Registration

Registration

We invite you to join us at the International House of Prayer for eight days. These Immerse programs aim to help you:

  • Encounter God through the Word in worship and prayer
  • Engage in relevant discussions around dynamic Bible teaching
  • Be refreshed and strengthened in your spiritual life
  • Build quality friendships by connecting with like-minded Christians
  • Get equipped to make an impact through corporate prayer

The $259 fee includes Bible teaching, worship, dynamic group discussion, practical hands-on equipping, Spirit-led ministry time, prophecy, and more.

Registration is non-transferable and non-refundable. Registration at the door requires an additional fee.

Please note: Children’s tracks will not be offered unless otherwise noted.

Ministering in the Power of the Holy Spirit

December 6–13, 2019

God wants to make His home in us. In fact, the Bible reveals that Jesus longs to fill human beings with the fire of the Holy Spirit. Yet many Christians shy away from understanding the person and work of the Holy Spirit due to the endless controversies surrounding the gifts of the Spirit, for example, tongues, healing, prophecy, and other manifestations. They avoid the controversies by asserting that they will focus solely on Jesus. However, it is simply a false notion that you can love Jesus fully without giving any attention to what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit.

This program combines theological teaching along with practical hands-on training to give biblical insight and personal confidence to minister in the power of the Holy Spirit. Participants will learn how to partner with the Holy Spirit in ministry and increase their ability to discern supernatural activity.

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Becoming Fully Alive—Experiencing Freedom and Joy

January 17–24, 2020

God created every person with deep longings that only He can fill. We all long for beauty, greatness, fascination, and intimacy. We all long to be enjoyed, to be wholehearted, and to make a lasting impact. When we realize that these longings are godly and that God wants to fulfill them, we begin to find new freedom and joy. We are not to repent of these longings, but to repent of seeking to satisfy them outside of our relationship with Jesus. To encounter God in these areas is to be fully alive.

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Who Am I?—Defined by the Father’s Love

February 14–21, 2020

The Father is raising up a people who know Him and walk in His love. There is so much that our faithful Father has done to communicate and demonstrate His unfailing love, and yet, so many struggle to connect with Him, understand His nature, and experience the fullness of His love.

This theme combines theological teaching with hands-on training, all within the context of worship and payer, resulting in encounter with the heart of the Father. We are created for love and are the object of God’s deepest longings. Participants will explore Jesus’ teaching on the Father’s love, the obstacles to receiving His love, the significance of forgiveness, and the complete restoration desired by the Father.

This month’s program is ideal for pastors, leaders, worship teams, and prayer groups. It is also designed for those who desire to grow in expressing the Father’s love to others in ministry. We invite you to join our IHOPKC family for eight days to grow in both encountering and expressing the Father’s heart of love.

Coming soon

Beyond Immerse

March 20–27, 2020

We are excited to announce a follow-up experience called Beyond Immerse that brings ministry training into a more interactive role with IHOPKC, catered for those who have previously attended an Immerse program.

Work alongside a few of our ministry departments and outreaches and have the opportunity to learn from our model, as well as benefit from behind-the-scenes involvement at the International House of Prayer. Community outreaches and a chance to preview internship and IHOPU classes will also be made available to attendees.

This is an excellent opportunity for those wanting to learn how to implement prayer ministry into the various functions of church, marketplace, and everyday life.

FOR OUR REPEAT ATTENDEES ONLY. MUST ATTEND A REGULAR IMMERSE PRIOR TO BEYOND IMMERSE.

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Igniting Spirit-Led Worship and Prayer

April 3–10, 2020

Prior to Jesus’ return, God is raising up a mature Bride in every tribe and tongue, who will eternally function as a house of prayer for all nations. Foundational to this global movement is day-and-night prayer with worship that is fueled by the beauty of God, thus releasing His infinite creativity through the prophetic arts (song, dance, painting, writing, etc.), which is the primary catalyst for world missions.

This program is held in partnership with faculty from IHOPU’s Forerunner Music Academy, and combines theological teaching along with practical hands-on training for intercessors, musicians, singers, dancers, and artists. In addition to the core curriculum, participants have the opportunity to choose either beginner, intermediate, or advanced tracks for guitar, keyboard, drums, vocals, dance, and art. This program is ideal for anyone, from the very skilled desiring to take their abilities to the next level to those who are just beginning and desiring to learn a craft for the very first time, as well as everyone in between!

This program is ideal for pastors, leaders, worship teams, and individuals. It is also designed for those who desire to grow in worship. We invite you to join our IHOPKC family for eight days to grow in both encountering and expressing our worship to the Father.

No children’s services available for this track.

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Silencing the Voice of the Enemy and Walking Out Our Lives with Courage

May 22–29, 2020

At the heart of what it means to be a Christian is to receive a new identity. We are image-bearers of the Most High and do not have to live under the bondage of fear, shame, or any other hindrances that can keep us from experiencing the fullness of God in our lives. We can walk out our Christian lives with purpose and courage in the redemptive nature of God and stand tall in our foundation in Christ Jesus.

Gather with us as we explore how to live victoriously and empowered through Scripture and to walk out biblical principles as we align with truth in Christ Jesus.

Silence the voice of the enemy over your insecurities and accept the invitation from Christ to find true peace in who He is and who He says you are!

Coming soon

The Unbroken Story of God

June 5–12, 2020

There is a longing deep within every human heart for harmony, peace, and unrestricted joy. Though today we are plagued with so much of the contrary, we still have a stubborn hope that perhaps things can be the way we so long for. Well, the Lord orchestrated a magnificent narrative seen in the Bible, and He has inserted Himself directly into the story line as the main character.

The Bible is primarily about God revealing Himself, His desires, His passions, and His longing. The Lord makes known His intentions through the story of creation, His plan for redemption, and ultimately through His resolution to restore all things at His second coming. He is leading an unbroken story from Genesis to Revelation that reveals His plan that you are a part of. Take your place in the story!

Ran in conjunction with Signs & Wonders Camp and Little Editions Camp for children 3–12 years old. No additional program services for children. Email immerse@ihopkc.org for a promo code for signing up for both programs.

Coming soon

Who Am I? –Defined by the Father’s Love

July 17–24, 2020

The Father is raising up a people who know Him and walk in His love. There is so much that our faithful Father has done to communicate and demonstrate His unfailing love, and yet, so many struggle to connect with Him, understand His nature, and experience the fullness of His love.

This theme combines theological teaching with hands-on training, all within the context of worship and payer, resulting in encounter with the heart of the Father. We are created for love and are the object of God’s deepest longings. Participants will explore Jesus’ teaching on the Father’s love, the obstacles to receiving His love, the significance of forgiveness and the complete restoration desired by the Father.

This month’s program is ideal for pastors, leaders, worship teams, and prayer groups. It is also designed for those who desire to grow in expressing the Father’s love to others in ministry. We invite you to join our IHOPKC family for eight days to grow in both encountering and expressing the Father’s heart of love.

Ran in conjunction with junior high & senior high camps for students 12–18 years old. Immerse children’s program available for children under 12. Email immerse@ihopkc.org for a promo code for signing up for both camp and immerse programs.

Coming soon

Becoming Fully Alive—Experiencing Freedom and Joy

August 7–14, 2020

God created every person with deep longings that only He can fill. We all long for beauty, greatness, fascination, and intimacy. We all long to be enjoyed, to be wholehearted, and to make a lasting impact. When we realize that these longings are godly and that God wants to fulfill them, we begin to find new freedom and joy. We are not to repent of these longings, but to repent of seeking to satisfy them outside of our relationship with Jesus. To encounter God in these areas is to be fully alive.

Coming soon

Building a House of Prayer

September 11–18, 2020

One of the most neglected and illusive components of the Church throughout history is the foundation of prayer. Yet, ironically, above all things, Jesus declared that prayer would be the primary characteristic of the house that He is building! So how will God transform the Church into a house of prayer and fill the earth with the incense of prayer in every place? He will do it through an unprecedented revelation of the beauty of God that makes prayer not only joyful, but sustainable as well.

This program combines theological teaching along with practical hands-on training for building a corporate prayer ministry that can joyfully persevere in the days of small beginnings.

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.

Coming soon

Beyond Immerse

October 9–16, 2020

We are excited to announce a follow-up experience called Beyond Immerse that brings ministry training into a more interactive role with IHOPKC, catered for those who have previously attended an Immerse program.

Work alongside a few of our ministry departments and outreaches and have the opportunity to learn from our model, as well as benefit from behind-the-scenes involvement at the International House of Prayer. Community outreaches and a chance to preview internship and IHOPU classes will also be made available to attendees.

This is an excellent opportunity for those wanting to learn how to implement prayer ministry into the various functions of church, marketplace, and everyday life.

FOR OUR REPEAT ATTENDEES ONLY. MUST ATTEND A REGULAR IMMERSE PRIOR TO BEYOND IMMERSE.

Coming soon

Silencing the Voice of the Enemy and Walking Out Our Lives with Courage

November 6–13, 2020

At the heart of what it means to be a Christian is to receive a new identity. We are image-bearers of the Most High and do not have to live under the bondage of fear, shame, or any other hindrances that can keep us from experiencing the fullness of God in our lives. We can walk out our Christian lives with purpose and courage in the redemptive nature of God and stand tall in our foundation in Christ Jesus.

Gather with us as we explore how to live victoriously and empowered through Scripture and to walk out biblical principles as we align with truth in Christ Jesus.

Silence the voice of the enemy over your insecurities and accept the invitation from Christ to find true peace in who He is and who He says you are!

Coming soon

Becoming Fully Alive—Experiencing Freedom and Joy

December 4–11, 2020

God created every person with deep longings that only He can fill. We all long for beauty, greatness, fascination, and intimacy. We all long to be enjoyed, to be wholehearted, and to make a lasting impact. When we realize that these longings are godly and that God wants to fulfill them, we begin to find new freedom and joy. We are not to repent of these longings, but to repent of seeking to satisfy them outside of our relationship with Jesus. To encounter God in these areas is to be fully alive.

No children’s services available for this track.

Coming soon