Mike Bickle

Founder of the International House of Prayer Kansas City and International House of Prayer University

“There is urgency and importance in God’s heart to establish houses of prayer in strategic locations throughout our nation.The eastern seaboard is one of those areas. Gary has been trained in our context and by the hand of God has established a Missions Base, Eastern Gate. He has been faithful for years and leads with an excellent spirit. The NY/NJ metro region is one of great importance and an expression like this will reap benefits for the kingdom and the harvest. As director of the International House of Prayer in Kansas City I know that this is no easy task. I encourage you to prayerfully consider supporting Eastern Gate in both prayer and partnership for the increase of Jesus’ glory as our great King.”

Joel Richardson

New York Times best selling author and expert on Bible prophecy and the Middle East
“Eastern Gate House of Prayer resembles the early Church in so many ways. Its a place where you can find a great cross-centered theology, a healthy outward focus, and genuine discipleship, all built of it well established upon a solid foundation of ongoing prayer and fantastic worship. I love the people there and I love everything they’re doing.”

David E. Schroeder

Ed. D President of Somerset Christian College Zarephath, NJ
Lack of prayer for God’s guidance, leadership and enablement for any work of God is an expression of over-confidence in our own ability to achieve eternal results-a simply foolish notion. Anything worth doing is worth bathing in prayer. My heart rejoices that this younger generation sees prayer to be more about adoration than asking, more about praising than petitioning, and more about seeking the heart of God than the supply of God.”

Juan Galloway

President of New York City Relief
Eastern Gate is a strategic outpost for the move of the Holy Spirit in the Northeast. They strike a Biblical balance between worship and intercession vertically, leading to a release of social justice horizontally. This House of Prayer is a place for people of all denominations or no denomination to experience intimacy with God. This intimacy leads believers to act as agents of change and healing in their churches, communities and the marketplace.”