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We Are Pregnant!
January 2016We are happy to announce that we are going to have a child around the first week of August. We are excited to raise children in the house of prayer. We have our first prenatal appointment this Thursday where we will get to hear the heartbeat for the first time.
Onething Conference Unifies Believers
Catholic TrackThis year, we hosted over 150 Catholic believers among the over 15,000 that attended. They joined our morning and evening sessions and in the afternoon had their own track with teaching and prayers. I (Jonathan) worked in the bookstore this year so I was not able to attend most of the conference. However, I did attend a couple hours of the Catholic track. I was so moved when one of the monks from England shared that the same Spirit that is on the singing of the Psalms that Catholics do in the daily office is on our prayer room at IHOPKC.
Transitioning to a Day Schedule
2015 Year End Report
We are celebrating twelve years for Jonathan and seven years for Theresa of serving Jesus by praying through the night. After praying and talking to our leaders this past year, we have decided to transition our schedule to praying during the day. It has been an honor to exalt Jesus in the middle of the night when so much wickedness is happening all over the earth. Over the past years, we have seen amazing things! Here are a few of our favorite stories:
The Transcendence of Prayer: Kansas City Unified with Haiti
Right after the devastating 2010 Earthquake struck Haiti, we began a weekly prayer meeting for this nation. A team from IHOPKC went to Haiti shortly after the earthquake. One particular prayer meeting in Kansas City, we began to sing and shout, “grace, grace” over Haiti. We discovered through texting with the team that at the exact same time we were shouting, “grace, grace” a large 2,000 person prayer meeting in Haiti was shouting the exact same thing over their nation.
Mercy in the Night During Hurricane Katrina
“A puff of dry air” from the Midwest weakened Hurricane Katrina
Do Not Let Your Heart Be Troubled
Theresa and I had opportunity to minister at her parent’s church leading worship and teaching on prayer in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
As we have shared with people and ministered in several churches and houses of prayer the past two months, we have been touched with the hope we have in Jesus. Though it is easy to be dismayed with the darkness and hardship in this world, especially that facing our youth, the hope we have in Jesus is greater. As we near the return of the Lord, darkness will increase and troubles will abound. “This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, a hope both sure and steadfast” will keep us steady as the waves crash over us (see Hebrews 6:19). We look with hope to the wonderful things that Jesus has prepared for those that love Him! (See 1 Corinthians 2:9)
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Good news! Online giving with a credit/debit card through IHOPKC is now available so your gift to my ministry is fully tax-deductible.
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