Who Am I: Walking in Your God-given Identity

At some point, every young person wrestles with the looming question, “Who am I?”. This question sets the average person on the desperate quest to find a sense of meaning, identity, and purpose in their teen years which, sadly, many never find the answer to. This is because they are looking in all the wrong … Continued

The Internal Realities of Walking in God’s Anointing

What does it mean to walk in God’s anointing? We often describe a song or a message as being anointed. Or we identify someone accomplishing great things for God as anointed by God. But don’t we all want to walk out our lives with a sense of His calling and anointing? It is easy to … Continued

Anticipating Revival

At the International House of Prayer of Kansas City, we are a people committed to the evangelical understanding of Scripture’s inerrancy and unique inspiration. The canon is closed, and all Scripture is God-breathed, suitable for correction and instruction, and sharper than a two-edged sword. Once a month, we corporately recite the Apostle’s Creed as a … Continued

The Lord’s Faithful Leadership

Some things are consistent. The sunrise, the cycle of the moon’s waxing and waning, even the colorful bursts that momentarily shift the hue of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the fall. It is apparent there’s a natural rhythm programmed into the world around us. But some things are a little more than consistent. Colorful fall … Continued

Loving God’s Work

Moving can be a lot. The physical act of relocating from one place to another ranks among the top ten most stressful moments a person can experience in life. And it’s understandable. The boxes, the cleaning, the sorting. The logistics of it all takes time, effort, lots of energy and organization, and possibly a moving … Continued

Rooting Our Hearts in the Meekness and Majesty of Jesus

As John the Beloved beheld the throne room of God in Revelation 5, the question of the ages thundered in the midst of that great room. “Who is worthy to open the scroll and to loose its seals (v. 2)?” John heard the question over the many sounds that filled the air around him. He heard … Continued

Take a Gap Year to Pursue God.

Prioritize time to lay biblical and spiritual foundations that shape how you think, live, and relate with others. It is vital to take a season to set the groundwork for education, career, marriage, parenting, and all God has for you!