In the midst of racial conflict, Stuart Greaves instructs us on how to let our souls rest in God through prayer, revelation, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
We are caught in a desire for change yet get frustrated when circumstances change around us. How do we handle this wrestle? Learn from one man's journey and inner struggle.
Do we shut down in the face of crisis, or allow Jesus to meet us there? Allen Hood shares his personal journey of responding to the Coronavirus /COVID-19 pandemic by clinging to the words in red.
In shakings, our faith (or lack thereof) is revealed. Which path will we choose—fear or faith?
Need hope in troubled times? One man's story of finding God in his darkest moments can encourage you.
God's Grace can sustain us as life goes from normal to quite different in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19). See how one man adapted.
The power of life and death is in the tongue. How can confessing the risen Christ in you build your faith and help you overcome? Get fresh perspective this Easter!
Whether it's pain, shame, bitterness, or loss, the gospel offers hope and healing in Jesus' name.
The gospel of Jesus Christ gives us confidence, not our political party. Discover fresh joy today!
In the face of rising socio-political, moral, and spiritual pressures in the world, we need the beauty of Christ to keep our hearts burning with love no matter what we face.
Here at the International House of Prayer of Kansas City, we are not only closely watching developments around COVID-19, we are responding aggressively in full compliance with directives from local and national officials.
A major celebrity declares, "Jesus is Lord" and proceeds to record an album entitled as this bold declaration. Should we draw comfort, be skeptical, or react otherwise to the news about Kanye West? Mike Bickle responds.
Mike Bickle reflects on how IHOPKC has changed since the Convergence when 1,000 Chinese leaders gathered together with the IHOPKC family.
Our fundamental problem and glory is that we were born with deep longings of the heart for greatness, impact, and wholeheartedness.
If our core belief is that there is something wrong with us, we will perform for love, striving to prove we're okay and worthy of acceptance.
Twice in the New Testament God’s conveyance of divine delight and highest favor is expressed: once toward Mary, the mother He chose for Jesus; and once toward us, those redeemed by His grace.
We need one another, and we cannot go forward into God's purposes without each other.
Advent is the season of waiting upon the Lord, of reigniting the embers of our hearts by the heat of His gaze.
Thanksgiving is more than a holiday; it’s a way of life. Every Christian will agree that a lifestyle of giving thanks is the will of God.
The change that I see is an eagerness to lean in to others, a preferring of one another, a celebrating of someone’s success, and a weeping with those who are in pain.
As a community, we have learned and practiced a rhythm that routinely brings powerful daily encounters between average, weak humans and the great love of Jesus; and these encounters leave our hearts burning for more.
It’s important to remember what God said and did to get us where we are, so that we put our hope in Him!
I think He’s bringing all of us into a place of being willing to be vulnerable for the sake of the family and finding liberty in being absolutely authentic in who I am and who you are.
It’s about the supreme worth of a God who gave everything to restore relationship, so He could talk to us, and we could listen and even talk back.