Contending for the Prophetic Destiny of the Black Community


In Luke 18:1–8, Jesus makes clear that there is a connection between night-and-day prayer and the release of justice. This promise can be applied to the racial injustices we see in our nation today.

During Stand 2017, we will spend three days focusing on the role of anointed singers, musicians, teachers, and preachers from the black community in the context of our current national crisis, as well as the spiritual crisis in the Church. This conference is for all who have vision to co-labor with those in the black community and further God’s purposes.

Speakers & Worship Leaders

Stuart Greaves

  • Vice President, Global Prayer Division, IHOPKC

Darrian Summerville

  • Senior Pastor and Worship Leader, City Servant Church

R. J. Matthews

  • Senior Pastor, Kingdom Vision International Church

Todd Dulaney

  • Worship Leader, Living Word Christian Church

Noel Hall

  • Executive Producer, Songwriter, and Minister of the Faith

Jaye Thomas

  • Worship Leader, IHOPKC

Misty Edwards

  • Chief Singer, Global Prayer Room, IHOPKC

Mike Bickle

  • Director, IHOPKC
  • Chancellor, International House of Prayer University

Super Early Bird (ended November 30)

$25

Early Bird (ends January 15)

$30

General

$35

Refund Policy and Contact Info
Registration and translation fees for IHOPKC events are not refundable. Please contact events@ihopkc.org or (816) 763-0200 X.2252, Monday–Friday, 12–5pm CT, if you have questions.