Tools for a Life of Prayer: Praying the Apostolic Prayers

If you’ve been tracking with this series for a while now, you know that I wholeheartedly encourage praying the Word–actually turning the words of Scripture into your own prayers....


Dark Yet Lovely

Adapted from the book Deep Unto Deep by Dana Candler I am dark, but lovely,O daughters of Jerusalem,Like the tents of Kedar,Like the curtains of Solomon. (Song of Solomon 1:5) A Paradox of...

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...

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...

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....

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...

Beholding the Beauty of Jesus

Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote, “Beauty is the battlefield where God and Satan contend for the hearts of men.” Beauty is powerful and persuasive. When it touches the heart, it brings...