Conference Sessions: Session 1: Friday, March 23rd, 7:00-9:30pm *Doors open at 6:30pm Session 2: Saturday, March 24th, 2:00-5:00 (Q/A from 4:15-5:00. Bring any of your questions about prayer) *Doors open at 1:45pm Session 3: Saturday, March 24th, 7:00-9:30pm *Doors open at 6:30pm
Conference Cost: $25 for all sessions or $10/single session Click here to register online or print off the registration form & mail it to Omaha, NE House of Prayer. You can also register at the door!
Conference Description: Prayer is the way that God has chosen for us to relate to Him; it’s conversation with a real person. For many believers however God feels distant. Prayer feels difficult and aimless if we don’t see it as the foundation of our relationship with a God who really likes us and wants to spend time with us. Join us for the Cultivating a Life of Prayer Conference as we cast vision for the value of developing an actual life of prayer as foundational to our walk with God. We want to equip you with provoking reasons why as well as to provide you with practical instructions about how we can grow in a lifestyle of prayer. This conference is aimed at helping you develop an enjoyable and effective prayer life.
Conference Speaker: Brad Stroup, Director of The Prayer Room, Dallas, Texas Brad and his wife Amy reside in Arlington, Texas with their three children. Brad serves as director of The Prayer Room Missions Base; a developing 24/7 prayer furnace with live worship. This ministry is run by full and part time staff and a small army of volunteers that have been holding daily prayer meeting 7 days a week since September 13th 2005. Brad has been teaching the Bible on at least a weekly basis for almost 20 years and out of the overflow of that teaching ministry started the Forerunner Equipping Center; a part time training school that focuses on equipping this generation to love the Lord with all their heart and make ready for His return. Brad also leads a national network of houses of prayer and travels internationally offering consulting to ministries wanting to cultivate a culture of prayer. Over the years Brad has been able to encourage dozens of houses of prayer, helping many to get started and strengthening others at various stages in their journey.