Kris is the keynote speaker for conferences, Camps, Retreats, and Special events. She has been the Keynote Speaker at Conferences, Conventions, Retreats, Churches, and Events all over the world. She
speaks out of her passion and love for people. Be her own topic, or a topic you would like her to speak on, she is well versed as she is available for your events theme. She comes for your regular
Speaking honorarium, or a love offering. Please cover any traveling expenses (for two adults) and lodging in addition to the honorarium or love offering. Contact Kris today for your event!
Pastor Kris is the Founding Pastor at Hope Fellowship in Spokane, WA. She has been a Pastor/Minister for over 33 years at various
churches in the Pacific Northwest United States. She has a passion to help people on a weekly basis. Her heart is to help others in their life in Christ.
Kris is available for music concerts. Ministering in concerts is where Kris started. After her release of “A Righteous Life,” and “Seasons Of change,” Kris, and her husband Ron, traveled full-time
(1993 - 1995) all over the Pacific Northwest ministering the songs from these two projects. Concerts are Kris' heart. Now with her newest CD, “Brokenness,” Kris sings songs from all three projects in
her concerts. Brokenness and her newest book, “The Garbage Man Always Comes On Fridays,” go hand in hand. In the book, Kris mentions when she wrote the songs to “Brokenness and how they came about in
her life. Kris has ministered in concerts for Women's groups, Youth events, Camps, Conferences, Prison, Radio and Television. God has truly blessed those that were in attendance and many people have
come to Christ as a result of them.
Kris is a free lance writer and has written many articles that are published in magazines, books, Bibles, Web Sites, and eZine sites. If you would like to read timely articles that will uplift and
encourage you visit her articles page. Feel free to print out any you would like, please keep copyright info on it, thank you. Also current articles are found on Kris' blog: www.krisbelfils.wordpress.com