The All Nations Prayer Room is a sanctuary of corporate worship and intercession, staffed by internationals whom the Lord has added to our community, and currently in nine languages: Chinese, Korean, Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, German, and French.
Our aim is to be a resource to believers in 200+ countries, providing live worship teams via our webstream to support small prayer rooms in other nations. In this way we can help strengthen and train singers, musicians, and intercessors in intercessory worship in their own language.
Live worship and prayer is streamed in nine languages between 8:00am and 10:00pm (Central Time), Monday to Saturday.
The Onething conference is a gathering of young adults in Kansas City who have purposed in their hearts to live with abandonment and devotion to Jesus.
We invite you to join 25,000 young adults in Kansas City this December to encounter Jesus through extended times of worship, teaching of the Word, and ministry in the power of the Spirit. Our primary aim is to encounter Jesus so that we might go forth to do His works and change the world.
Daniel - Studies in the End Times
August 29-31, 2013
The book of Daniel contains some of the most important and best-known prophetic information about the end times—the rise and fall of the Antichrist, the persecution and victory of the saints, the role of Israel and the Church, and the Battle of Armageddon—as well as a vivid description of Jesus as the Son of Man, who will confront and remove all oppression and wickedness as He rules the nations in righteousness in partnership with His people.
Join us via the web-stream as Mike Bickle teaches a verse-by-verse study through the book of Daniel, with special focus on Daniel’s four prophetic visions concerning the end of the age (Dan. 7–12). As we consider Jesus’ magnificence and God’s sovereignty over all history, we are equipped to overcome temptation, endure persecution, and engage in partnership with Him in His end-time plan, as He transitions the earth to the age to come.
When I look back at my history in the Lord some of the deepest moments are woven together with art. As I write this three specific moments out of the many come to mind. First, around the same time I gave my life to Christ I started to take an art class. I remember it being such a blessing. It was new and refreshing and one of the many changes happening at that time. As I started to know Jesus as the Creator of all things He planted a seed of desire to create in my heart. I didn’t see that connection at the time but looking back it seems obvious. Second, was at a greek inter-varsity conference where a speaker created a huge chalk art in just a few minutes and then gave a sermon on what he had created. That opened my eyes to see that art was more than just entertaining it could be a vessel for God’s Word to go forth. Romans 1:20 connects these together from the beginning of time,
"For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse."
The last moment was the day the Lord began to teach me about how He has always been an artist and has adorned Himself with the most beautiful creations.
Sometimes you hear things and even know or believe them to be true but they are just words or facts until they become more alive in your heart and soul. As an example, I can tell you that the barbecue in Kansas City is some of the best ever and you may in fact agree with me even if you have never had it. However the fact is completely different when you say it is the best because you have experience the smell of smokers penetrating the car a/c half a mile away and your mouth starts involuntarily watering. It becomes different when you see the line out the door almost every time you go. It becomes different when the smokey sweet and salty meat enters your mouth. The truth becomes all the more real. A change happens. You move from echoing a truth to knowing the truth and speaking from a place of depth and experience. That was the kind of switch that happened as I began to see the beauty of Jesus, the beauty of His creation that was made through Him. My echo of knowing He was a Creator started falling deeper into my heart rooting itself in me. From this understanding art slowly moves from just a tool to worship to creating art because God likes that I do. He not only likes our weak attempts at creating, He likes it so much He can even use it to encounter people.
Jesus has woven art into the tapestry of my history. I look forward to seeing the new threads of truth He places into my heart from it. The first steps of these new threads began a few weeks ago. At 6:00am on Wednesdays I join an art group that paints/draws in the prayer room. I am excited to see what Jesus is going to teach me through the connection of intercession and prayer to art.