Tennessee Middle School Students Ride the Revival Wave:
Don't tell these Tennessee youth that God is dead, and that GenZers don't have a future in God's kingdom plans.
On the cusp of nationwide outpourings, including The Asbury Revival, students at Grace Christian Academy in Knoxville experienced "an unplanned worship service" last Friday where several middle school students held prayer, shared confessions and even made professions of faith," The Christian Post reported.
7 Ways to Spread Asbury Revival at Your Church:
By now you've heard that leaders at Asbury University decided to end the continuous revival meetings that broke out on their campus on Feb. 8. It wasn't an easy decision—students didn't want to stop praying and worshiping, and the crowds kept coming to the tiny town of Wilmore, Kentucky. So many hungry people visited Asbury from around the world that lines were sometimes half a mile long to get into three campus auditoriums.
But the reality is that everybody can't go to Kentucky, and there aren't enough auditoriums in Wilmore to hold all the people who need the fire of the Holy Spirit. The Asbury Revival was never about Asbury. God was using that school as a catalyst for a nationwide movement. He wants revival to spread everywhere.
'Putting the "Witch" in Witch Hunt':
The warning signs have come and gone, now America is entrenched in a battle against the occult.
For Christians, sitting on the sidelines while Satan strengthens his hold on society is not an option.
The foreman in the Georgia Grand Jury, Emily Kohrs, caused a firestorm over the past 48 hours after her interview on CNN.
Kohrs was steeped in the occult and witchcraft, sharing dozens of posts about making potions, astrology, casting circles, tarot cards and much more.
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