IHOP in Your Room

The wild folks at IHOP in Kansas City have a brand new high-quality webstream live from their 24-7 prayer room. I remember them setting up for this massive-thing when I was at One Thing. I’ve had their Noon to 2pm set on the speakers as they’ve been meditating on and singing through Jesus’ words in the Beatitudes, and David’s in the Psalms. The music is really nice. This is very good for my heart.

I spent some time at IHOP in September and January. I’m amazed by their passion and intensity and joy. And by the way they train young people to use their musicianship with excellence while still leaving such room for the spontaneous song. So much of their worship is unrehearsed, and yet still aesthetically-pleasing to both the ears and spirit. This is rare.

If you have a decent connection, check it out.

(Thanks for the reminder that the webcast is now up, Beth.)

7 Responses to “IHOP in Your Room”
  1. kerensa says:

    i did this last night just for an hour… what a time with God… thanks for putting it up, i had no idea they had this…

  2. Rachel says:

    Hey there. Thanks for this tip. I just enjoyed some much needed quiet time.

    Also. I had my first stateside Indian food experience tonight. (I figured after nearly a year, I could end the mourning period for our restaurant.) However. It was below par. The vegetable korma tasted like ketchup, and the chicken tikka masala just was not very good. (And there was no Borba to go with it!) The sweet nan did hold up, however, and was the meal’s saving grace. : ) Just thought you should know.

  3. lisa says:

    another reason you should come to east africa, rachel. great indian food here 🙂

  4. elizabeth says:

    hi…i totally blog-stalked you (from rachel’s xanga). can we be friends?

  5. Jenelle says:

    It makes me happy knowing you had that nice hour with God. Bless you.

  6. Jenelle says:

    Glad you could partake in the IHOP goodness. And that you caved to American Korma! I had some stuff in Herndon a few weeks ago while Elise’s flight was wavering at Dulles. It was good, but not like our boys in Sao Joao.

  7. Jenelle says:

    Another reason I’m happy to come visit in August! Who knew? Great Indian in Tanzania!

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