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

The Difference between Magic and Miracle

“The righteous shall live by faith” was initially a prophetic declaration by the prophet Habakkuk, this truth was then seized upon by the Apostle Paul as a cornerstone of the gospel of Jesus Christ. In two letters where the Apostle … Continue reading

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Cornelius’ Journey in the House of Prayer for All Nations

My name is Cornelius. I am a Centurion in the Italian Cohort. I have been stationed in a remote Roman province called Judaea. I was initially resistant to this posting, but in recent years have become very interested in the … Continue reading

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Were the Confusion of Languages at Babel a Curse or a Blessing in Disguise?

Some people jokingly ask the question what language will be spoken in heaven. Is it English, Chinese, Hebrew or Aramaic? Humanity speaks about 7000 living languages on the earth today and throughout history this number increases dramatically (I’m pretty sure … Continue reading

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Can Homosexuality be “cured”?

There has been much in the news over the last few year about Christians trying to cure gays. Silly Christians…  In California there is a current court battle about the proposed ban on gay conversion therapies for minors. Between 1952 … Continue reading

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God Loves Uganda Review

By Jono Hall At the Sundance Film Festival this year a film premiered entitled God Loves Uganda. The showing of this film resulted in a universal demonization of the the Christian ministry of which I am a part, the International … Continue reading

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When Will We Give Up “Falling in Love?”

I was watching a movie last night (Salmon Fishing in the Yemen). It was typical Hollywood fare (albeit set in Britain and the Middle East). One scene struck me; the main male protagonist of the movie was shown to be … Continue reading

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Making Decisions?

We all have choices to make, some of them are small and inconsequential like what color socks I should wear today, whether I should order a burger or a salad (which might not be inconsequential if you order a burger … Continue reading

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Do Guns Kill or Do People Kill?

I, like every other American, was shocked and saddened by the tragic events that unfolded at Sandy Hook Elementary School recently. As well as thinking about the shattered hopes and dreams and painful loss of those in Newtown, my thoughts … Continue reading

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Tertullian on Marriage

“How beautiful, then, the marriage of two Christians, two who are one in home, one in desire, one in the way of life they follow, one in the religion they practice . . . Nothing divides them either in flesh … Continue reading

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The Korean Church and the Great Commission

I’ve just spent three days at Wheaton College to interview a number of Christian leaders. The reason the leaders were gathered at the college was to minister to a Korean Missions Conference. In addition to the general mission leaders, I … Continue reading

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