know it’s Him?

Kingdom Faith Ministries International is devoted to helping God’s people learn to hear and obey His still small voice. Deuteronomy 8 declares that God’s purpose in having His people wander in the wilderness for 40 years was to learn to hear and live by every word that proceeded from His mouth.

God is still speaking, and like the Israelites, we must learn how to hear Him with confidence and precision. Are you eager to hear what the Lord Jesus Christ is speaking today to those who have discovered how to find Him in the secret place and drink from His fountain of Living Water? He will invite you to sit on His throne if you overcome in the pursuit of hearing His voice (Revelation 3:21).

Browse these pages to discover how we might help you in this wonderful quest.

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Kingdom Faith Ministries International is helping Christians around the world grow in their personal fellowship with Jesus Christ, especially through learning to hear and obey His voice with confidence.


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All Africa Shall Be Saved
Thursday, September 06, 2018
Cheryl A. Elton

Could the next great revival be on the horizon?

Throughout history, Christian revivals have brought the message of Christ to different parts of the world, often affecting the Church for decades to come.

Many believe Africa is fertile ground for a major revival, as recent years have seen prolific spiritual hunger across its nations. Because of this, many ministries are supporting work in Africa, including Kingdom Faith Ministries International (KFMI).

The demand for KFMI’s pastor training schools has been growing exponentially, with at least 5,000 pastors currently waiting to attend a KFMI School of Ministry

What initiated this great desire, and where could it lead? 

The Great East African Revival of 1929 was arguably one of the most famous and influential African spiritual movements of the twentieth century. Many believe the effects of this revival are still being felt across African countries today. 

By definition, a revival is a reawakening of people turning to Christ, usually through evangelistic meetings led by great preachers—such as DL Moody, John Wesley, Charles Spurgeon, and Hudson Taylor. 

Yet not all revivals are led by powerful evangelists. Some—such as the Great East African Revival of 1929—are initiated through lay people and simple means. 

At the helm of this revival were John Edward Church[1], a British medical missionary to Rwanda and Simeon Nsibambi, a young Christian leader from Uganda. Both shared dissatisfaction with the low spiritual condition of the church, and had reached a personal state of “acute spiritual dryness.” After spending two days together in prayer and Bible reading, each experienced the “transformative power of the Holy Spirit.”

With renewed zeal, the two men began extending love and full sharing[2]with fellow Africans—regardless of class, station, or race—through small group fellowship meetings. Such gatherings quickly spread throughout homes and villages, as Christians met to share their testimonies and desire for the deeper Christian life.

Distinctive features of the East African Revival were:

  • No famous preacher was leading its efforts. John Church never claimed to be the leader of the revival, but considered himself a co-worker with the Holy Spirit. 
  • Revival sprang from two wonderful Christians with a love for the people and a heart to reach them. 
  • Small group meetings were led mostly by lay people. Great impact spread from the grassroots level, and continued for several decades.
  • Emphasis was on the saving power of Christ and daily submission to Him. Other themes were messages of sin, repentance, and forgiveness, rather than the gifts of the Holy Spirit such as speaking in tongues and supernatural healing.
  • Public confession of hidden sins was common, followed by a desire for holy living.

In time, the East African Revival was presented as a model for renewal movements of the Holy Spirit to other countries, including Switzerland, France and Germany in the late 1940s, and Malawi, Angola, India, Brazil, Israel, and the United States in the early 1950s.

Clearly, God initiates revival as a result of deep repentance—regret or remorse and a turning to God with humility—occurring in peoples’ hearts. Intense prayer for revival typically follows. 

There are no formulas for how God accomplishes this, nor are there models for how all revivals develop. Each is a unique time in the unfolding of God’s great story throughout Scripture.

Could the next great revival be imminent in Africa?

It’s exciting to consider that the groundwork of repentance and faith that was laid through the great East African Revival of 1929 and subsequent decades, may have set the foundation for the current hunger we’re experiencing across Africa.

African pastors and churches today are desiring greater intimacy with the Lord, and learning to live by the power of the Holy Spirit—core to KFMI’s teachings.

Our vision for Africa is that all have the opportunity to hear the message of salvation through Christ. As more and more pastors are trained in learning to hear the Lord’s voice, and in utilizing the power of the Holy Spirit, they will in turn teach others.

What an exciting time to be alive! God is on the move and we each have the joy and privilege of joining Him in His work. 

What might this look like for you?

Contact us if you’d like to get involved in supporting KFMI’s work in Africa.

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[1]To read about John Edward Church the Great East African Revival of 1929, see http://www.bu.edu/missiology/missionary-biography/c-d/church-john-edward-1899-1989/

[2]“Fellowship” in the Greek is koinonia, meaning a full sharing.

Copyright © 2018 Cheryl Elton

A Man After God's Own Heart
Thursday, July 19, 2018
Dr. Paul D. Norcross

. . . I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will.  (Acts 13:22b)

I asked the Lord one day how I could get a heart like David’s, a man after His own heart, to fulfill all of God’s will.
Here’s what He told me: “Pray one section of Psalm 119 each day.” 

I can do this! Anyone care to join me?

Two words in Hebrew are direct equivalents to rhema in the New Testament:  dabar/dhavar and emrah. In Psalm 119, dabar is used 24 times, emrah 19 times. Both mean “a speaking” and all are translated “word”. 

Other references for speakings are also used in the Psalm, such as precepts, statutes, commandments, and testimonies.  

In some of our favorite Scriptures of Psalm 119, David shares the joy of hearing God’s voice to him: 

Thy word [dabar = speaking] have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee. (verse 11)
For ever, O Lord , thy word  [dabar = speaking] is settled in heaven. (verse 89)
How sweet are thy words [emrah = speakings] unto my taste! yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth! (verse 103)
Thy word [dabar] is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path. (verse 105)
I rejoice at thy word [emrah], as one that findeth great spoil. (verse 162)

Throughout this psalm, David is sharing his joy over hearing God’s voice consistently, as he seeks Him with his whole heart. 

This is what a man after God’s own heart does! 

Let us pray Psalm 119 over our lives daily to help cultivate our one-on-one sweetness with the Lord. Let us find what David found in the richness of His presence. Let us strengthen ourselves as men and women after God’s own heart!

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