All in Albums
Pas Neos’ sophomore release, Who Do You Say I Am?, is a journey through successive events in the life of Jesus as detailed in the gospel accounts, undergirded by pulsing, synth-tinged indie rock.
Matt Gilman sings an earnest declaration of deliverance for the oppressed in this single, which offers a foretaste of his upcoming full-length album.
Laura’s vocals move from subdued to spirited in this devotional, faith-stirring confession of contentment in the Lord.
This debut gospel single from Jaye Thomas & The Cry is contagiously uplifting with its powerful, energetic portrayal of Psalm 40 and Psalm 116.
onething LIVE: Magnificent Obsession was recorded at last year’s conference in December and highlights some of its most memorable worship songs.
The four songs on Measure of Love ponder the great love that Jesus has for us and our response to Him.
The IHOPKC NightWatch community is a group of devoted worship teams and intercessors, who follow a schedule that allows them to lead the prayer room between midnight and 6:00am every night of the year.
A record number of 25,000 young adults gathered in December 2010 at our IHOPKC annual onething young adult conference.
Indie electronic duo, Pas Neos, offers a fresh musical take on a wide range of biblical passages in their debut album, The Wheat and the Tares.
JOY is an album of live music and worship recordings from the IHOPU student awakening, an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the IHOPKC community that set thousands free with healing, deliverance, and encounter with God.
onething’09 LIVE captures the worship and music from the International House of Prayer’s premier conference for young adults.
Laura Hackett’s long-awaited single, having gained momentum and recognition through the onething conferences, is an anthem for believers desiring to “be strong in the Lord and in His mighty power” (Eph. 6:10).
Experience a live evening of worship recorded during an IHOPKC service.
Point of Life features new songs by Misty Edwards, along with a few favorites written by friends.
Unceasing is a celebratory compilation album in honor of ten years of night and day worship at IHOPKC.
Glimpse Laura Hackett’s personal journey with the Lord as she expresses her heart through organic music in her self-titled debut album.
Cory Asbury’s first solo album Let Me See Your Eyes is a collection of indie-pop songs reflecting Cory’s passion to see Jesus more clearly and to feel His presence.
This energetic single, centered around the beauty of God, gives a solid introduction to Cory’s debut album Let Me See Your Eyes.
Come and worship the unimaginable greatness of the Lord with Majestic, a compilation album focused on corporate worship that exalts the name of Jesus.
Audra Lynn expresses the joy of Calvary in her second album, entitled Vow.