"Joseph's" Testimony of Freedom

“Joseph’s” Testimony of Freedom

6/7/17 Christian Living

Joseph had many sins and addictions. Was there any hope? If you're struggling to gain victory over sin, his story may inspire you!

Five Principles for Raising a Godly Family by Jim and Jessica Hall

Five Principles for Raising a Godly Family

by Jim and Jessica Hall

Raising godly families is necessary, important, and doable through these basic principles of family unity, attitude, and prayer.

Finding Purpose in Your 60s

Finding Purpose in Your 60s

by Brad Tebbutt

Think you don't have a voice because you're over 50? Think you can't influence or help young people? The kingdom doors are open for inter-generational ministry, and you have a role. Learn more in our newest blog.

Building the House of Prayer

Building the House of Prayer

by Adam Wittenberg

Prayer flows best from the place of intimacy and delight. See how God is raising up lovesick worshipers to usher in His Son's return as He builds the global house of prayer.

Five Keys for Loving God despite Discouragement

Five Keys for Loving God despite Discouragement

by Daniel Hoogteijling

Discouragement can seem to come at the most inopportune times in the life of believers, but if we respond in the right way, we can find ourselves growing through difficulty.

Practicals of Praying through the Night

Practicals of Praying through the Night

by Fia Curley

Praying at night is a key component of night-and-day prayer and is less about when prayer is happening and more about what is taking place and why.

How to Love Jesus When Your Friends Don't

How to Love Jesus When Your Friends Don’t

by David Sliker

True friendships have more than affection and loyalty at their core. The powerful “binding agent” of lasting friendships is the love of Jesus that empowers us to love selflessly and fearlessly.

How to Overcome Strongholds

How to Overcome Strongholds

by Adam Wittenberg

When people hear “deliverance,” many things come to mind—but it all boils down to setting people free so they can live fully for God!

Encountering Jesus in the Night

Encountering Jesus in the Night

by Stuart Greaves

Even with all that is going on today, Jesus reigns and He is raising up and using global worship and prayer movement in the Church during the night and day to bring about His divine plan.

Cultivating Kids' Devotion to God

Cultivating Kids’ Devotion to God

by Lenny La Guardia

More than a program, children need a vibrant relationship with God through prayer, the word, and training in signs and wonders. This simple approach can cultivate leaders who will transform the body of Christ. Read more in our new blog.

God Owns, We Steward

God Owns, We Steward

by Rob Parker

Though God owns the world in its entirety, He graciously grants humanity the privilege and responsibility of managing His workmanship. What we do with our time, our stuff, and our lives matters—greatly. Learn more about stewardship in this blog.

What Teens Need from Us More Than (Almost) Anything Else

What Teens Need from Us More Than (Almost) Anything Else

by Fia Curley

Parents have the unique opportunity to speak to their teens and lead them into an authentic and vibrant relationship with the one, true living God.

Living Without Regret

Living Without Regret

by Adam Wittenberg

In a world with so many options, how can we know what’s best? “Our greatest fear should not be of…

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep

Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep: Reflections on Slumber, Our Spiritual Lives, and the Kingdom of God

by Charles A. Metteer, PhD

Although Western culture may have little use for sleep, viewing it as a "necessary evil" pausing our busy days, God created sleep for a reason. Learn more about rest, sleep, and the power of dreams in this new blog.

Parenting Unto Godly Dating and Marriage

Parenting Unto Godly Dating and Marriage

by Patricia Bootsma

Dating and courtship look different in the Bible than in our modern culture, but can it produce better results? See what a parent of six children (3 married) has to say.

Even in Crisis, God is in Control

Even in Crisis, God is in Control

by Adam Wittenberg

In times of national crisis, God is still on the throne. We can take strength from that and partner with Him as we find wisdom on how to respond in His Word.

Igniting Spirit-Led Worship and Prayer

Igniting Spirit-Led Worship and Prayer

by Fia Curley

Before Jesus returns the Spirit is cultivating maturity in the church through ongoing adoration of our King through night-and-day prayer and worship.

From Conference to Closet by Sarah Watne

From Conference to Closet

by IHOPKC Staff Writer

Sarah Watne's shares how the “God high,” she has experienced at numerous Onething conferences has become an invitation into more of God's heart for every day in the year to come.

Wisdom on Raising Great Teens

Wisdom on Raising Great Teens

by Adam Wittenberg

Raising teenagers is tough. Any parent can tell you that. Their emotions are volatile. Their passions change almost daily. And…

How to Be a Bold Witness

How to Be a Bold Witness

by Adam Wittenberg

In our day, God is raising up faithful witnesses who will partner with Him to tell many about salvation, expose lies, and pray in the judgment on the Antichrist’s reign. Are you one of them?

How Vulnerability to God Stabilizes Us

by Dana Candler

As the storms in life come our way, we can rely on the revelation and experience of the love of Christ to provide stability to the soul as inward strength is knit to rooted affections in Christ Jesus.

King Jesus

King Jesus

by Samuel Whitefield

This Kingdom of God is more than a spiritual reality, and our King is one who is reigning now and will also reign in the Age to Come.

How to Lead Like Jesus

How to Lead like Jesus

by Adam Wittenberg

God is raising up men and women who will lead with boldness, diligence, and excellence, ministering to others with the Spirit and in the perseverance and humility of Christ. Are you one of them?

Teens Need Social Connect More than Social Networks by Lauren Sliker

Teens Need Social Connect More than Social Networks

by Lauren Sliker

Social media may be convenient, helpful, and even fun, but oftentimes it robs us of true interactions with those God has placed around us.