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The Chapel Service That Launched Asbury University Revival
On Feb. 8th students at Asbury University gathered together in Hughes Auditorium for a chapel service. One week later, that service hasn't stopped. So what happened that led up to the revival?
Asbury University Reverend Zach Meerkreebs was preaching to the students about love. Now thousands from around the country have flocked to the sleepy town of Wilmore, Kentucky to partake in the miraculous move of God.
In this Charisma magazine video, we play clips and talk about the sermon he shared that has put a spotlight around the university for the world to see.
'The Chosen' Star: Role Sparked Her Love for Jesus
Mary Magdalene is one of the first characters to come onto the scene in the hit Bible series "The Chosen." Her character's grit and vulnerability has not only impacted viewers, but the actor who portrays the disciple as well.
Elizabeth Tabish, 36, recently told CBN's Faithwire her role in the series, a biblical and historical drama created by Christian filmmaker Dallas Jenkins, has profoundly impacted her own understanding of Jesus.
"Living with these scenes and living with the words of these scenes ... I'm thinking about it all day long," she explained. "I'm thinking about the character, the goal for the character, of what they're wanting in the scene. ... And it starts seeping into my own sort of, like, consciousness. It becomes sort of an ongoing meditation almost on these themes."
Dr. Michael Brown: Why Asbury Revival Is 'Exactly What We've Been Expecting'
America is hungry for revival, and the recent outpouring of the Holy Spirit at Asbury University, already spreading to other college campuses, is proof of hungry hearts yearning for God's refining fire.
As one of the leading ministry figures during the Brownsville Revival in Pensacola, Florida, that started in June 1995 and continued for several years, Dr. Michael Brown is exhilarated at the revival taking place, but isn't surprised by what is occurring.
"First, I'm thrilled to hear the reports," Dr. Brown shared in a Charisma News exclusive interview. "I know some people on or near the campus that have come back with wonderful reports. So, I'm rejoicing, I'm blessed, but I'm not the least bit surprised."
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