Short answer: The Lord!
Longer answer: We were inspired by David’s tabernacle (1 Chron. 16) where singers and musicians were commissioned to minister before the Ark of the Covenant. God is raising up many 24/7 houses of prayer all over the entire earth and we believe this is a partial fulfillment of Amos 9:11 where God said He would rebuild the fallen Tabernacle of David.
You can expect to experience the presence of God in a tangible way. "Yet you are holy, enthroned on the praises of Israel." Psalm 22:3 You will see many different expressions of worship in our sets. We encourage you to participate in God-focused worship choruses, spontaneous worship, prophetic new songs inspired by the Holy Spirit, dancing before the Lord, and intercession led by the Spirit of God most often through the Scriptures.
When we were starting, we assumed we would be called Longview House of Prayer. Kayce was praying and sensed the Lord say "Throne Room." He gave us a vision to look very much like Revelation 4 where everyone surrounds the throne of God and ministers to Him day and night. Our King sits on His throne in heaven, but we come boldly to make our petitions (Hebrews 4:16) and in response, He makes decrees in agreement with His will.
We meet in the basement of the Lee Building in Gladewater, TX. Go around to the back and you will see the entrance down the ramp with a set of big double doors. Our good friend and fellow worship leader, Tim, owns the building in Gladewater and offered to let us use it as long as we need it until we can find a place of our own in (downtown) Longview.
There are about 14 of us who rotate in staffing each harp and bowl style prayer/worship set. Sage, Shana, Cory, Kayce, Nichole, Kacey, Nathan, and Jim started everything and were quickly joined by Sydni and Tim. Our team is ever-growing. You can expect each set to be a little different depending on who is leading that day, but each set will be focused on worshipping Jesus, praying the Scriptures, and listening to the Holy Spirit for direction.
We hope that when you come, you will engage with the Lord in prayer and worship. We do not expect everyone to pray in a microphone, but there is a microphone available if you feel led by the Lord to do so. There is usually a time at the end of each set for "rapid fire" prayers where we give opportunity for each person to pray for 15-30 seconds on a specific topic lined out by the prayer leaders for that day.