Prayer partners included the International House of Prayer and the American Family Association.
What does IHOP stand for?
IHOP stands for International House of Prayer
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 14 other meanings of IHOP in our Acronym Attic
- Infostructuur Hoger Onderwijs Limburg (Dutch: Limburg Higher Education Infostructure)
- Institute for Healing of Memories (Cape Town, South Africa)
- It Happened One Night (movie)
- Ice Hockey Officials of Northern Connecticut
- Information Hyperlinked Over Proteins
- Internal Heat or Pressure
- International H2O Project
- International House of Pain (slang for sports conditioning)
- International House Of Pancakes (restaurant chain)
- International House of People
- Iowa Hall of Pride (Des Moines, IA)
- Immokalee Helping Our People in Emergencies
- Integrated History of People on Earth (project)
- International House of Prayer Prague (Czech Republic)
- International House of Roms (video game system web site)
- International House of Reasonably Priced Water and Fries and Stuff (Hannah Montana)
- Independent Housing Ombudsman Scheme (London, England, UK)
- Integrated Health Outreach System (Texas)
- International Hospital Outcomes Study (UK health questionnaire)
- International House of Steve (website)
Samples in periodicals archive:
One of the organizers of the stadium event was the International House of Prayer, a controversial congregation based in Grandview, Mo.
One of the organizers of the event is the International House of Prayer, a controversial congregation based in Grand view, Mo.
In addition, the controversial International House of Prayer is backing the event.
At a "Passion for Jesus" conference in Kansas City sponsored by the International House of Prayer, a ministry for heavy metal, punk and goth teens, the SPLC quoted Engle as saying: "There's an Elijah generation that's going to the forerunners for the coming of Jesus, a generation marked not by their niceness but by the intensity of their passion.