Come and receive fresh fire for a great spiritual awakening in New England. The Friday evening will major on dynamic worship, prophetic preaching, and a call to action. The Saturday morning will involve a Soul Winning Seminar, followed by street evangelism in the afternoon. Come and receive a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit for soul winning, for miracles, for transformation of the City of Boston and beyond. ReviveBoston is Boston’s Pentecost! ADMISSION IS FREE.
* Revival Gathering: March 6, 2020 @ 7:30pm-10pm.
* Soul Winning Seminar: March 7, 2020 @ 9am-4pm.
Kissed by the Son: Revive and Reform, July 12-14 at The Moody Center of Northfield, MA, is focused on experiencing and knowing the love and reviving presence of God, and bringing God’s kingdom to our spheres of influence, resulting in reformation in America. The topic also anticipates the upcoming 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims’ landing in 2020.
Guest speakers include Eric Metaxas, Chuck Pierce, Paul Jehle, Jon and Jolene Hamill, Phil Zaldatte and Mark Fee. Workshops by Dick and Mardi Keyes and John Rankin. Worship provided by local New England bands. Registration available for the whole conference with onsite lodging and meals, or by the day. Go to www.firstloveworks.org to register and for complete information.
THE SEND – FEBRUARY 23, 2019 in ORLANDO, FL
We are calling 60,000 people on 2/23/2019 to Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL for a tipping point gathering to help spark the greatest era of evangelism and missions in history. This free event is open to the public and will be a day of activation and training to go and live the gospel.
Outreaches across Orlando will precede and follow the stadium day giving people a practical opportunity to share their faith and minister to those in need. Online platforms will also be unveiled to help people find missions opportunities and engage with further evangelistic trainings and activities.
From The Send we are believing for each participant to commit to adopt one of four “Mission Fields” – Universities, High Schools, Neighborhoods or Nations, and to commit to a season of focused prayer for America and the nations. The vision is to see a national campaign launched catalyzing every believer into a lifestyle of Christ-like action.
Take part in this significant moment of U.S. history, along with:
-Reinhard Bonnke & Daniel Kolenda – Christ for All Nations
-Loren & Darlene Cunningham – Youth With A Mission
-Steve Douglass – Campus Crusade for Christ
-Claudio Freidzin – King of Kings Church
-Bill Johnson – Bethel Church
-Lou Engle – The Call
-Todd White – Power & Love
-Michael Koulianos – Jesus Image
-Lindy & The Circuit Riders ….. and many others who will gather together this day!
Visit www.thesend.org for more information or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today, Kelly Steinhaus, UniteBoston’s Team Leader, shares her perspective on God’s destiny for the city of Boston and how this is reflected in what is currently happening within the Christian community.
Above: Sunrise over the Charles River
Do you like watching the sunrise? I sure do.
Whether or not you prefer to wake up that early in the morning, we are in an amazing time where God is rising over this city, awakening hearts and calling people to the place of prayer.
Isaiah wrote this message to the city of Zion, the heavenly Jerusalem, and I believe it’s also a representation of what God wants to do in here in the city of Boston.
“Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you.
See, darkness covers the earth and thick darkness is over the peoples,
but the Lord rises upon you and his glory appears over you.
Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn.“ (Isaiah 60:1)
I want to specifically draw your attention to verse 3: “Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your rising.” This is actually strikingly familiar to a sermon preached by John Winthrop on his way to America, where he spoke that the new community they would form would be "a city upon a hill, that the eyes of all people are on us…We shall be made a story and a by-word throughout the world.”
You see, Boston’s destiny is to be a beacon of the nations.
Thus, the question becomes: what do we want to be known for?
Currently, Boston is one of the smallest world-class cities, known for its rich history and being an intellectual hub. With over 300,000 college students, Boston is a popular place to come to pursue high-class education.
But I believe that God has so much more for us – This is only the beginning.
What if Boston were to be known for the way the Christian community works together? As a city where people pray? As a place where love is displayed?
We all cry out for revival but don’t realize that what brings revival is repentance. Two weeks ago, Dr. Paul Jehle gave a lecture on the spiritual history of Massachusetts – he said that the Great Awakening was a direct result of the repentance that happened after the Salem witch trials.
Above: Pastors and leaders gathering to pray for Boston at the New England Regional Leaders meeting
I’m convinced that God wants to bring revival to Boston, we’re not ready for it. Our light shines brightest when we extinguish the darkness, so my prayer is for conviction and changed hearts, that we might be capable for the revival God seeks to pour out.
Brothers and sisters in Christ, may we arise and shine, so that the glory of the Lord can come upon us, that Boston might be awakened to its destiny as a city on a hill and a light to the nations.
Below: A photo of His Eminence Sean O’Malley of the Boston Catholic Archdiocese and His Eminence Methodios of the Metropolitan of Boston of the Greek Orthodox Church joining together to light the first candle of Easter night. Photo taken by Alexander Mavradis.