The New Year is a great time to take hold of the Lord's perspective, in order to walk in the fullness of all He has for us.
We happily present the 10 most popular IHOPKC blog posts of 2016, including articles on marriage, hearing God’s voice, and what prayer will look like in the end times. Thanks for reading, and enjoy!
There's nothing like the scriptures to unify believers and ignite our personal and corporate prayer lives.
The most important relationship we have is one we can actually grow. Intimacy flourishes as we relate to and learn more about the Triune God.
God making all things new is our great hope, this New Year and always!
At IHOPKC, we get testimonies from all over the world talking about how the Lord is touching people. These emails don’t come with pictures, but they tell the stories of real people who are following Jesus with us.
Jesus always wants to be number one, especially at Christmas! Learn more about seeking Him first here.
After encountering race-related social media posts that have angered many, Nayomi Thomas talks through the reality of dying daily and following Christ in the way of love, even when it hurts.
It’s all about intimacy. That’s what made Mary of Bethany great.
Jesus has many names describing His character and nature. When He returns, the Bright and Morning Star will show forth the brilliance that dispels all forms of darkness.
Increasingly today, the nations are raging against God's ways, but He has given us His presence and Word to know how to respond.
Listening is tough. So is holding our tongue. Maybe that's why the Bible instructs us to do both!
When we partner with God's plan to provide for His workers, our calling will be focused and His kingdom will advance.
It’s important as believers to make Thanksgiving not just a one-day holiday, but a lifestyle—something we live out 365 days per year.
Knowing God's goodness brings us peace beyond our circumstances, sin, and issues in our lives.
Prayer is meant to be enjoyable—and with these four elements, it can be!
More than fleeting emotions, a successful marriage—and choosing someone to marry—requires relying on Christ, the One who is love.
In the midst of crisis, there is a way to keep our hearts free from trouble and the emotions that threaten to overwhelm us.
What is God’s plan to deal with the darkness in our world? Is He moving, and, if so, what part do you play?
Born-again believers have shining lamps, bringing light to others, but our intention to prioritize oil determines whether we will continue to burn for the Bridegroom King as we await His return.
Fasting is for all believers, and these creative ways will help you if you are curious, scared, or concerned about doing it.
Jesus was very clear about what will occur during the times before His return, but His instructions on how to pray can help prepare us.
Pruning is meant to plunge us deeper into God so we can depend on Him and bear fruit in prayer.
The race of life can be hard and often can feel like a marathon, but there is hope of finishing well.
No one "enjoys" God's discipline, but if we'll stay focused on Him, it will bear good fruit in our lives.
Prayer is a key element of a successful marriage, yielding benefits that sustain and renew us and the relationship.
Jesus prepares his followers for seasons of shaking by focusing them upon Himself and calling us to faith.
God made us on purpose with purpose in mind. He calls us to partner with Him, speak truth, and accomplish things that are great in His eyes.