Tag Archives: Revival

Pentecost 2018: Build A Bridge

The celebration of Pentecost was a few weeks ago but I am just now getting around to posting. At Passover we talked about tearing down walls; tearing down walls between Jew and Gentile, tearing down walls of racism, and more. … Continue reading

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Preparing for a move of God

I sit here listening to worship music thinking about how I have always wanted to see a lasting, transforming, non-stopping move of God. Over the last year the cry of my heart has been to know and see Holy Spirit … Continue reading

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The Key to Revival’s Door

This Father’s Day will be the 20th anniversary of the Brownsville revival.   Myself and maybe more importantly, well known leaders in the Church have been talking about the need for another great move of God, a third great awakening, … Continue reading

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Revival Culture

I’ve been thinking about revival a lot lately. When we hear the word revival most in the Church typically think 3-5 days of meetings with a special speaker. Sometimes revival can go longer, like at Brownsville. If we really stop … Continue reading

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Two Hindrances to Revival

I believe there are two major hindrances to any move of God, legalism and lawlessness. These two are opposite of each other but they have the same affect, effect, and infect; they stop the move of God. Legalism can take … Continue reading

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