Psalm 27:4 “One thing I have desired of the LORD, that will I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the LORD….” Unceasing worship and prayer does not exist primarily because there is so much need in the world that […]
[Part Three] Defining The Main Difference Between A House Of Prayer And A Traditional Church: His Worth and Outcomes
This is part three of a series of blog posts that define the difference between a House of Prayer and a Traditional Church. When I say, “a traditional church” I am referring to structure not necessarily style. I understand that styles come and go, yet I believe structures live on for centuries.
It’s always enjoyable to discuss the House of Prayer reality with good friends over a great lunch. That is exactly what happened last week. I shared our history of moving more intentionally from a ministry focused church to an intimacy focused church. There were lots of great questions as my friends were exploring this reality […]
When Mike Bickle launched International House of Prayer in 1999, I never would have suspected it to such a far reach globally. I also never dreamed that we would ever become a House of Prayer ourselves. In fact, I had no clue there was an International House of Prayer until around 2004. The only connection […]
A few days ago my wife, Wendi, and I had the privilege of speaking at Living Water Church, an Assemblies of God church with two growing campuses; one in Berkeley and the other in Alameda. The church is filled with young adults who love God and are passionate for His presence. Recently, Living Water launched […]
This is the fifth edition New Future Friday. We are just a few short months away from the completion of our new building. It’s been quite a journey. Our media team (ahem, Kindsey) filmed a short documentary with Wendi and I about the project. We briefly share our prophetic journey and an update on the […]
David built the tabernacle from a heart that cried out for the living God (Psalm 84:2) not from duty to the law. The tabernacle was built for love not law. Passion established and sustained a 24/7 reality. The Lord favored the Tabernacle of David because it came out of the heart of someone consumed with […]