"My house will be a house of prayer."
A house of prayer is the place where you choose to meet consistently to encounter Christ in prayer. Anytime. Anywhere. Anyone. Couples, singles, parents, children all have an opportunity to enjoy consistently meeting with God, whether in the living room, workplace, classroom, or back porch. HOPE is an acronym for “Houses of Prayer Everywhere.” We are a resource dedicated to helping you as you build your house of prayer.
God’s people are waking up to the life-giving, hope-filled, Christ-encountering house of prayer. Just as Jesus said, “My house shall be a house of prayer” (Luke 19:46,) you can put your foot down and make the same declaration. Now is the time! It's simple. It’s immediate. It gives hope to the family.
When Christ started His church, He built a house of prayer. His house of prayer was located in the upper room. Today Christ is rebuilding houses of prayer everywhere. He will finish His mission, the same way He started it—from His house of prayer, to our house of prayer, which impacts our neighbors and the nations.
Definition: A house of prayer is the place where you choose to meet consistently to encounter Christ in prayer. Anytime. Anywhere. Anyone.
Mission & Vision: A house of prayer exists to welcome the presence of Christ into our daily lives—at home, at work, at school…anywhere! Ultimately, the mission of HOPE is to see every Christian family on earth become a house of prayer. We exist to help lead families to a life-giving, hope-filled relationship of intimacy with Christ through prayer. Our desire is to provide families with tools to build a house of prayer in their homes and ultimately anywhere God gives them influence. We provide video, audio, and print resources as well as live events (both online and onsite).
WHAT IS A HOUSE OF PRAYER?
A house of prayer is the place where you choose to meet consistently to encounter Christ in prayer. Anytime. Anywhere. Anyone.
Stories of HOPE
Watch and grow through encouraging testimonies of families that have struggled and learned how to build a house of prayer.