You’ll be trained in the word, music & ministry through our House of Prayer Internships. Download a FREE Sermon to get a taste of the internships.
LET'S ENCOUNTER JESUS
AT THE ENDS OF THE EARTH.
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PARTNER WITH US AS WE MAKE DISCIPLES IN THE NATIONS
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ENDS OF THE EARTH
Take a plunge in our worship, prayer & mission community in New Zealand. You’ll be trained in the word, music & ministry through our House of Prayer Internships and Schools.
3 Month Internship & Outreach
For house of prayer staff & families: Come be immersed in our worship & prayer community life. You will be on staff, utilized, invested in & empowered to walk in your calling. Three, Six, and Twelve Month commitment options.
A one week school featuring mornings in the prayer room and afternoons teaching from worship leaders.
was such a critical time in my journey as a young woman, and I can honestly say that I
had never before felt so pastored, cared for, and simply...enjoyed! Ryan and Betty have
an incredible gift to see gold in others, and bring it out! I always felt safe with them
because they lead by example. I particularly appreciate how Ryan challenged
the whole team to have an authentic prayer & devotional life. Almost every time the team
met, he would remind us of the importance of reading the Bible daily, and cultivating a
genuine relationship with Jesus. Ryan and Betty truly have hearts after God, and I'm so
grateful for their humility, integrity, and genuine leadership.”