Participants can now choose to join Sunday classes (2-6pm), Tuesday classes (5.30-8pm), or the Wednesday classes (9 am-12 noon) within Nairobi and its environs. The class timings make it suitable for those who are unable to find time either during weekdays or weekends. In particular, pastors and other ministry leaders can benefit from the Wednesday class. There are several training centres in most of our Counties in places such as Kisumu, Busia, Kakamega, Eldoret, Nakuru, Kajiado, Thika, several centres in Ukambani Counties, Mombasa, Nairobi, among others.

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Our leadership Training Programme in Intercession and Spiritual warfare takes place in several centers around the Nation. Each center is coordinated by a team of trained volunteers who are committed to see their County transformed through consistent and strategic prayer. These centers run the training at least once a month. Each centre take up much of the teaching tasks and reach out deeper into their sub-counties.

Organized night vigils and prayer walks are part of the training. Prayer missions are organized directly or through Kenya House of Prayer projects such as Healing the Land, Jehovah Jireh and Operation Solomon. These added advantages are initiatives that enable participants to experience corporate prayer and spiritual warfare first hand.
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Prayer journeys 2014-2017 National Prayer Strategy

Prophetic praying over the Nation from the top of Mt Kenya, 2013

After five months of training period, participants from ALL the training centres countrywide congregate for a weekend ‘graduation’ camp. The camp is a key milestone where the Kenya House of Prayer fraternity join together to seek the Lord for direction and strength. Participants enjoy refreshing times of morning glory just as Jesus did (Mark 1:35). This is followed by a concerted time of Word, Prayer and fellowship during the day. We take pleasure in fasting, commissioning and sharing of a fellowship meal. We have seen God answer many prayers made during these graduation camps.

Those who graduate from the training class and all Kenya House of Prayer alumni are eligible to join the Advance class that takes place once a month from five months from July to November. This special training enables believers’ to have clear vision and strategy on the power of prayer. We endeavour to develop a spiritual warfare army and a watchman company in the Body of Christ that will take initiatives and stand in the gap on behalf of the family, community, society, city and nation. By expounding on the prophetic times and seasons, the training seeks to develop the ministry of prophets and teaching priests in the nation.

KHP Youth Training in session

“His seed shall be mighty upon earth: the generation of the upright shall be blessed” – Psalm 112:2 (KJV).

The program is designed to train and develop children/youth with the purpose of strengthening their spiritual capacity to pray as well as enable them realize their full potential and prophetic destiny.

“But Jesus said, “Let the little children come to Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the Kingdom of heaven.” And He laid His hands on them and departed from there. (Matt 19:14-15 NKJV)”.

God is calling the young people to their strategic importance and rightful place in His Kingdom so that they can contend with their enemies in the gate (Psalm 127:4). In God’s hands, young people are precious generation to carry on the prophetic destiny of a nation. We are expected to pass on our spiritual heritage to the next generation (Psalm145:4).

The strategic objectives include:

  • Mobilize and disciple the young people to develop a practical relationship between them and the Lord
  • Re-enforce the practice of reading and applying the word of God among the children/youth.
  • Provide a forum where young people can appreciate God’s love for them as they share the word and pray together.
  • Motivate children/youth to recognize and pursue God’s purpose for their lives.
  • Equip the young people to be able to serve God in the course of their lives and through their careers