House of Prayer


Prayer has always precipitated the greatest moves of God throughout history. We find that at the darkest moments in time God has raised up communities of believers who are emboldened with hope to stand in spiritual defiance to their present reality. They call upon God until His government is established in the earth. Without question He is doing it again in this generation.

“There are moments in history when a door for massive change opens and great revolutions for good or evil spring up in the vacuum created by these openings. In these divine moments, key men and women and even entire generations risk everything to become the hinge of history, the pivotal point that determines which way the door will swing.” –Lou Engle

The Ekballo South Point house of prayer is strategically located at the most southern gate of the nation. We take seriously the scriptural mandate to, first of all, pray for those in governmental authority (1 Ti 2:1–4). We are also praying for laborers to be thrust into His harvest (Matt. 9:38), another student volunteer missions movement, 100,000 'sent ones' who are equipped to priest before the Lord and rule in the heavenly realms.





King David was a man of “one thing” (Psalm 27:4). Around 1000 BC, as an outflow of his heart, he commanded that the Ark of the Covenant be brought up on the shoulders of the Levites amidst the sound of songs and musical instruments to his new capital, Jerusalem. There he had it placed in a tent and appointed two hundred and eighty-eight prophetic singers and four thousand musicians to minister before the Lord, “to make petition, to give thanks and to praise the Lord” day and night (1 Chronicles 15:1–17:27). This was unlike anything that had been done in Israel’s history. God spoke to us to raise up the fallen tabernacle of David (Amos 9:11) wherever we go that He may be enthroned upon our praises.





We are praying for another student volunteer missions movement, 100,000 sent ones who are equipped to priest before the Lord and rule in the heavenly realms.


  • Priest before the Lord. Two edged sword in our hand and high praises in our mouth (Psalm 149:6)
  • Raise up the fallen tabernacle of David (Amos 9:11)
  • Pray that the Lord will ekballo laborers into the harvest (Matt. 9:38)
  • Pray for another great Student Volunteer Missions Movement
  • Pray for the final frontier of missions—the unreached people groups of the nations
  • Cover the United States of America with governmental intercession from the southern most tip of the United States (1 Tim. 2)