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1. Epivision stream of houses of prayer and the paradigm of the bridal King and Priest

Michael Leroy "Mike" Bickle

(born July 17, 1955) Mike is an American Evangelical Christian leader best known for his leadership of the International House of Prayer (IHOPKC). As the leader of IHOPKC, Bickle oversees several ministries and a Bible school. Bickle has written a number of books and served as the pastor of multiple churches.


On May 7, 1999, the International House of Prayer of Kansas City (IHOPKC) was founded by Mike Bickle and twenty full-time “intercessory missionaries,” who cried out to God in prayer with worship for thirteen hours each day. Four months later, on September 19, 1999, prayer and worship extended to the full 24/7 schedule.

The International House of Prayer is an evangelical missions organization that is committed to praying for the release of the fullness of God’s power and purpose, as we actively win the lost, heal the sick, feed the poor, make disciples, and impact every sphere of society—family, education, government, economy, arts, media, religion, etc. Our vision is to work in relationship with the wider Body of Christ to engage in the Great Commission, as we seek to walk out the two great commandments to love God and people.


History of the Prayer Movement

Around 1000 BC, King David established a tabernacle in Jerusalem and set a precedent of night and day worship before the Lord that continued at various times throughout Israel and Judah’s history. Each time this order of worship was reintroduced, spiritual breakthrough, deliverance and military victory followed. Likewise, throughout the centuries, groups in Ireland, Germany, South Korea, and elsewhere across the globe have established day and night centers of prayer and worship. Following in this tradition, in 1999 the International House of Prayer started a prayer and worship meeting in Kansas City.


The Tabernacle of David

King David was a man of “one thing” (Ps. 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 288 prophetic singers and 4,000 musicians to minister before the Lord, “to make petition, to give thanks and to praise the Lord” day and night (1 Chr. 15:1–17:27). This was unlike anything that had been done in Israel’s history, but it was God’s plan for Israel.


The Davidic Order of Worship

Although the tabernacle was replaced by a temple, the Davidic order of worship was embraced and reinstituted by seven subsequent leaders in the history of Israel and Judah. Each time this order of worship was reintroduced, spiritual breakthrough, deliverance, and military victory followed.



2. Epivision stream of grace teaching


Graham Cooke Mentorship, Transformation, Communities, Brilliant Book and BTV.

Author and speaker, Graham is a specialist in exploratory dialogue, thinks beyond the box and is a designer of creative materials  that release breakthrough and momentum.  Learn a little about Graham’s Brilliant journey with God.

Graham is a popular speaker around the world with a passion to empower the people of God to walk in their true identity. He is a powerful, revelatory communicator with a radiant idea of Jesus, himself and the Kingdom of God. His life and ministry are marked by his delightful, intimate, and unreserved two-way friendship with the Lord.

Graham has been involved in apostolic teams since 1981 and has cultivated a wide range of expertise in transitional development, corporate reinvention, and personal redefinition. He is a consultant to numerous churches, organizations and businesses. He is a mentor and wise counselor to those transitioning toward a higher dimension of personal and corporate life in the Spirit.

His prophetic insights are much sought after in the boardrooms of a variety of organizations. He is present/future in outlook. Outcome focused by design. Process oriented in planning. He is a specialist in exploratory dialogue, thinks beyond the box and is a designer of creative action plans that release breakthrough and momentum.

Graham is an author and a publisher with currently 20 books that bear his name. His books and teaching materials can be found at and  iTunes.

3. Epivision stream of healing devotions

Francis MacNutt

Francis Scott MacNutt was an American former Roman Catholic priest. Associated with the Catholic Charismatic Renewal he was an author of books on healing prayer, including as Healing, The Healing Reawakening and Deliverance from Evil Spirits.


Meet CHM Founders Judith and Francis MacNutt

As two of the most recognized and respected leaders in the healing ministry, Francis and Judith have traveled the world teaching about the love of Jesus Christ, and the power and effectiveness of healing prayer. Since its inception, CHM has operated as a Christ-centered, ecumenical and non-profit organization dedicated to the practice and teaching of healing prayer.

Francis’ entire ministry has been dedicated to bringing healing prayer back to its rightful place among Christians. In 1974, he wrote Healing, which has become a classic. He also has written The Power to HealThe Prayer That HealsOvercome by the SpiritDeliverance from Evil SpiritsCan Homosexuality Be Healed? and The Healing Reawakening. He and Judith co-authored Praying for Your Unborn Child.

4. Epivision stream of delivrance sessions


Peter Derek Vaughan Prince

Derek was a Bible teacher whose daily radio programme, Derek Prince Legacy Radio, is broadcast around the world in various languages.Derek Prince Ministries continued for the rest of his life to distribute his teachings and to train missionaries, church leaders, and congregations. As a Pentecostal, Prince believed in the reality of spiritual forces operating in the world, and of the power of demons to cause illness and psychological problems.

Frank Hammond and his wife Ida Mae have been called "perhaps the most influential practitioners of deliverance ministry."[13] Their book Pigs in the Parlor: A Practical Guide to Deliverance, published in 1973, is one of the most influential books on the topic,[13] and has sold over a million copies.[14] In diagnosing demon presences, they focused more on the moral, ethical, and spiritual signs of possession, rather than more dramatic physical manifestations like writhing on the ground.[13] As the title indicates, their book takes less of a theoretical/theological approach to deliverance; it's meant to be used by believers in real-life situations, and includes tools like seven signs of demonic possession and how to recognize when a demon has departed following a ritual.[13]

Bob Larson has also achieved widespread public notoriety, not just within the deliverance ministry movement itself. Larson is known for drawing media attention to deliverance practices; he performs exorcisms in front of live audiences, teaches exorcism workshops, and even had his own reality TV show, bringing a sort of theatrical quality to exorcism.[13] His daughter Brynne and her friends Tess and Savannah were featured on news channels in 2012 under the title "the teenage exorcists,"[1] even gaining the attention of news organizations and publications as well-known as BBC News[15] and People magazine.[16] (


5. Epivision stream of restoration renewal


Chester and Betsy Kylstra 

Founders of Restoring The Foundations ministry, Transforming Your Business ministry, and establishers of the Healing House Network. 

Restoring the Foundations was birthed in the heart of God. He desires that you live a joyful and abundant life! As our loving heavenly Father walked Chester and Betsy Kylstra through healing, He nudged them along the way to build a ministry to share His heart and healing touch with others.

In 1992, the Kylstra’s felt encouraged to establish a covering ministry for those that would be joining them to bring healing to the body of Christ. Many resources were developed, including the Kylstra’s groundbreaking book, Restoring the Foundations: An Integrated Approach to Biblical Healing. In the years that followed, the healing initiative became known as Restoring the Foundations (RTF). By 2000, over sixteen ministers and trainers, as well as office staff, were working with the Kylstra’s to bring healing to the Bride of Christ.

In January, 2001, the RTF Healing House Network was established as the new covering membership organization for qualified professional ministry teams. The Healing House Network provides a nationwide (and international) referral center for individuals and couples to receive personal ministry. As well, Healing House Network trainers provide quality training and oversight to help others to become qualified to bring healing to the body of Christ.  They work with local churches, communities, and the various RTF training centers.

As the reach and effectiveness of the ministry grew, the Lord providentially arranged the purchase of Echo Mountain Inn in Hendersonville, NC, in July, 2004. The Inn facilities became the home of Restoring the Foundations International, the RTF Healing House Network, and the newly established RTF International Training Center. Chester and Betsy, along with several other Healing House Network team members and staff, moved to Hendersonville to operate both the Inn and the Training Center. The first class arrived on August 1, 2004.  Seven nations were represented.

Restoring the Foundations International has continued to develop comprehensive training programs, numerous seminars, conferences, and specialized topics classes to equip others in ministry.

In 2014, the Lord led Chester and Betsy to begin the transition of the RTF ministry to their successors, Lee and Cindi Whitman.  At the annual RTF International Advanced Conference, September, 2015, the ‘official’  passing of the baton occurred.  We expect the ministry to continue to flourish under the leadership of Lee and Cindi, as they carry the vision of a healed Bride to the next generation.

In 2018, the Lord led Lee and Cindi Whitman to move the headquarters of RTF to Nashville, TN. You can see them sharing the leading of the Holy Spirit to this move.

6. Epivision stream of instructions from mount Zion

First Fruits of Zion

Daily laboring toward the kingdom of heaven, "a promise of what is to come." (Isaiah 2:3)

Rejuvenating believers, encouraging them to be zealous for Messiah and the Word of God

Messianic Judaism represents a great challenge to both Judaism and Christianity, but stands to be a potential turning point in the redemption of the world.

  1. First Fruits of Zion specializes in the study and teaching of Scripture from its historical, linguistic, and cultural context. Using the latest scholarship, ancient Jewish sources, and extra-biblical literature, we present a Messianic Jewish reading of the Bible and early Jewish-Christianity. We do this by publishing books, ebooks, magazines, journals, study programs, audio and audio-visual resources, and presenting new material through seminars, conferences, and guided Israel tours.

  2. The modern Messianic Jewish movement began in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries as Jewish believers in Jesus sought to reconcile their faith in Jesus with their Jewish heritage, and has become a bridge between the Jewish people and the broader church—helping the church to better understand its origin and identity. Abram Poljak, a pioneer of the twentieth-century Messianic Jewish movement, wrote:

  3. “If the Bible is true and if Yeshua is the Messiah and the King of the Jews, then the Messianic Jewish movement is the most important phenomenon of our time—the distinguishing feature indicating that the world has come to a turning point.” - Abram (Bram) Poljak

  4. We are a part of this prophetic movement in which we believe God's Spirit is returning his people to a proper biblical foundation rooted in Torah, Israel, and the Messiah. Our objective is to help rejuvenate the believer's faith, encouraging him or her to become zealous for Messiah, discipleship, and the whole Word of God.

Ministry Values

  • The fundamental goodness of all God's people

  • Learning, doing, and giving

  • Presenting a confident and forthright message with grace, integrity, and peace

  • Teamwork, interdependence, and mutual accountability

  • Solid academic work made accessible on a popular level

  • Consistency between our personal lives and the public message we represent

  • Excellence and professionalism

  • Responsible and careful use of our teaching platforms


7. Epivision stream of worship leading and adoration in mission



Engaging our world with the message of Jesus Christ



The vision of the Lausanne campus is to train and equip people from all over the world to be able to embrace a ministry vision for their future and their world.

For more than 40 years, the YWAM Lausanne campus has focused on equipping students to preach the gospel. The vision of the Lausanne campus is to train “young people of all nations” to embrace a ministry vision for their world. We are excited to pioneer into more nations using today’s advancing technology and the enthusiasm of our students. To achieve this vision, we focus on three themes: community, training, and outreach.

Markus & Anita Steffen
Base Directors



YWAM is an international movement of Christians whose passion is to know God and to make Him known. Since the organization began in the 1960s, the main focus has been empowering and encouraging youth into short-term missions opportunities. Today these opportunities are open to almost all ages with three main areas of ministry: evangelism, training, and mercy ministry.


We live, worship, and celebrate together in a multicultural setting that encourages diversity and personal growth in the Lord.

See Our Campus Life 


Training courses at the YWAM Lausanne campus are designed to inform, equip, and empower men and women to advance God’s Kingdom.

See Our Training Schools 


YWAM Lausanne is committed to sending teams of people out into the nations with the good news of the Gospel.

8. Epivision stream of prophetic solutionists


JAMES W. GOLL is the president of God Encounters Ministries and has traveled around the world sharing the love of Jesus, imparting the power of intercession, prophetic ministry and life in the Spirit. He has recorded numerous classes with corresponding study guides and is the author of more than forty books, including The Seer, The Lost Art of Intercession, The Coming Israel Awakening and The Lifestyle of a Prophet. James is the father of four wonderful children with a growing number of grandchildren, and makes his home in Franklin, TN.

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Flood water invasion in the virtual world


9. Epivision stream of creative artisans and scribe tribes


Theresa is the founder the Voices of Christ Apostolic Prophetic School of the Scribe, The Scribal Conservatory Arts & Worship Center and the only online fb group for original, apostolic teachings on scribal prophets, prophetic scribes and scribal ministry called SCRIBAL PROPHETS.

The Voices of Christ Apostolic-Prophetic School of the Scribe (called The School of the Scribe) is a pioneering, premiere educational center for present-day scribes with a strong, 20-year history rooted in its development and emergence.

Its focus is exclusively on providing in-depth teachings from an apostolic, academic, historical and revelatory perspective that unfolds the significance of The Scribal Anointing®, a 21st century revelation of the office of the prophetic scribe.

Ushered in by the apostolic reformation, scribal ministry is the divine backbone of the Lord’s apostolic Kingdom – impacting ministry and minisry efforts in all spheres of society both sacred and secular.

The School of the Scribe has five primary focuses:

  • We exist to root present-day prophetic scribes in their identity and purpose in Christ;

  • We exist to educate the congregation on the width, breadth and height of the scribal office;

  • We exist to capture, create, organize and archive an academic, historical and revelatory repository for equipping present-day scribes in The Scribal Anointing®;

  • We exist to preserve and protect Christ’s intention for the scribal office in the earth; and

  • We exist to increase, strengthen, align and call-forth the Lord’s Scribal Nation®.


Our teachings and ministry efforts are based on the following scriptural foundations: Matthew 13:52, Matthew 23:34, Ezekiel 9; Judges 5:14 and the Book of Ezra.

In addition, scribes may connect in our active Facebook group where Apostle Johnson engages daily with participants in the Sribal Prophets Facebook Group.


10. Epivision stream of end-time true news

and the prophetic revelations concerning Israel

Rick Wiles :

Tom Horn 


11. Epivision stream of Identity fellowship

John Eldredge is an American author, counselor, and lecturer on Christianity. He is known for his best-selling book Wild at Heart.

Wild at heart tribe

- Our hope is to change the face of Christianity. Our desires are to...Recover the treasure of the Gospel Transform the lives of men and women

- Teach men and women to walk with God While living it ourselves.

Equip men to rescue others Provide ongoing nourishment Show the way to new wineskins

12. Epivision stream of family and andragogical growth


​Mark Vickler

Training Without Walls

CLU and has enrolled over 10,000 students in 127 nations of the world (colored in blue on the map below). CLU is truly touching the world with the message of spiritual intimacy and the Holy Spirit’s power. Join this advancing team as it circles the globe!

13. Epivision stream of passionnate french radicalism


L'école des passionnés de Dieu

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