Author Archives: Jono Hall

About Jono Hall

Disciple of Jesus, Husband and Father, Intercessory Missionary, Senior Leader at International House of Prayer and Teacher at IHOPU

Malaysia Airlines Flight #370, Sensational News and Thinking about Death

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has been a sensational news story. CNN as well as a number of other news networks have seen their ratings spike due to this story as the (probable) deaths of 227 passengers and … Continue reading

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World Vision’s Interesting Actions

It would have been interesting to have been a fly on the wall at World Vision over the last few days. On Monday they released a statement that they were changing their staff handbook to allow employees who were in … Continue reading

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The Most Important Rule of Marriage

Today I had the joy to marry Aaron Kremer and Erica Mazo. This short address was directed for them on this happy day, and yet, the challenge remains for all married couples today Erica and Aaron Many have heroes who … Continue reading

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Three Lessons the Moravians teach us about Prayer and Mission

At the back of the prayer room in Kansas City is a scripture quotation by someone we see at IHOPKC as something of a hero – Count Nicolaus Ludwig Von Zinzendorf. The reason being that Zinzendorf led a group of … Continue reading

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The Creative Forerunner

If you resonate with the truth of the forerunner ministry and you do not have a strong gifting in preaching from a platform are you invalidated? The very simple and obvious answer is no, and the truth is, due to … Continue reading

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10 Rules of Social Media Etiquette

“Therefore, I urge you, brothers, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed … Continue reading

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Why the Disciples didn’t tell Parables… or did they?

The main teaching methodology used  by Jesus to the masses was parables. Symbolic and analogous stories with deeper spiritual meaning. It is interesting when we get to the time of the Apostles that we do not find them using the … Continue reading

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Church History Bites – Why Palestine is Anti-Semitic

Transcript: The teacher in Ecclesiastes is correct that there is nothing new under the sun, how often do we look back into history so that we can learn Short Lessons from Church History is a podcast devoted to small bitesize … Continue reading

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Have we been sanctified or are we being sanctified?

There has been much confusion on the intertubes recently over the word sanctified. I have been told that I am now completely sanctified and completely perfect. Is this true? Well, in the New Testament the word sanctified means to separate … Continue reading

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Justification might not be the whole Good News – but it is the best news you will ever hear in this life.

Today is Yom Kippur – the Day of Atonement – surely the most solemn day in the calendar of the Jewish people. It is also a day that we remember the perfect atonement that took place. Jesus/Yeshua died on a … Continue reading

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