The Global Prayer Movement | Houses of Prayer around the World

THE GLOBAL PRAYER MOVEMENT 

National and Global Prayer Initiatives:

OneCry is a nationwide call for spiritual awakening, a cry to the Lord to manifest His glory and work with extraordinary power.  In recognition that we need an outpouring of the Holy Spirit we are calling for the Church to fall to our knees and cry out to the Father for help. OneCry is a call to the Church to pray, to seek God's face, and to turn away from sin, compromise, and complacency.

TheCall is a massive united solemn assembly. In times of national crisis, the Lord called Israel to corporate gatherings of prayer, fasting, worship, and repentance. TheCall is a response to the urgent summons in Joel 2:15-18, “Declare a holy fast, call a sacred assembly, bring together the elders, gather the children.” These large corporate gatherings began in 2000 with over 400,000 gathering on the White House lawn to prayer and fast.


24-7 Prayer is an international, interdenominational movement of prayer, mission and justice that began with student-led prayer vigil in Chichester, England in 1999 and has now spread into 100+ nations.  For more than a decade the global 24-7 Prayer meeting has continued unbroken, impacting locations as diverse as the US Naval Academy, a German punk festival, war-zones and underground churches, the slums of Delhi, the jungles of Papua New Guinea and ancient English cathedrals.

Every year the Global Day of Prayer unites 10’s of millions of believers in Jesus together in prayer.  Christians from all over the world, from different cultures and denominations, from many diverse streams will gather in their homes, or where appropriate, assemble in stadiums, public auditoriums and open squares and many will devote portions of their Sunday morning service to unite in prayer for a move of God in the Earth.

The National Day of Prayer was established as an annual event in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman.  The observance of the National Day of Prayer is founded on the constitutional rights of freedom of speech and freedom of religion and can be celebrated by all Americans.  It has been carried on by many believers and leaders across the nation with a focus on assembling on the National Day of Prayer for a historic breakthrough of God on our nation.

The National Missions Base Co-Op is an organic, relational, non-governmental national coalition of some of the more established house of prayer missions bases across the US.  Their purpose is to connect with and nurture friendships among like-minded leaders of established missions bases in the prayer movement in America in order to draw strength from and resource one another to better serve their regions. (Website Coming Soon)



IHOP-KC Resources:

This library, a ministry of the International House of Prayer of Kansas City, comprises a wealth of resources from over 25 years of Mike’s teaching ministry and provides access to hundreds of resources in various formats including streaming video, downloadable video, and audio, accompanied by study notes and transcriptions free of charge.

The IHOP-KC prayer room is a sanctuary of corporate worship and intercession, staffed by prayer leaders, singers, musicians and worship leaders who serve as missionaries.  They offer a 24/7 webstream into their prayer room so that people can connect long distance at any time no matter where they find themselves.  Stream on whatever device you wish free of charge.  In addition to English live worship and prayer is now also streamed in nine different languages via their All Nations Prayer Meeting.

The Lord has graciously given IHOP a powerful prophetic history that helps provide insight into what will happen in days to come. These supernatural experiences were given mostly in the 1980s and include times when various believers saw the Lord, heard God's audible voice, saw an angel, or had prophetic dreams that were dramatically confirmed. The Lord gave these testimonies to highlight a specific ministry assignment He's giving to the last generation and to strengthen us to believe Him for the release of His extraordinary blessings.

Other Recommended Ministries:

Ministry Name

Director's Name

Location

IHOP-KC Mike Bickle Kansas City (MO)
IHOP Atlanta Billy Humphrey Atlanta (GA)
Eastbay Prayer Furnace Jim Stillwell Danville (CA)
IHOP Wabash Valley Marvin Adams Terre Haute (IN)
Gateway HOP Luke Weaver Ephrata (PA)
Wind and Fire Missions Base Ric Lumbard Cedar Rapids (IA)
Orlando HOP Carlos Saremento Orlando (FL)
IHOP Eastern Gate Gary De Pasquale Cranford (NJ)
Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace Scott Bradshaw Fredericksburg (VA)
IHOP Northwest Gary Wiens Seattle (WA)
Pasadena IHOP Cheryl Allen Pasadena (CA)