How We Serve
We serve Northwest Arkansas churches of all denominations in a variety of ways. We want to see the walls of division come down, the bonds of love and trust grow, and the Body of Christ come together through prayer and worship. We are uniting the Body of Christ to call on God to “impact” and “visually affect” Northwest Arkansas.
When the local church comes together as the united Body of Christ and seeks God for her neighbors, God is moved with compassion.
One Church NWA
One Church NWA is a city-wide prayer and worship event designed to unite the church in prayer for her city. During this event, worship is led by local churches, while pastors take turns praying for our city. Believers stop in to pray for their communities.
This is a time dedicated to praying for the lost, the sick, and the broken in our communities. When the local church comes together as the united Body of Christ and seeks God for her neighbors, God is moved with compassion.
Rallies are the time when the church intentionally gathers together to pray for her city.
At Joppa House, we understand that God speaks to adults and children alike. We believe that children are able to fully walk in the promises of God and have a full relationship with Him.
Joppa Kids is designed to supplement other church youth group programs by teaching them to pray and engage with God. We give them the tools to have a complete relationship with the Lord.
Our desire is to teach children to believe the promise given to us in Acts 2:17.
The Prayer Room
1225 W Hudson Rd, Rogers, AR 72758
There is a lot going on at Joppa House of Prayer, and the prayer room is the central hub to everything. Central to the programs, activities, and outreach of Joppa House is our prayer room, which is open to the public. The prayer room has been designed to reflect the tabernacle of David (1 Chr. 22–24).
Intercessory Missionaries Referenced in the Bible
We see a picture of this type of lifestyle in Luke 2:36-38
“And there was a prophetess, Anna the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Asher. She was advanced in years and had lived with her husband seven years after her marriage, and then as a widow to the age of eighty-four. She never left the temple, serving night and day with fastings and prayers. At that very moment she came up and began giving thanks to God, and continued to speak of Him to all those who were looking for the redemption of Jerusalem.”
Anna suffered the loss of her husband in her early 20’s. She dedicated herself to a lifestyle of prayer and fasting that lasted until Jesus was born. She proceeded to evangelize those around her with the good news of His coming. God is calling many to the same activity as Anna. God is rearranging lives in all spheres of influence – from the stay-at-home-mom, to the college student, to the business man or woman – to make radical choices in order to give themselves to this calling in the grace of God.
Perhaps God is speaking to you about how you are to connect with night and day prayer.
at Joppa House
Intercessory Missionaries mainly contribute with prayer, keeping the prayer room open for additional hours.
While an intercessory missionary is traditionally a full-time job, life may not allow this to happen. We do consider intercessory missionary on a part-time basis, as well.
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