24/7 worship and prayer, specifically praying through the night, makes sense when we have touched a little of who God is, when we see how worthy He is of unceasing adoration.
Hope City is strategically located in the inner city of Kansas City, bring hope and healing to many as a ministry that intentionally combines prayer and missions to reach the lost.
When we intentionally seek the Lord we are better positioned to learn from Him, become like Him, and do the works He did and even greater.
This holiday season, learn secrets to experiencing God's presence, above the busyness, stress, and blues. Let Nayomi Thomas' personal journey and vulnerability enlighten you.
Life is full of confusing moments that tempt us to doubt the Lord, but God is faithful and able to keep us as He exerts His power over our lives.
Jon Thurlow's latest album, Different Story, took longer than expected, but the result is a refined work that is filled with hopeful anthems and musical excellence.
We all want to receive things from reading the Bible: insight, revelation, wisdom, and guidance. Could it be that a humble heart is the way to read the Bible for all it's worth?
The world may look dark, but God is doing a great work among a remnant of young people across the globe who will stand firm in the midst of the pressure. And your prayers help impact them!
God doesn't leave us in the wilderness. He uses it as a season to strengthen our faith and conform us to His image. If you find yourself in a wilderness, you're not without hope!
Like the disciples, many of us want to learn how to pray, but Jesus' first lesson about prayer was revolutionary.
Scripture is living and active and its distribution throughout the last 500 years has led to dramatic shifts in the world as we know it. There is still more to come as the Lord emphasizes and distributes His Word in different ways and believers receive.
Finding God in ordinary tasks such as our schoolwork or job may not sound easy, but it can shift your perspective and grow your walk with God. Whether you're a busy mom or working 60-hour weeks in business, you'll want to read this latest blog from Dr. Charles A. Metteer.
Regardless of how much we desire times of intimacy with Jesus, He desires this intimate and ongoing fellowship even more than we do.
The Holy Spirit is giving revelation of Jesus as the joyful Bridegroom, sovereign King, and righteous Judge to prepare the Church for the end times.
Our first and greatest commandment is to love God; this is our calling, which is shown through our actions, not just in our emotions.
Worship is about the heart more than the setting, songs, or people around us. Find the freedom to worship wherever and whenever through this truth.
Worship is one of the many ways we grow in intimacy with the Lord, as we draw near to Him and learn of Him and His character. This is strengthened as we use His word as a conduit to worship.
In this life, trials are commonplace, but God uses them to grow us as He moves us toward His best.
Christians, and especially parents, face the challenge of living in the world but not being of it. Allen Hood shares four principles for how he navigates this dynamic with his sons, ages 17–22.
We were made for intimacy, but holding onto accusations about the past is a barrier to what the Lord has for His followers.
There's a battle raging around news, truth, and the person of Jesus. What is God doing to address the challenge?
Want to make a difference in the world? It starts with a foundation in the Word of God, the only hope and power to effect change.
God likes to form His messengers through a patient process, requiring much listening before speaking. In our fast-paced culture today, this still applies—perhaps more than ever. Find keys to greatness and biblical leadership in our latest blog.
Hunger points us to learning, something that, done in the right context, can yield a lifetime of fruit. Read a stirring perspective on education as a Christian in this blog.
In the midst of moments of loss and grief, we have a High Priest who is able to heal and exalt Himself over every disappointment.
Stillness is not a popular thing. Neither is silence. But both are necessary for our spiritual health and vitality, especially as we approach the end times.
Most people associate the night with sleep, but Christians have a long history of encountering God during the night hours.
We're all weak in different ways, but God promises to be strong—if we'll allow Him into those weak places.
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