As the storms in life come our way, we can rely on the revelation and experience of the love of Christ to provide stability to the soul as inward strength is knit to rooted affections in Christ Jesus.
This Kingdom of God is more than a spiritual reality, and our King is one who is reigning now and will also reign in the Age to Come.
God is raising up men and women who will lead with boldness, diligence, and excellence, ministering to others with the Spirit and in the perseverance and humility of Christ. Are you one of them?
Social media may be convenient, helpful, and even fun, but oftentimes it robs us of true interactions with those God has placed around us.
No one knows the day or the hour of Jesus' return, but the signs around us, like birth pangs, point to the ultimate culmination of God's plan to bring about His Kingdom.
Jesus taught His disciples to pray and calls us to follow His example by growing in prayer ourselves and leading others to do the same.
After years of leading worship at International House of Prayer, singer-songwriter Lauren Alexandria discusses her new EP, Victorious in Love, that takes listeners deeper into her heart—and God's.
Is holiness mostly rules, drudgery, and self-denial, or is it a liberating fascination with God's Son, who is radiant, all-powerful, and beautiful? Find out in this blog.
While our temporary assignments in life may change, God's calling for our lives—to know and experience Christ—will never change.
Knowing the Father's heart helps us cut through temptation and distraction and frees us to worship Him in spirit and truth.
Great joy awaits those who take God up on His command to honor Him with their finances and give toward the building of His kingdom, even in extravagant ways!
The Bible is a book of stories, and believers are still called to use this powerful medium to convey truth to every area of our culture. Documentarian George Otis Jr. shares tips and advice for kingdom storytellers in the end times.
When we know the signs Jesus said would accompany His return, we are prompted to live boldly, aware of the hour and ready to escape compromise as the end-time pressures increase.
Many believers tend think of theology and equate it with academic study, but more than any academic pursuit it is an exploration of God that fuels our love.
Many believers want to work for justice, but it won’t glorify God unless our works are done according what the Bible says about loving mercy and walking in humility.
As we behold the beauty of God—His ways, His character, His consistently loving nature—our hearts are drawn toward Him, and our desire to love Him more grows.
When we fix our eyes on Jesus and seek transformation from the inside-out, we find a joy that transcends the current season in our marriage, freeing us to love Jesus, and our spouse, regardless of circumstance.
Rather than waiting for a crisis, spiritual leaders fast regularly to prepare themselves, and others, for the day of trial.
As women secure in covenant relationship with God and filled by His Spirit, we can have unwavering confidence in the power of God to bring about His promises for our lives.
We need daily bread to stay close to God and do His works. Find out how praying daily can help you find it!
Life rarely goes according to plan and when prayers seem to go unanswered, disappointment tempts believers toward heavy hearts.
The gospel meets the deepest needs of every human soul, including the youngest ones around us.
At its core, prophecy is about hearing God’s voice and sharing it with others. God made prophecy for all believers, and the Holy Spirit is willing to help everyone who wants to grow in it.
In this life women face many disappointments, but Jesus has a plan that He is actively bringing about as He ushers women into their destiny in the Kingdom.
This weekend a controversial new movie—The Shack—will be widely released in movie theaters across the US. A few of our leadership team had a chance to meet with co-producer Brad Cummings and preview the movie. Find out Jono Hall's thoughts here.
We can't produce revival in our own strength, but God promises to be strong for us—if we'll seek Him wholeheartedly.
IHOPKC leader Dana Candler describes the challenges of living with an open heart in times of disappointment and how that pursuit leads us to love and trust God more.
The Lord has called many black believers to spread the truth of the gospel and focus on His will as they maintain a heavenly perspective, despite life's challenges.
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