IHOP OneThing 2010 Conference Brings In 30,000 Registered Students To Start 2011

By: Curtis Ophoven 0 Comments   12/31/2010

Today is the final day of this years’ four day conference at The International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City, Missouri in which over 30,000 have registered to attend.

The conference is free, with a cost of $700,000, in which the first offering was taken yesterday brought in $400,000.

Despite the media telling us that the next generation is lost, they are not lost but are being reached and the ministry of IHOP is taking a leadership role in feeding their desire to know God and to be encouraged through what He has planned for their lives.  The freedom to live for God is the greatest way to live. 

The conference has changed the atmosphere in Kansas City. This as one of the great exploits that Jesus said we would be able to do if we had faith in Him.  (John 14:12) 

It is these great exploits which we gain understanding about Jesus and become known by the enemies of the kingdom of God, so that we have authority in the earth as shown by how quickly the demons acknowledge Jesus and Paul in (Acts 19:15)

The best thing about the OneThing 2010 conference is that the entire conference was streamed on the Internet for free. Even the Archives are available in case you missed it live, at www.ihop.org

If you are looking for something to do tonight to usher in the New Year, consider joining online in worship and teaching.  They even have a new iPhone App to watch the live stream on your phone.


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