We often cling to God in a crisis; but can the person of Jesus alone motivate us to stay in a continual conversation with Him? What happens when we do? Hear one woman’s testimony.
Mike Bickle reflects on how IHOPKC has changed since the Convergence when 1,000 Chinese leaders gathered together with the IHOPKC family.
In this world that is far from perfect, He lifts our heads and heals our eyes to see His perfect nature and the perfection He will one day bring.
We don't want to miss Him in this hour, so we're taking a break from our normal rhythms to seek Jesus first over all things.
We don’t want to miss what God has for us in this season, and we’re believing Him to speak in some special ways, as we witnessed Him move at the last Onething conference.
If you’re struggling, know that God hasn’t left you. He’s not mad at you for being busy, but His heart may be calling you to slow down and step closer to Him.
As I began praying the prayers of the Bible, phrase by phrase, not being in a hurry, the Word of God started to fill my soul, touch my spirit, create a more joyful approach to my life, and anchor me in difficult situations.
We can’t wait to pray filtered words with right emotions. The key is not in the polishing but in the pouring.
Regardless of how much we desire times of intimacy with Jesus, He desires this intimate and ongoing fellowship even more than we do.
Most people associate the night with sleep, but Christians have a long history of encountering God during the night hours.
Praying at night is a key component of night-and-day prayer and is less about when prayer is happening and more about what is taking place and why.
Even with all that is going on today, Jesus reigns and He is raising up and using global worship and prayer movement in the Church during the night and day to bring about His divine plan.
We are in desperate need for a generation of leaders to arise with deep, consistent lives of prayer.
God has a plan to reach the lost on your campus. Get practical tips and inspiration to partner with Him to bring revival to your school through focused prayer.
There's nothing like the scriptures to unify believers and ignite our personal and corporate prayer lives.
Prayer is meant to be enjoyable—and with these four elements, it can be!
Praying in the spirit is powerful and enjoyable. However, many people misunderstand the purpose of tongues and the scriptures that describe it.
Combining worship and prayer is practical, enjoyable, and biblical!
Prayer and worship will unify believers as one voice before God, changing the spiritual environment of an entire city—and eventually the world!
Prayer is for both beginners and mature believers. It's a place for all of us to grow!
Jesus is coming back for a Church operating in close partnership with Him in intercession for the end-time harvest against the backdrop of a worldwide prayer and worship movement.
The Bible says “count it all joy when you face various trials,” but how do we do it? Praying the Psalms can sustain us in tough times.
God is a great Creator. We can see His beauty all around us in creation, but a glance in the mirror displays His handiwork in an even greater way.
We can take joy in the truth that it's never too early or too late to modify our schedules and get into the routine of spending uninterrupted time with the Lord.