When Lou Engle is not overseeing right-wing "prayercasts" and rubbing elbows with Republican members of Congress, he is affiliated with the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, which is essentially a 24/7/365 version of one of his The Call prayer rallies.
CBN has produced this segment on the Holy Spirit outpouring in question:
IHOP's mission is to engage in constant prayer in effort to bring about and prepare the world for the return of Christ :
The digital signal from the International House of Prayer in south Kansas City, Mo., makes its way via Washington, D.C., to Jerusalem, where it streams live on God TV for broadcast all over the world.
This ... never ... stops.
Two in the morning, 8 at night, dusk and dawn. Holidays and ice storms. Time doesn't matter because these young worshippers are more concerned with the "End Times." The signs are here. The Messiah is near. Source
NOTE: "To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them." Isaiah 8:20.
"Notwithstanding the wide-spread declension of faith and piety in the churches, the Lord still has honest children among them; and before his judgments shall be visited upon the earth, many ministers and lay-members will separate from these bodies, and gladly receive the special truths for this time. The enemy of souls desires to hinder this work, and before the time shall come for such a movement, he will arouse what appears to be great religious interest in the churches. They will exult that God is working marvelously for them, when the work is that of another spirit. Under a religious guise, Satan will spread his influence over the land. He hopes to deceive many by leading them to think that God is still with the churches." 4SP 295.