Press Releases

February 17, 2015

When Hope Invades the Inner City

Stories of survival and redemption aren’t just works of fiction.

At the International House of Prayer (IHOPKC), by the grace of God, tales of recovery, hope, and restoration are part of our story every single day.

Through prayer and works of justice, one of our ministries is seeking to establish social justice in the inner city community of Kansas City.

The result?

Lives are being changed daily.

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December 28, 2014

Onething 2014 Press Release

KANSAS CITY, MO – Kansas City based International House of Prayer (IHOPKC) will today welcome up to 20,000 young adults to the KC Convention Center. The event will last from 28th and culminate with the attendees welcoming in the New Year on Dec 31st.

This year will mark fourteen years this annual convocation of Christians known as the “Onething Conference” has taken place in Kansas City. Over the years several significant political leaders from the region have welcomed the worshippers to Kansas City from the event’s stage noting the positive economic impact the conference had over the holiday season. This year Grandview Mayor Leonard Jones will welcome the worshippers.

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May 1, 2008

Kansas City Pastors’ Fellowship Grateful for IHOPKC

“Many pastors in the Kansas City area are grateful to God for raising up the International House of Prayer in our city. The knowledge that hundreds of intercessors are crying out night and day with fasting for revival in our city strengthens our hearts in the battle. We thank Mike Bickle and his leaders, and stand with them, knowing that their labors are resulting in spiritual blessing and unity in the church in our city.”

—Howard Cordell and leadership team, Midwest Ministers Fellowship (a network of over 200 pastors and ministries in the Kansas City region)

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May 16, 1993

Ernie Gruen and Mike Bickle’s Joint Statement from 1993

This is a joint statement from the leadership of Full Faith Church of Love Ministries and Metro Vineyard Fellowship of Kansas City.

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