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Kris is the lead pastor and founding church planter for Revolution Church. He grew up in northern Sumner County and returned home to launch Revolution, and lives in White House with his wife Jennifer, and two children Madison and Noah.

Growing up in the small community of New Deal - between Portland and White House - he has spent much of his life as a volunteer for community, sports and education.

Kris is the public address announcer for Vanderbilt University men's and women's basketball, and also serves as an announcer for various sports for Lipscomb University, Trevecca Nazarene University, Vanderbilt University, the TSSAA and The Nashville Sounds.

He is entering his 20th year with White House High School football and serves as the Voice of the Blue Devils for football and basketball. He received the White House Quarterback Club Award for community service in 2005, 2010, and 2012. He is a coach for the White House Dixie Baseball program in ages 9-10 and has previously served as an assistant coach with WHHS in baseball.

Kris is the former president of the White House Area Chamber of Commerce and has been presented with three press awards by the Tennessee Press Association and Tennessee Sports Writers Association for his work in media. He left journalism to pursue full-time ministry. He is a board member with the Northern Middle Tennessee Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

Jennifer handles payroll in human resources for the corporate offices of ServPro in Gallatin.

Pastor K has served as a church planter, senior pastor, associate and youth pastor and has served in missions in Jamaica, Niger (Africa) and locally with tornado relief to El Reno, OK. He announced his call to ministry in 1998 and is a graduate of Christian Training Institute in 2001 in Pastoral Ministries and also has a degree in communications after serving as a news and sports editor for Gannett Inc. and a broadcast journalist for Volunteer State College and WVCP-FM, where he met his wife. He studied corporate and organizational communication at Western Kentucky University.

He began in youth ministry at his home church, Halltown Church, before serving seven years in Kentucky as the senior pastor of Pleasant Union in Lewisburg, KY. He and his wife were certified through General Baptist National Missions and Church Planting Dynamics in 2009 to plant Revolution Church with full missions support. The church grew from launch to self-support and a permanent facility in 16 months. 

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From The Blog


Hope Has A Rope (10.15.17 Notes)
Hope Has A Rope
Week 3 Pastor Kris Freeman
Revolution Church

This series, Through the Eyes of a Lion, is based upon a book by Levi Lusko of the same name. It is recommended you order the book online or by electronic device to follow the series through the month of October at Revolution Church. This series is used by permission.

Hebrews 6:19
19 This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast.

Because a boat that is properly anchored will still face waves and wind, it just won’t be MOVED.
Because of Jesus, we have hope. And because of hope, even in the midst of the worst storms of this life, we are anchored.
- We have a living hope, because we have a living Lord
- The author of Hebrews doesn’t just tell us what we have, but rather he tells us what we are anchored to.

Hebrews 6:20 - this anchor “enters the presence behind the veil, where the forerunner has entered for us, even Jesus.”
  • The Greek word for forerunner is prodromos
  • A pilot boat called a prodromos would go ahead of a large vessel and bring its anchor into
    the harbor that was difficult to navigate.
  • Large ships would would pull to the edge of the port and stop until a forerunner could come
    and grab the anchor
    This is what JESUS did for us!
    As we make our way through life, we are slowly being WINCHED in closer to shore. There is no such thing as a WIRELESS anchor. So what is the rope?

    John 14:25-27
    25 These things I have spoken to you while being present with you. 26 But the helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you. 27 Peace I leave with you, My peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.

    John 16:7
    Nevertheless, I tell you the truth. It is to your advantage that I go away; for if I do not go away, the Helper will not come to you; but if I depart, I will send him to you.

    The Holy Spirit is the ROPE connecting us to our HOPE. That means it’s up to us how loose or tight the CONNECTION will be.
    Having too much slack in the line can have DEVASTATING results. Keep close and keep connected.
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1. Heaven is Nearer than it SEEMS.

Jesus said in Mark 1:15: The kingdom of God is near.

Remember the rear-view phrase: objects in mirror are CLOSER than they appear. The more we are filled with the Spirit, the closer the reflection of Jesus will be in our lives.

2. Illuminate Your Heart with the TRUTH.

When you are discouraged or devastated, it becomes easy to believe lies, and easy to be
tempted. Belief is the REMEDY to losing heart!

We must be intentional to comfort ourselves with the presence and promise of the resurrection. 3. 

3. Assemble with God’s PEOPLE.

Lions are the only social cat. Their strength comes from the “pride” (the group). If you mess with one, you have to take on them all. There is no greater way to reel the anchor in than to do it together.

Those who are planted in the house of the Lord shall flourish in the courts of our God. - Psalm 92:13

4. Hold On

Yet, though he slay me, I will trust Him. - Job 13:15

No matter how hard it gets, no matter how bad it hurts, hold onto the rope. It can hurt so bad - but don’t think of it in years, think of surviving one minute at a time. One hour at a time. One person at a time.

In these moments, the most important thing is to keep the SLACK out of your rope. 

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