The Ekballo HOUSE OF PRAYER
"Fire shall be kept burning continually on the altar; it is not to go out” (Leviticus 6:13, NASB).
The Ekballo House of Prayer is collaborative Moravian-style prayer on a variety of intercessory topics hosted in the Ekballo War Room. Some of the intercessory topics include unreached people groups, youth of America, campuses, government, racial reconciliation, the student volunteer missions movement, WCIU campus, revival in SoCal / California, and more!
First Things First: PRAY!
In Matthew 9:37-38, when Jesus looked out over the vast ripe harvest fields and saw how great the task was and how few the laborers were, He instructed his disciples to first, PRAY! Later, in Matthew 28, he instructed them to GO. History testifies that fervent prayer always precedes historic movements of God and bountiful harvests! We believe that we are on the brink of another explosive missions movement rising up on the earth to finish the task of the Great Commission in our generation. But it starts with prayer.
PRAYER WATCH OVERVIEW
Daily Prayer Sets [M-F, 10am - 10pm, Mott War Room]
Each week day, we have multiple rotating 1-2 hour sessions of contending prayer and intercession led by teams intercessors and musicians gathered around a specific topic in our War Room.
The Nightly Rumble [M-W, 6:30pm- 8pm, Mott Auditorium]
Each week night, from 6:30pm - 8PM, we engage in corporate worship and rumble.
How you can be involved
To be involved in a prayer watch, please fill out the form below and someone will contact you.
May the lamp of intercession and worship burn day and night until the light of God has penetrated every nation, tongue and tribe!