The Vision

Raising up a prophetic generation to speak to the cultures of the world with the empowered Voice of Heaven.


Aligning people with their God-defined destiny.



Equipping those who will speak to the cultures of our world.


Uncovering the unique sound of  Spirit-empowered voices.

About Garris and Jan

Garris and Jan Elkins serve the global Church through writing, speaking, and mentoring. They live in southern Oregon, tucked away in the foothills of the Rogue Valley. Their shared desire is to have each person learn how to hear the heart of God and become a transforming voice in their culture.

Recent Blog Articles

Garris writes on many topics across a wide spectrum of subjects. Many times he uses his own life experiences to highlight a truth or principle.

New Tribes Are Forming

New tribes are forming within communities of faith during this intense and fragile time of cultural change. As the heat of this change reaches a boiling point, a separation of existing relationships is taking place. If our hearts remain pliable in God's hands, this...

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A Pre-Awakening

Prophets have spoken about a Great Awakening taking place. I believe that is true. This morning the Lord added new insight to that future event. Before the Great Awakening, a Pre-Awakening will take place. In the Pre-Awakening, believers will awaken to truth from the...

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The Restoration of a Numb Faith

We have all had it happen. You take up a position that cuts off the blood flow to a part of your body and it goes numb. We call it “going to sleep.” It happened to me last night with my hand. I slept in the wrong position and my hand became numb. Once I changed my...

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Challenging a Que Sera, Sera Spirit

For the last week, I have carried a strong sense of intercessory prayer for our nation and the Church. That strong sense has not lessened; it has increased. When I was a kid in the 1950s, Doris Day was a major Hollywood star. She was cute, loved by all, and one of our...

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When Opinions Differ

Over the last couple of days, I have followed a heated conversation between pastors over a comment made by a respected leader from within their circle of fellowship. Today, some of those posts have been deleted on both sides of the issue. I am assuming the deletions...

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Our Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy theories are plentiful of late. These theories come and go each time a culture undergoes significant change. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines a conspiracy theory as "a theory that explains an event or set of circumstances as the result of a secret...

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Books by Garris

Books by Jan

Latest Release

As people of faith—from the very beginning of our recorded history—we have loved to gather and stay gathered. Community is healthy and necessary. But it is unhealthy if it stalls the assignment given to us by Jesus—the assignment known as the Great Commission. We have been given a mandate to tell the nations of the wonderful things God has done for humanity. We have also been called to leave our personal Jerusalem to venture outward with the Good News.

Our calling is one of expansion and exploration. This can be a physical or mental migration. Geographical expansion can come about through persecution like the Early Church experienced or like the pilgrims who fled religious persecution in Europe to start a new life in America.

We can also expand by a change in thinking—in how we see our role in God’s Kingdom. This often begins with feeling frustrated about the static status quo. We may glimpse a new and unrealized aspect of God and His Kingdom, and that insight will begin to stir the beginnings of a personal transition. Expansion has been part of the spiritual DNA of the Church since Pentecost.