Welcome to Mike Bickle’s Online Teaching Library
This library, a ministry of the International House of Prayer of Kansas City, comprises a wealth of resources from over 25 years of Mike’s teaching ministry and provides access to hundreds of resources in various formats including streaming video, downloadable video, and audio, accompanied by study notes and transcriptions, absolutely free of charge. The audio and video files are best accessed using Firefox or Chrome.
Study Notes from 2013 onward are the transcript of the message merged with its handout outline. The transcript appears in italicized paragraphs in the study notes.
On Friday nights, beginning Feb. 3, 2017, Mike Bickle will be teaching a 12-part IHOPU course, Studies in the Life of Christ, Part 2. Continuing on from last semester’s Part 1, this course focuses on the person of Jesus and His message, covering events in Jesus’ life in a chronological way by harmonizing the accounts of the four Gospels. We look at the mystery of who Jesus is (Christology), what His message is, and how we are to love, relate to, and partner with Him.
The teaching session of this IHOPU course is open to the public. Worship starts at 6pm. Children’s Equipping Center classes are available for children ages 1–12 from 6pm to 9pm. You may watch the worship and teaching session live here: http://www.ihopkc.org/egs/
John Piper on the importance of studying end-time prophecy: Many in my generation of evangelicals have held dispensational eschatological chart-drawing in such derision that we have been virtually paralyzed in our study of prophecy. For two generations, perhaps, we have failed to study prophecy with anything like the rigor that it deserves. We have been so afraid of being viewed as one of those Zionist, right-wing, antichrist-sniffing, culture-denying, alarmist left-overs from the Scofield, prophecy conference era that we give hardly any energy to putting the prophetic pieces together — at least not in public. So my prophecy is that younger evangelicals who take the Bible seriously will start to feel like the paralysis of my generation was an overreaction to prophetic studies; Chris Tomlin and others will write more worship songs about the second coming; and younger scholars will not be embarrassed to write doctrinal dissertations on Daniel 9 and Matthew 24 and 2 Thessalonians 2, unintimidated by the academic scorn of futuristic possibilities. —John Piper, April 14, 2015