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What is Kingdom Journeys?

This year was packed full of exciting new lessons, people, changed lives, stumbled upon friendships and challenges. I was blessed in more ways than I can count in six months and God has already prepared so much for my future. To give a full update on every story, revelation or challenge would take forever. I do, however, want to share a general update of all the incredible work that the KJ team di...

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A Group of 12

A Group of 12

Kingdom Journeys is unique. We have six members, two staff coaches and four mentors on the field right now. Glace, one of the mentors, pointed out the fact that God has brought 12 men together to start Kingdom Journeys. There were 12 tribes of Israel. And, 12 sons of Jacob. At age 12, Jesus first appeared at the temple. Jesus chose 12 disciples. All through out scripture God is foreshadowing and i...

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Sometimes failing is for others, similar to kicking your baby birds out of the nest.

Sometimes our Failing is for Others

Marty, one of my mentors, recently commented on my blog about failing with this statement. Saint Alered makes some interesting distinctions between pre-fall intentions and now. I’d say yes [failing is necessary], but it isn’t just for us, sometimes our failing is for others as well. That statement completely blows my mind. Sometimes our failing is for others. Failing is often painful f...

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Three generations of Hugh L Roberts.

Why am I going on Kingdom Journeys?

  Something I learned about my time on the World Race is that there are floors and ceilings between the generations in God’s Kingdom and that the generation before mine has set a ceiling for my generation to make our floor. Kingdom Journeys is discovering that floor and receiving that anointing from the older generation. At the exact same time, it’s about activating my generation into the fullness...

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