Monday: Intercessory Worship (IHOP web-stream)
Tuesday: "Travailing Travels over Ohio"
Wednesday: Live Intercessory Worship
Thursday: Empyreal Art
First Friday: Days of Noah Teaching & Intercession
Friends of Dayton House of Prayer, we are so grateful for the kindness of so many of you who care about our city and state. This year has been one where we as Intercessors have refocused our attention on the need of Repentance. Repentance both individually and in the Church and our governmental leadership. Each . . .
What’s happening right now, November 2016, is exactly what happens when major changes are going to happen! Major, as in WORLD CHANGING, world shaking changes!! The election and the unsettling corruption unveiled in American government on myriad levels, the shocking once hidden lives of those running for public office and their disgusting indiscretions morally and . . .
By Ravi Zacharias We are closing in on the day when we elect a leader for the next four years. The bitter rhetoric will hopefully come to an end. To say that it has been a tumultuous path to this day is an understatement. Once again we swing between the two extremes of thinking politics . . .
A word from a prophetic intercessor to the Prophetic Intercessors – We are the Lord’s SIEVE upon the earth. In my mind’s eye, I saw all the intercessors across this nation – divinely connected AS ONE (“whoever is united with the Lord is one with Him in spirit.” 1 Cor. 6:17). We are all connected . . .
Last night was another wonderful time of intercessory exploration and growth AND we were able to wrestle through some of the Prophetic Acts confusion that at times creeps into Christian circles. Prophetic Acts refer to those actions the prophets took in the Old Testament that were illustrations of something God was going to do. Most . . .
It’s been awhile. I have been doing what I love to do, being with my Father and gazing at His Son. He is magnificent to behold. What do I mean by that? Does it mean sitting on the floor in a closet, or fasting 40 days or going away sitting in a cave or mountain . . .