Racism – Kingdom Series

Many Christians could take a lesson from the way Jesus dealt with the marginalized in society. Jesus was the ultimate bridge-builder, breaking through into the hearts of people. In the first part of my Kingdom series, I address kingdom thinking on systemic racism and...

Everday Jesus with Katia Adams

I’ve been waiting nearly a year to share this with you. On March 4th I will be launching my very first devotional series, Everyday Jesus. In these short videos, I go through the whole book of Ephesians in bite-sized chunks, for busy people like you and me....

How to Unlock Your Dreams and Destiny

God’s desire is to release destiny over His sons and daughters. In this teaching, Julian helps us unlock the prophetic in our lives, in order to fulfill the dreams our Father has put on our hearts. Subscribe to Frequentsee teachings on Apple Podcasts. Featured Photo:  Lucas Sankey

Why You Should Stop Offending People

Sometimes the Gospel is offensive, but it’s crucial that we don’t make it offensive simply for offense sake. I’ve discovered that it is wise to take people on a journey of discovering truth, and our language plays an important role in that journey. Want to...

The Difference between Prophets and Intercessors

Often it’s difficult to know the difference between a prophetic gift, and an intercessory gift. In this guest Vlog, Gary Morgan helps us identify which gift we are operating in. Want more from us? Subscribe to Frequentsee on Youtube.

Discernment vs. Suspicion

Are you operating in discernment, or are you just suspicious? Partnering with Heaven means seeing the gold in someone and calling it out. Instead of seeking out the bad, let’s be prophetic people who help each other find their God-given destiny. Music:

Why Leadership Should Not be the Aim of Our Christianity

Leadership is a powerful gift that is important in the body of Christ. However, I wonder if we've over-emphasised this gift at the expense of other important aspects of our character. Hear my thoughts on why I believe leadership should not be the aim...