Monday: Intercessory Worship (IHOP web-stream)
Tuesday: "Travailing Travels over Ohio"
Wednesday: Live Intercessory Worship
Thursday: Empyreal Art
First Friday: Days of Noah Teaching & Intercession
This is an update from Jason Johnson coordinator of the event. Check out the great things that happened last year!! This year will be even greater. “Last year the Hope Over Heroin Event had twenty (20) area-wide churches involved. We were able to reach folks through 600 salvations, 103 baptisms, over 1,000 treatment requests, . . .
We were 90 minutes into prayer for our city, the recent illegal Supreme Court, immigration, orphan,widows, the lost, when I began to see it… There were people in a crowd of hundreds, maybe thousands, all reaching upward or outward in some grotesque way as they simultaneously shrieked or cried out because of the reality they . . .
It’s been quite awhile since I’ve sent out a report about the things going on at Dayhop and wanted to give you all an update. Prayer has continued in a consistent way for what has become many years now at the Swihart’s front building on the second floor. We are grateful to Steve and Vareena . . .
Check out the calendar for a full schedule! There are a couple of additions that will be awesome for your summer growth with the Lord and making Him known. Check it out! Tuesdays 6-7 pm & Thursday’s 6-8 pm in July & August – Using art to share His Heart. We are going through the . . .
Prophetic art is a term being used a lot today and simply put, it’s when you do something new from God’s heart or His point of view. Divine Creativity in your life is to see how and what He sees and allowing His higher perspective to become yours. Because the Lord is the most Creative . . .
This Thursday May 7th at Courthouse Square in Dayton from noon to one pm is the opportunity to pray for Dayton and surrounding suburbs together as a city. I hope you’ll join us and take advantage of the privilege to openly declare our faith in the Marvelous God/man, Jesus Christ and heavenly Father. We are . . .