The Rise of Kingdom Consultants & Administrators

The Rise of Kingdom Consultants & Administrators


In their words for 2018, both Prophets James Goll and Cindy Jacobs referenced the rise of “Kingdom consultants” and “Kingdom administrators” in the world. Before I delve into this prophetic explanation, allow me to first define these terms.

“These anointed men and women of God are to be in the church but not stuck in the church. In the second apostolic age of the church, these sent ones become Kingdom Consultants in every sphere of life. Over the years I have referred to this as Hope Ambassadors. It is time for Kingdom Administrators experiencing moments of prophetic revelation turned into movements of prophetic reformation. These are the new Kingdom Consultants.” (James Goll)

“Kingdom administrators [possess] such wisdom suitable for our times, strategies for our times, revelation that will lead people into reformation.” (Cindy Jacobs)


Martin Luther King Jr.

I find this message particular poignant as today (at the time of my writing this) is Martin Luther King Day. Dr. King was an excellent example of a Kingdom administrator. He was indeed a minister, but had he relegated himself to the box of the pulpit and the four walls of the church, he would have missed his true calling: to be the greatest Civil Rights leader this nation has ever known.

Myles Munroe

The late Dr. Munroe too was an excellent example of a Kingdom administrator and consultant. He was absolutely a pastor, teacher, and apostle, yet he was also called upon by governments around the world to help advise them in their matters in addition to being a savvy businessman. He was even posthumously honoured by the Israeli Knesset (parliament) for his indelible contributions. Many also don’t realise that it was a message on liberation from slavery at the AZUSA Conference that launched him into international recognition. Years later, he was able to sum up and expound upon that message in his Black Moses interview which I highly recommend.

"The Power of Purpose" (1990)

"Black Moses" (2016)

William Wilberforce

William Wilberforce is another man who served as an incredible Kingdom administrator. A young man contemplating a life of formal service to God required a nudge from the minister, John Newton (the author of “Amazing Grace”), who encouraged and informed him that he could serve God outside of the pulpit just as, if not more so, effectively. And he did. As the friend of the Prime Minister of England and member of Parliament, he was able to champion the cause that led to the end of the Transatlantic slave trade to which all black people around the world said a resounding, “AMEN!!!”

In Scripture, we see that Joseph, Daniel, Azariah (Abed-Nego), Hananiah (Shadrach), Mishael (Meshach), Esther, Mordecai, Ezra, and Nehemiah are all Kingdom administrators and consultants.

We MUST break the mentality that you can only be anointed if you’re called to the pulpit. THE. DEVIL. IS. A. LIAR.

William Wilberforce, Esther, Mordecai, Ezra, and Nehemiah never graced the pulpit, but they were effective in their nation. Drs. King and Munroe, Joseph, Daniel, and Samuel had calls that encompassed the pulpit as well as the government and or related fields.

The key is to be where God has called you and to bloom where you are planted. You can’t be nearly effective or effective at all when you are out of your God-ordained position.

Taking [Back] Our Mountains

This is a wonderfully exciting time to be alive! When we look at the world, we see global leaders who accomplish what we are supposed to. What do I mean? In Revelation 17:7, we see the picture of Babylon seated on seven mountains. Now, I’m aware that Rome is situated on seven hills and many theologians speculate that the Revelator was speaking of that particular Beast as opposed to another, more spiritual prince. Yet there are also seven mountains of influence in society:

  1. Religion
  2. Family
  3. Education
  4. Government
  5. Media
  6. Arts & Entertainment
  7. Business

Babylon, generally speaking, is still seated on those seven mountains. At its core, Babylon represents compromise, that’s why this spirit is identified as a whore in Scripture. When you look at Islamic nations where the principality of choice is Baal (the partner of Babylon), you see a similar domination over every mountain of society. Some other religious groups practice this as well, yet we as Believers are the ultimate ones called to dominate those mountains! Not from a place of compromise, but from a place of reformation, of godly values and morals.

And Jesus came and spoke to them, saying, “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Amen. (Matthew 28:18-20)

God is calling all of us in our own way to go forth into ALL the world and make disciples, spread the teaching and culture of the Kingdom of God to all men. How do we accomplish that? With divine assistance:

....The realm of heaven’s kingdom is bursting forth, and passionate people have taken hold of its power. (Matthew 11:12 TPT)

God is seeking passionate people who will be conduits through which the Kingdom of Heaven can “burst forth” in every arena of society; those who are willing to stand unwaveringly in the face of intolerance and uphold the banner of truth, no matter how unpopular or bewildering it may be to onlookers. These are the kind who will turn the world upside down (Acts 17:6).

In the Kingdom of God - notice, it doesn’t say the “Church of God,” “Synagogue of God,” or “Temple of God” - there are those who are called to the pulpit and there are those who are called outside of the pulpit, some of us are called to both positions. Both callings are necessary. And the moment we grasp that truth is the moment we can begin to operate in our purpose and see the Kingdom of God truly be established on the earth. Go forth, Kingdom administrators!

Word of the Lord for 2018: Bill Hamon

Word of the Lord for 2018: Bill Hamon

Word of the Lord for 2018: Cindy Jacobs

Word of the Lord for 2018: Cindy Jacobs