OPINION (Charisma) – A move of God in Jesse, West Virginia has left many wondering—how could any pastor promote seeker-sensitive ministry? This is what revival looks like. Surrendered hearts, holy fire, relentless worship. Intercession. Chains broken, healing happening, persistent people who are hungry for more. Firebrands. Revivalists. Reformers. Revolutionaries. Pursuing the face of God and His heart. Different states, different intercessors, all coming together with one voice: a cry for the fire of God and revival to hit this land and shake the world. May the flames of intercession never go out in Appalachia! —Sarah I’m back


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home in Branson, Missouri after a weekend of indescribable fire. I was somewhere near the middle of nowhere in Jesse, West Virginia, and I’m still trembling in my spirit. The anointing and stirring of the Holy Spirit are radiating through me. The power of God descended in that remarkable mountain revival town and many are testifying that their entire lives have been transformed. They can never go back to life or church as usual! I experienced a church that actually had the guts to turn the Sunday service into a prayer meeting. I wrote about this in one of my most popular charismamag.com articles titled “5 Major Changes Coming to the Church.”Sunday services being transitioned into prayer meetings was one of the major changes I addressed. It happened in West Virginia that morning. READ MORE

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