Countryside Christian church provides a model of hope and perseverance.
There is a rising remnant, a nameless and faceless generation of revival contenders, who refuse to steal God's glory.
It's time to step out in the power He has given us.
It began with just one step, Pastor David Crank says.
I believe it is our responsibility to birth this prayer movement that God desires to manifest.
"There's a real effort right now to take away every right we have to express right from wrong, not only in our pulpits, but in the public place."
"If you aren't a Christian, if you've rejected God, if you've turned your back on God, then you should fear the days ahead because they are going to be horrible."
If we organize our pursuits around our own pleasure, prestige and power, we'll live with the nagging fear that we'll never have enough.
When you discover that praise is the secret key to keeping the doors of intercession open, you tap into power.
Hint: It has to do with an attitude Jesus hated, but we often see today.
Jesus made a way for you to live in wholeness and completeness, no matter what situation you're in.
Even though evil looms large, people are willing to follow Christ unflinchingly because they realize what He has done for them. We would do well to embrace this disposition as well.
The enemy works hard on this one to infiltrate the body of Christ.
There seems to be a consensus that revival has arrived.
COVID gave the spirits of death and fear "some steroids," Michael Thompson says. But God.
And it was all done during COVID quarantine.
We are moving into a time of preparation.
"There's a spiritual awakening, and things in the Spirit just increase when you're in revival," Dr. Kristi Lemley says.
Thirty years ago, a wave of Christians came to the United States to escape Soviet persecution. Today, God is using these immigrants to bring revival to our nation.
Simply put, in can be found in one biblical command.