December 7–14: Jesus, our Bridegroom, King, and Judge
The Word and the Spirit emphasize the Messiah coming as Bridegroom, King, and Judge at the end of the age. John the Baptist was the first person in the New Testament to bring together the revelation of Jesus as all three. As Bridegroom, Jesus has burning desire for His people. As King, He possesses all power. As Judge, He removes everything that hinders love. We need to be familiar with all these faces of Jesus if we are to stand and proclaim the truth of who He really is.
January 18–25: Understanding the signs of the times
There is coming a time when life as we know it will be forever changed. The Bible describes it as a time of great revival and trouble, and gives us much information on how to walk in the power of the Spirit in those days
What do Jesus, the apostles, and the Old Testament prophets teach us about the end times, and how can we better understand and spiritually prepare for the end of the age? This Immerse program provides an overview of the book of Revelation and highlights various facets of the end times, focusing on what the Bible says about the people, places, and events involved. Come grow in wisdom and understanding of the future of the Church and its bearing on the hour in which we live.
February 15–22: Building the house of prayer
This program focused on Jesus’ desire for His Church to be “a house of prayer for all nations” (Mk. 11:17) combines theological insight with practical training for building a prayer ministry. Participants learn about the harp and bowl model of worship and intercession used at IHOPKC, making this program ideal for house of prayer leaders, worship teams, prayer groups, and anyone who wants to start or strengthen a prayer ministry or transform their workplace or home through the power of prayer.
March 15–22: The forerunner ministry in the end times
Forerunners are believers whose hearts are set on wholehearted pursuit of Jesus and who operate in the power of the Holy Spirit; they spiritually prepare themselves and others for the unique dynamics of the generation in which Jesus returns by gaining understanding of God’s end-time plan to transition the earth to the age to come. Join us for a week of studying what it means to be a forerunner.
April 12–19: Foundations of night-and-day prayer
The Lord declared through the prophet Malachi that one day He would be supremely and incessantly adored by all of creation: “From the rising of the sun, even to its going down, My name shall be great among the Gentiles . . . for My name shall be great among the nations” (Mal. 1:11). Join us as we trace the story of God’s desire from Genesis through Revelation to be worshiped on earth as He is in heaven. See what Scripture reveals about worship in the heavenly temple, how the heavenly pattern was followed in Old Testament expressions of worship, and what its significance is in New Testament devotion. It is important for us all to understand God’s purposes for prayer, but this course is especially helpful for all those desiring to establish prayer ministries.
May 17–24: Encountering Jesus in the Song of Songs
Are you longing to know God? Can you trust His hand in your life? Do you want to understand how He sees you and how He feels about you? Nothing empowers the human heart like the revelation of God’s affection for us, and His love is seen throughout the Bible. Come join us for this study of the Song of Songs, a book that unveils the divine romance—the passionate desire of God for His Bride.