Mike McClung

Mike McClung has strong prophetic gifting, and also a call and anointing to teach and exhort the Body of Christ. Mike's mission is to unveil the knowledge of God in order that transforming grace will be released to bring reformation to the church and to rebuild, restore, and advance the kingdom of God. Revelatory teaching on the Bride and Bridegroom paradigm, the Kingdom of God, as well as teaching that unlocks the beauty of the corporate nature of the Body of Christ, are at the heart of his ministry. He has done extensive research and teaching on the Tabernacle of David, the Song of Songs, intimacy with God, and maturity in Christ (Eph. 4:11-16). Mike is the senior pastor of Lionheart Fellowship and the Director of Lionheart Restoration Ministries. Mike has also been involved in Native American reconciliation initiatives and forums, and Apostolic and Prophetic Summits both in the U.S. and abroad. His calling to intercede in order to "open up" ancient wells has led him to occasional travel and teaching both in the U.S. and overseas. Mike has one daughter, Hannah, one son-in-law, Jeremy and one grandson, Malachi.

Tabernacle of David Foundations - Part 10, Driving Out the Jebusites

10/04/2015 by Mike McClung

Series: The Tabernacle of David: Foundations

This Sunday, Mike revisited the Tabernacle of David Foundations series to talk about King David's battle against the Jebusites and what that represents in our battle to walk in Christlikeness and establish the kingdom of God in our region.

Who is the Bride of Christ - Part 8, Sharing His Sufferings

09/20/2015 by Mike McClung

In this message, Mike McClung shares on a subject that is mostly misunderstood and avoided in the Church of the Western World: suffering. Yet, if we are to take up our crosses and follow Him, who are we fooling to believe we can avoid suffering?

The Feast of the Lord: Part 5, Trumpets

09/13/2015 by Mike McClung

Series: The Feasts of the Lord

In this message, Mike McClung reviews the prophetic significance of the beginning of the Feast of Tabernacles--Rosh Hashanah. Specifically why it is referred to as the "Feast of Trumpets" and what that means to us today as we pursue the Lord\'s p

Pre-Trib Dispensationalism By Mike McClung

03/22/2015 by Mike McClung

Mike McClung started a new series this Sunday called "Thy Kingdom Come". In this message, Mike discusses the various theological perspectives on the End-Times and the dangers of each of them, particularly Pre-Trib Dispensationalism.

Delegated Authority, Part 5

01/20/2015 by Mike McClung

We should not consider any qualification for ministry higher than Christlikeness. As Christ only ministered by relationship with and the manifestation of the Father, we should only seek to be one with Him and put Him on display.

Overcoming the Accuser of the Brethren By Mike McClung

08/11/2013 by Mike McClung

Series: Individual Messages

Covenant cannot be formed in a vacuum. If the Body of Christ is to be joined together, we must refuse to listen to the voice of the devil when someone\'s weaknesses are aired. We must take the perspective of the Lord and love one another.

A Remnant Army

09/23/2012 by Mike McClung

Series: Individual Messages

Mike McClung discusses what is required of those who desire to go forward with the Lord in this new season. We must rid ourselves of fear, doubt and unbelief in order that body of Christ can begin to \"dispossess\" the enemies in the land.

Deliverance and Spiritual Warfare - Session 3, By Mike McClung

09/15/2012 by Mike McClung

This message is Session 3 of the Deliverance and Spiritual Warfare Conference that took place September 14th-16th, 2012.

New Things, Part 3

08/26/2012 by Mike McClung

Series: New Things

Mike McClung continues the series, \"New Things\" with a discussion of how we are to submit ourselves to the Lord first while still honoring the authority He has put in place on the earth.

New Things, Part 1

08/12/2012 by Mike McClung

Series: Individual Messages

Mike McClung begins the new series, \"New Things\" with a discussion of what it looks like practically to allow the Holy Spirit to transform us to a greater dimension of the Son of God corporately.