Kairos (καιρός) is the Greek word for "time" Jesus used in Mark 1:15; “The time (kairos) has come, the Kingdom of God has come near. Repent and believe the Good News!”
Kairos means the right, opportune moment. The ancient Greeks had two words for time, chronos and kairos. While chronos refers to chronological or sequential time, kairos signifies a moment of an undetermined period of time in which something special happens. While chronos is quantitative, kairos has a qualitative nature.
There’s technically not an English substitute for the word kairos, because it speaks of a supernatural element of time. It’s when heaven breaks into this natural realm. A kairos moment is a “God encounter” moment! Have you ever had one of those? It's about time!
As you've already read, Kairos Kairos means 'God’s time' or 'God’s opportune moment,' and God is always working!
So with that said, we've learned to only expect that God will work in the lives of people.
As Christians, we take our call very seriously. Since the works of the Kingdom of God are not confined to a place or time, we look for opportune times to minister the works of Jesus whenever and wherever we are.