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WEEHOOT

An all night prayer festival… with breakfast to follow!!

Intentionally celebrative.

All night (12am-6am).

Bring your small blanket, pillow, coffee/tea mug (preferably a super-hero mug), shakers, guitar, and triangles.

It’s a whole community thing.

Bring your hunger for Jesus Christ.

Psalm 119:62 “At midnight I will rise to give thanks to You, because of your righteous judgments.”

WAKEY-WAKEY!!

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Thank you!

Thank you for your donation and generosity!

“And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work. As it is written: ‘He has dispersed abroad, He has given to the poor; His righteousness endures forever.’ Now may He who supplies seed to the sower, and bread for food, supply and multiply the seed you have sown and increase the fruits of your righteousness, while you are enriched in everything for all liberality, which causes thanksgiving through us to God.” (2 Cor. 9:8-11; NKJV)

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Testimonies from Community

“I want to thank God for the Tuesday night fellowship group because it has been a great blessing in my life – spiritual life – for a year and a half that I‘ve been coming there. I’m glad and thankful for the relationships that I built in the group; I’m grateful for the spiritual health and the financial health in partnering with me to plant seeds in the heart of thousands of children and families in the Philippines. Many souls have come to know Jesus because of the partnership with LoveHOP and the fellowship group. I pray that the partnership will continue as I begin a new journey in serving in the Philippines this year of 2016. One testimony that I can share is about a man in my most recent trip in November 2015 who committed murder, and after sharing the gospel to him in a city jail, he was touched by the Holy Spirit and he repented of his sin. He gave his life to the Lord. As a result, he wrote a letter to the family, asking them for their forgiveness. This could only have been done by the grace and love of God. Thank you so much who has helped planted seeds.”

~Gustavo Gonzalez 

“I came in at a perfect time to LoveHOP because I always wanted to develop a prayer life but didn’t know how to think about prayer; my point of view in prayer was off and was never sure how well prayer really worked, so I never got any real traction in my own prayer life. Tammy’s teaching on prayer, its effects, and proper point of view of how we see people and pray over them really gave me a new understanding of how God wants us to view the world. Praying with Nikkie and Daniel on Mondays helped me get real life practice and even more understanding of what was taught. I’ve been able to use what I learned about prayer in my own personal time. I also was able to connect with people at my church more deeply and in more detail through praying with them with this model and viewpoint of people.  It gave me a lot more boldness in an intercession type prayer even in my prayer time while starting to develop more of a reliance on the Holy Spirit to guide me. Also, LoveHOP was an answered prayer because I noticed in our homeless outreach, even though the goal is to build connection and relationship, I would always find myself not knowing how to make connection and running away from opportunities. I asked God to bring in workers to serve and model love for me first so that I can serve His people in return more effectively. After a week or two, I noticed God was using LoveHOP to do that. They have shown me how to have a heart for people in real life and build connection by doing it for me through a welcoming energy, being willing to talk about real issues, pray over me, give me bold encouragements, and taking time to teach me important things.  That following week I was able to make connection with the homeless community way easier and faster. I know this will also cross over into my church in time – the intercession, the ability to connect, etc. I really learned what love looks like in a deeper way, including gaps in my knowledge about the power of prophetic encouragement, affirming what is true, false compassion — it has been invaluable!”

~Arthur Kim

“Being a part of the LoveHOP community has grown my hunger for God. I sense His presence and have heard Him so often and seen Him move there so often that I am encouraged and excited to know Him even more. The Radical Lovers Internship has taught me how to steward this hunger well through worship, prayer, and fasting. It’s helped me in my relationship with God in helping me to realize and accept my identity in Him and not feel guilt or shame (as I used to feel frequently) in coming to Him. This has given me greater faith. It has brought me to new depths of understanding in relationships with people in teaching me how to see everything as beyond flesh and blood, that we wrestle not with flesh and blood but principalities and powers in high places. Knowing this has helped me in rebuking spirits that want to disturb my family and seeing them change as soon as I cast it off in Jesus’ name. I’ve felt more grace and compassion to see my family and friends and everyone in this way. This has helped me grow in wisdom and compassion in how to love and communicate with people that are transformational and not fruitless, that will point them to the love and power of God.”

~Teri Gartner

“I have received the gift of tongues, have developed my prayer life more and am drawing near to God. He has been healing the pain in my heart. When I read the Bible, I can now understand more of what the Word says allegorically from doing my Radical Lovers Internship homework with LoveHOP. I have learned so much about deliverance and hearing from God that I am starting to ask God to go back to the roots of my sin. I am learning to uproot them and water, so they do not come back. Also, I met new friends at LoveHOP who encourage me, and I appreciate how much everyone has helped me.”

~ Daniel Smith

 “The Cross-cultural Internship with LoveHOP has helped me understand people in where they are because I tend to misjudge. I’m learning to have compassion towards them when I do not understand them. In my marriage, my husband and I tend to misinterpret our strengths and weaknesses. He is more slow-paced than me, and I get frustrated. Through this class, we are able to communicate better, have harmony, and resolve conflict well. We are still in work in process, but we have gotten better.”

~ Leslie Denny

“God would answer questions deep in my heart that I sought the Lord for but not have clarity at the moment. God has used the Sunday trainings at LoveHOP to bring clarity in my thoughts. I asked the Lord how He expects me to be in this season because I have been going through a lot – testing, pressures, and darkness. I needed a reminder from the Lord how to position my heart. Then on a Sunday, I learned that He desires for us to find Him in the eye of the storm – to look to Him in the midst of the chaos and to have a steadfast heart in being where He has asked me to be.”

~ Christian Ghede

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Our Commitment to Privacy
Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice explaining our online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. To make this notice easy to find, we make it available on our homepage and at every point where personally identifiable information may be requested. Our privacy policy is designed to inform you of the types of information we collect, how we use that information, and the circumstances under which we will share it with nonaffiliated third parties.

Information Collection and Use
Love House of Prayer is the sole owner of the information collected on this site. We will not sell, share, or rent this information to others in ways differently than we have disclosed in this statement. Love House of Prayer information from our users at several different points on our website.

Examples of the types of nonpublic personal information collected at these pages are:

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Additionally, we collect nonpublic personal information about you from the following sources (in addition to our website):

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Categories of Nonaffiliated Third Parties to Whom we May Disclose Nonpublic Personal Information. Nonaffiliated third parties are those companies not under direct or indirect ownership or control with Love House of Prayer.  

We only disclose personal information about you to the following types of nonaffiliated third parties: Financial services providers, such as companies engaged in banking, credit cards, and consumer finance. 

We may also share the information we collect, as described above, with other nonaffiliated third parties such as third parties who may assist us in preparing monthly statements, and credit reporting agencies to whom we report information about your transactions with us. 

Please be advised that any opt out rights described below will not apply with the sharing of information necessary for us to process applications, such as with consumer reporting agencies, or to perform services that you request. 

By way of further example: 

Registration
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Log Files 
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Sharing 
We partner with other parties to provide specific services. When the user signs up for these services, we will share names, or other contact information that is necessary for the third party to provide these services. These parties are not allowed to use use nonpublic personally identifiable information except for the purpose of providing these services. We do not otherwise disclose nonpublic information to anyone, except as permitted by law. 

Links 
This web site contains links to other sites. Please be aware that we, Love House of Prayer, are not responsible for the privacy practices of such other sites. We encourage our users to be aware when they leave our site and to read the privacy statements of each and every web site that collects personally identifiable information. This privacy statement applies solely to information collected by this Web site. Operators may be subject to the FTC’s privacy regulations and if so, (i) the FTC’s regulations contain sample disclosures that operators may consider; and (ii) operators may be required to send annual notices in addition to initial disclosures to their customers. 

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If you have any questions about the security at our website, you can send an email at http://lovehop.org/contact-us


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As provided in this policy, we only provide your nonpublic personal information to a nonaffiliated third party in conjunction with the services that you have requested that we provide to you. All nonaffiliated third parties to whom we disclose your nonpublic personal information are contractually prohibited by us to disclose or use the information other than to carry out the transactions that you have requested. Accordingly, there is nothing for a user to opt out of with respect to how we currently use their non-public personal information. 

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If we decide to change our privacy policy, we will post those changes on our Homepage so our users are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it, and under circumstances, if any, we disclose it. If at any point we decide to use personally identifiable information in a manner different from that stated at the time it was collected, we will notify users by way of an email or US mailing so as to enable users to “opt-out” if we use their information in this different manner. We will use information in accordance with the privacy policy under which the information was collected.

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Some Friends of LoveHOP

These are some of the friends from other ministries that God has given the leadership privilege to meet, to encourage one another, and to build one another up in the faith.

Acts431 (organic campus ministry at CSULB- California State University Long Beach)

American University of Healthy Sciences (Pastor Gregory Johnson – Founder & CEO)

Church Multiplication Associates (Neil Cole- Executive Director)

FireHouse (Davis Hill – Executive Director)

Impact Harvest Church (Jack Lee- Founder & Director)

Iris Ministry in Zimbabwe (Pamela & Brian Jourden- Founder & Executive Directors)

Jeff Crume Ministries (Jeff Crume- Founder)

Kingdom Causes (Brad Fieldhouse- Founder & Executive Director)

The Light Christian Fellowship (David & Sharon Hino- Overseers & Founders)

MISSION SUPPORT NETWORK (Cathy & Stuart Greer- Director & Founders)

Nations Worship Ministries (Seyi & Ronke Olagunju- Directors & Founders)

Peculiar Solutions (Carlos Campos- President)

Radiance International (Jonathan & Sharon Ngai- Directors & Founders)

Shekinah Christian Fellowship (Dr. Nguyen Duc Bui- Founder)

OUR SPONSORS:

Cestvibe.com (Samuel Hernandez) – use code “LOVEHOP” for 10% proceed to us

Christinacho.com – Photographer

NETWORKS:

24-7 Prayer USA

Vietnamese Christian Alliance

His Power Portal

Pray California

TheCall

Global Legacy

Assemblies of God in Vietnam 

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Radical Lovers Internship Testimonies

It helped me in stewarding my time with God well and teaching me about fasting. It helped me in discerning His voie and looking for confirmation in Scriptures, signs, and people. I learn a more thourough description of the valiity of women in leadership. I learned about the demonic spirits which I never had been taught about in such depth. I learned the way you prepare yourself in prayer and identify them and cast them out. To pray with confidence and cast them out. I learned to new degrees the extravagant and patient love of Jesus in interpreting the Song of Solomon. I learned how this can be applied to dreams. It has helped me with my relationship with God by giving me a foundation of my identity in Him– knowing as soon as I come to Him He is already pleased and in love with me. It brings me to Him more readily and frequently instead of keeping me from Him by feeling unworthy and ashamed. It has brought me to new depths of love and trust in Him. It has helped me with my family in teaching me to display more of His patience and grace with them. It has helped in being able to identify strongholds in my family and cast them off. TO know the importance of removing all bitterness and unforgiveness in our relationships so the enemy has no open door. At work it has given me more boldness to proclaim my faith – I have been overcoming my fear of man. I had confidence to pray with families I worked with. Everything was helpful. Especially identity, inheritance, power passages, knowing the truth of the Word and walking in it. Identifying demonic spirits deliverance training. Interpreting song of Solomon. Learning about revival history of God moving through revivalists and [some of] their short-comings. 1 hour of prayer per day and fasting. Everything :). This is good for people who struggling with knowing their identity in God, people who are hungry to experience God more.

~Teri Gartner
Worship Leader at her church
Fall 2015 Intern

[I have learned] lots.  Interpreting symbols in Scripture, the demonic realm, deliverance. It gave me good guidelines to spend time with Him and to overcome obstacles in how I think about Him. It helped me love my co-wokers more and recognize the demonic forces working on myself and office. It has helped me to love my friends more, family more, and apply it in the workplace. Interpreting Scriptures, learning about the demonic or territorial spirits, inheritance passages was [the most helpful for me]. [I would recommend this internship to] any peson who is interested in deepening their relationship with Him an want a good overview of how to properly live the Christian life. It might not be for someone who is new in the faith, but who has been a Christian for some time and want a deeper understanding.

~Sarah Wiltfong

Sunday School Teacher & College Graduate from Calvary Chapel Bible College 

Fall 2015 Intern

I felt I lost identity of what it was that is me… I also wanted to understand the prophetic and interpret dreams and visions and take authority over demons and do deliverance on people. [I wanted to learn about] drawing closer to the Lord in intimacy to reach the nations as a missionary.

I learned a lot of new things. I learned about deliverance session how to identify the root of the problem….

I learned how to love people through their weaknesses and not be judgmental of people and myself and realize how He sees me and empower me as I am. If I take a hold of that identity, I can see others. It’s not my strength but my identity in Christ…

It has given me great boldness in my prayer. I know that when I ask, God will answer me. I can do anything that He asks me to do. I don’t have doubts in my mind that I am who He says that I am… as in that I am righteous… I feel I have a really strong hold on what righteousness is and nothing can change that. I learned how to discern people and where they are at… much greater understanding on how to people are broken as well as to bear with them through brokenness..

The best thing it has done because of the discernmen, it taught me how to discern the root and understand what is causing it. Because I understand, I have grace on them. It helps them and advocate for their identity when I understand what is going on. My lack of understanding made me very impatient. When now I understand why they do what they do, I can actually help them. My frustration was feeling empowerless or be able to do anything about it before. I am much less easily offendable because why they act the way they do. I see it as a past hurt. It has helped me a lot with people, and doesn’t bother people when people have issues toward me or others cause I get it.

It has helped me in ministry, enabled me to handle my leaders, be able to walk aside them and minister to them as well. It helped me be a better steward what God has given me to steward. Because of discernment, I have much wiser decisions on how to deal with people. In specific instance gossip and sound instructions and where it was coming from and my leader how this girl was hurt. When I pray into things, God would reveal things to me because I can steward things with love so much for people in a way that everything I do is out of love… When I do things prophetic, it is from foundation of love and assist them in their destiny and who they are. I think as a leader, it has kept me making a lot of mistakes in the form of being a leader or method… I don’t things based on a method but discernment of the heart of where they are at and particular circumstance they are in… based on what the Holy Spirit is doing and what would be best for them in the long run.

One specific instance a certain leader in our church lashed out at me, misunderstood somethings that happened. I was able to pray into it and go to that leader after I received clarity, I was able to bring correction while still being respectable and helping them understand from where it came back using the HAMBURGER method in conflict. That was a huge deal that saved a lot of future problems. I was able to draw the line in a wise and loving way and a line of respect.”

~Daniel WInkowitsch
Missionary & College Graduate from SAGU, TX
Fall 2014 Intern

Daniel Winkowitsch:

“I met a Samoan guy at a park and I identified who he was in his identity as an evangelist… I shared how he got broken. I diserned what was broken. He said it was because of his brother… began explaining to him who he was that he loved his brother deeply. I discerned his heart and advocated for his identity… I prophesied to him who he is called to be in a godly lifestyle to all mankind.

Knowing how to discern when in checking your heart… finding the heart of true discernment is through love, and not having a woundedness in your own hurt to know that the flesh is not tainting the prophetic.

I would recommend the internship to those who are called in leadership, those going to leadership, in church and in marketplace and potentially broken people. 

Another instance was dealing with individuals that were in the past with their prophetic dreams and visions… difference between accusations and the prophetic word of God.  It was during the season the truth of what was happening with the individuals that had dreams or visions that had accusations toward other leaders. I understood where they were getting that and how they were hearing it accurately and it had to do with brokenness. That was extremely important to do with the direction of my life and make wise decisions and hear clearly from the lord.

(RADICAL LOVERS INTERNSHIP:)

I felt I lost identity of what it was that is me… I also wanted to understand the prophetic and interpret dreams and visions and take authority over demons and do deliverance on people. [I wanted to learn about] drawing closer to the Lord in intimacy to reach the nations as a missionary.

I learned a lot of new things. I learned about deliverance session how to identify the root of the problem….

I learned how to love people through their weaknesses and not be judgmental of people and myself and realize how He sees me and empower me as I am. If I take a hold of that identity, I can see others. It’s not my strength but my identity in Christ…

It has given me great boldness in my prayer. I know that when I ask, God will answer me. I can do anything that He asks me to do. I don’t have doubts in my mind that I am who He says that I am… as in that I am righteous… I feel I have a really strong hold on what righteousness is and nothing can change that. I learned how to discern people and where they are at… much greater understanding on how to people are broken as well as to bear with them through brokenness..

The best thing it has done because of the discernmen, it taught me how to discern the root and understand what is causing it. Because I understand, I have grace on them. It helps them and advocate for their identity when I understand what is going on. My lack of understanding made me very impatient. When now I understand why they do what they do, I can actually help them. My frustration was feeling empowerless or be able to do anything about it before. I am much less easily offendable because why they act the way they do. I see it as a past hurt. It has helped me a lot with people, and doesn’t bother people when people have issues toward me or others cause I get it.

It has helped me in ministry, enabled me to handle my leaders, be able to walk aside them and minister to them as well. It helped me be a better steward what God has given me to steward. Because of discernment, I have much wiser decisions on how to deal with people. In specific instance gossip and sound instructions and where it was coming from and my leader how this girl was hurt. When I pray into things, God would reveal things to me because I can steward things with love so much for people in a way that everything I do is out of love… When I do things prophetic, it is from foundation of love and assist them in their destiny and who they are. I think as a leader, it has kept me making a lot of mistakes in the form of being a leader or method… I don’t things based on a method but discernment of the heart of where they are at and particular circumstance they are in… based on what the Holy Spirit is doing and what would be best for them in the long run.

One specific instance a certain leader in our church lashed out at me, misunderstood somethings that happened. I was able to pray into it and go to that leader after I received clarity, I was able to bring correction while still being respectable and helping them understand from where it came back using the HAMBURGER method in conflict. That was a huge deal that saved a lot of future problems. I was able to draw the line in a wise and loving way and a line of respect.”

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Payment for Internship

Pay online for the Internship. There are two steps that you need to take to pay for the internship. 

1. Pay for the non-refundable application processing amount. It is $20.

Non-Refundable Application Processing
Application Processing: $20Option 2Option 3

2. Pay for the internship using either the Sponsorship Program, pay it in full through monthly payments, or pay it in full and receive 5% discount:

a) Give the indicated amount if you are paying through the Sponsorship Program. 

b) Pay it in full through monthly payments:

Select this option if you are taking the Fragrance of Love Internship.

Fragrance of Love Payment
Fragrance of Love- $200 for 3 months

Select this option if you are taking the Radical Lovers Internship.

Radical Lovers Payment
Radical Lovers- $200 for 6 mos

c) Pay it in full directly and receive 5% discount:

Internship Payments (5% discount)
Fragrance of Love $570.00Radical Lovers $1,140.00