Revival

Digging Ditches

Jeremy Simpkins | Sun, 18th Mar 2018

The word revival is back on the lips again of people in Newfrontiers and beyond! There’s a deep sense of faith, a call to prayer and a longing that God's compassion and power is released in the land. Our prayer meetings and preaching are lining up with the expectations that God is going to move again with power across this nation.

But what is revival? What does the bible say about it? How do we prepare for such miraculous breakthrough?

What an encouragement to have Jeremy Simpkins, pioneer of Christ Central Churches, unpacking what the bible says about revival and how as a people we are to be prepared for such a move of God.

After listening to this sermon the question we must ask ourselves is will we be ‘ditch diggers’ and what will that look like in the places and relationships that God has positioned us for mission.

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