In this post I’m attaching a document that has several New Years questions to pray about as you look back on 2019 and look forward to 2020. A group of us took a day to pray about these a couple of years ago and many people have continued to express how helpful they have been each year that they continue to do them. The document includes what to pray about, how to hear God’s voice in the process and how to get a summarized response to what you’ve prayed about.
This is a teaching Jeff did a few weeks ago as the last of a long series on the book of Ephesians. The way that God brings us into the fullness of our calling (individually and corporately) is by revealing the heights and depths of His love to us. Let these verses give us a higher vision for encountering God on a regular basis and the transformation it will bring to our hearts long-term.
This is a teaching on healing that Jeff shared at Valley View Church in Ohio recently. God stirred our hearts to pursue His healing power in a more focused way last Christmas. In this teaching, Jeff shares some of the stirring from last year, as well as giving vision for the level of power God has for us if we will pursue it.
This video outlines the 4 main ministry focuses of the House of Prayer that we lead. 2016 was a year of refining our vision and planning for the future, so this video was a natural overflow of all that we were processing and hearing from the Lord in 2016. We are very excited to step into more of these ministry dimensions as a ministry in 2017!
This is a class that Jeff recently taught at the house of prayer. The goal of the class was to equip people to go deeper in their experience of Jesus’ heart in prayer through theological understanding and practical training. Click on the image to see all the teaching sessions.
The book of Acts details the momentum of the gospel through the first few decades of church history. I’ve found about 25 different verses in Acts that display the power of the gospel to multiply disciples wherever it was preached. And we see the complete surrender of the early church leaders to take the name of Jesus to other cities and nations despite the physical persecution they would suffer. I’m excited to love Jesus and love Him the same way!
This is part 1 of a two part sermon I’m preaching at UHOP on the topic of evangelism. My main verse is Acts 1:8, which is the table of contents for the rest of the book of Acts. I’ve been studying the book of Acts most of the year and God has really been stirring me with it. I see His healing power (Acts 5!) and the effective preaching of the Word.