Kingdom Change is the ministry of Will Riddle. Will is a strategist who helps leaders bring their organizations to the next level. His strategic skills have been tapped by non-profits, churches, political action groups, and government agencies. If your organization is in need of a strategic consultation, we invite you to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would like to commend the strategic consulting of Will Riddle. Will helped OCA refocus on our mission. His insightful analysis enabled us to recognize our organization’s strengths and areas of deficiency, and how to address them. I highly recommend his strategic consulting to any business or organization that is looking to undergo a review and stress test for the betterment of their mission or business plan. If you are serious about taking the next steps, Will will help you get there. – Chris Long, Ohio Christian Alliance
Will’s mission is to bring clarity to areas of confusion and train God’s people to empower God’s people influence the systems of the world through Christian principles. Will’s teaching is uniquely practical and cuts through contemporary confusion. He brings breakthrough insights into the big-picture issues confronting the church today. He is author of No Exit, Free At Last, Introducing the Bible, Unlocking the Heart, Cracking the End Time Code and other works.
Will holds a Master of Divinity in Urban Ministry from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a B.A. from Duke University. Those interested may review our Statement of Faith.
In addition to his strategic insights, Will ministers prophetically with depth and insight reflective of his pastor’s heart. Below is a recent testimony of Will’s personal ministry:
“Over the past 5 years I have had the honor to receive prayer and ministry from Will at key moments in my life. The words the Lord has spoken through Will have all been filled with encouragement and truth, with almost 100% accuracy. Will’s passion for God, authority in faith and generous love for people make him someone I deeply respect and trust. I continue to revisit those prayers to remember what God is doing and still promised to do.” – Jonathan Sims