International House of Prayer

Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster
VDM Publishing, 2011 - 22 pages
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The International House of Prayer (IHOP) is a Neocharismatic Christian organization based in Kansas City, Missouri that focuses on continual prayer. It is seen by some as "Kansas City's biggest religious phenomenon in a century." It was founded by Mike Bickle, who had previously pastored a church in Kansas City, on May 7, 1999. IHOP is known for holding prayer meetings around the clock (24 hours a day for over ten years) and its "harp and bowl" worship model. IHOP features a sanctuary in which teams of students and interns constantly alternate being music and prayer throughout the day and night. Their musicians and singers often attempt to sing spontaneous unwritten songs. Misty Edwards, their most prominent worship leader, teaches that worship can cause spontaneous healing and can also drive demons out of people. The prayer room is streamed live on the internet through their website and GOD TV. Leaders of IHOP teach that their constant prayer and worship plays a role in causing the Second Coming of Christ to occur sooner.

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