God wants to do amazing things through you as you submit to His plan for your life.
The fire that descends isn't just a little candlewick upon our heads. It is the power of God that burns within to win the world for Jesus Christ.
The church must contend for revival against forces from within and without.
Consider the vibrant history of the Azusa Street Revival—both the diverse key players and the racial division rampant then—and know revival is breaking out now.
The Lord will give you courage, resolve, endurance and holiness so that you are ready for a revival.
"We need to recover and rediscover the glory of what historical and biblical revival looks like," he says.
Charles Finney said, "The key which unlocked the heavens in revival was the prayers of [Father] Nash and others who laid themselves before God." Let the same be said of us.
Signs and wonders attracted people to Jesus, drawing people to faith and bringing glory to God.
You don't need an audience; you need obedience. God is equipping you for this season.
Salvaging the compromised church and dying world depends on it.
We're not to ask God to save us from this hour, for we were born for this hour, to rise up and radiate Jesus.
The disciples prayed in the upper room until heaven opened and the Spirit came down. The filling of the Holy Spirit forever changed them.
We have become professionals when it comes to marketing the Messiah, while neglecting much of His fiery nature that leads to conviction and needed repentance.
God longs for people to say yes to the ministry and mantle of intercession.
Without true spiritual fathers, we are stuck in a broken system of hirelings in the church instead of disciples.
The third annual event will take place Saturday in Washington.
"I am positioning them as forerunners with strong discernment to rescue those who have come from the darkest places and the pits of hell."
These six disciplines create a healthy, sustainable culture of revival.
Don't let feelings of unworthiness keep you from surrendering and submitting your life to Jesus.
Kisia Coleman knows works won't get her to Heaven, but she's doing her share of the workload for the kingdom.