Intro to IHOPKC • Fire in the Night • Simeon Company • Hope City • One Thing Internship

We ask that every intern be teachable, willing to learn, and sincere in his or her pursuit of holiness.

We ask that interns not date/court during One Thing Internship, Fire in the Night, and the first track of Intro to IHOPKC and Simeon Company. However, interns in a relationship before beginning the internship (whether dating, courting, or engaged) may continue in the relationship, but we ask that it be through written communication only.

The purpose of our internships is focused pursuit of the Lord. We are confident that when interns separate themselves for this short season, they will find that the reward far outweighs the sacrifice. We recommend that applicants who are engaged attend an internship after they are married.

We ask that interns not take personal breaks during the internship. Interns should plan ahead and keep the internship a focused season to seek the Lord.

Personal appearance
Interns are expected to uphold a clean, modest, and non-distracting appearance in their dress for all meetings, classes, services, and gatherings throughout the International House of Prayer community. We desire to bring glory to Jesus with our bodies and clothing. We also ask that clean, untorn clothing and shoes be worn when on any ministry platform at the International House of Prayer.

Health insurance
Applicants should provide their own health insurance coverage. Neither IHOPU nor the internship program are responsible for covering hospitalization, visits to the doctor, or medications.

Interns are responsible for their own transportation and timeliness (i.e., they must be punctual for meetings and classes) whether they have a vehicle or not.

Personal expenditures
Interns are required to have sufficient funds to cover all personal and living expenses incurred throughout the internship. Due to the extensive time commitments during the program, it is recommended that interns not acquire outside employment.

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!