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Revive Us

Empower Us

Acts 4:23-31 • August 30, 2020 • Pastor Léonce B. Crump Jr.

Today we begin a new, short series called Revive Us. This series, on Revival, started in both prayer and counsel, and I believe God will do great things in us through this time. For those of us who may not be familiar with the term Revival, or perhaps you are not yet Jesus’ follower, in it’s Webster form the word means simply, an improvement in the condition or strength of something. But in its Christian contextual form, Revival is God suddenly and dramatically revealing His presence so powerfully that society—its people and structures—is fundamentally altered. As I was taking my morning prayer walk, a few weeks ago now, I felt prompted to pray for Revival, so I did. Just a few days later one of our dear church mothers sent me a text message and said something akin to our need to pray for Revival. Then one morning just a few days after that, I was doing my daily meditation with the Abide App., and the theme was Revival. In fact, the entire week of meditations that week were about Revival. A series, I believe, of not so coincidental connections.

Guide Us

Isaiah 58:1-14 • August 23, 2020 • Pastor Léonce B. Crump Jr.

Today we begin a new, short series called Revive Us. This series, on Revival, started in both prayer and counsel, and I believe God will do great things in us through this time. For those of us who may not be familiar with the term Revival, or perhaps you are not yet Jesus’ follower, in it’s Webster form the word means simply, an improvement in the condition or strength of something. But in its Christian contextual form, Revival is God suddenly and dramatically revealing His presence so powerfully that society—its people and structures—is fundamentally altered. As I was taking my morning prayer walk, a few weeks ago now, I felt prompted to pray for Revival, so I did. Just a few days later one of our dear church mothers sent me a text message and said something akin to our need to pray for Revival. Then one morning just a few days after that, I was doing my daily meditation with the Abide App., and the theme was Revival. In fact, the entire week of meditations that week were about Revival. A series, I believe, of not so coincidental connections.

Forgive Us

2 Chronicles 7:12-15 • August 16, 2020 • Pastor Léonce B. Crump Jr.

Today we begin a new, short series called Revive Us. This series, on Revival, started in both prayer and counsel, and I believe God will do great things in us through this time. For those of us who may not be familiar with the term Revival, or perhaps you are not yet Jesus’ follower, in it’s Webster form the word means simply, an improvement in the condition or strength of something. But in its Christian contextual form, Revival is God suddenly and dramatically revealing His presence so powerfully that society—its people and structures—is fundamentally altered. As I was taking my morning prayer walk, a few weeks ago now, I felt prompted to pray for Revival, so I did. Just a few days later one of our dear church mothers sent me a text message and said something akin to our need to pray for Revival. Then one morning just a few days after that, I was doing my daily meditation with the Abide App., and the theme was Revival. In fact, the entire week of meditations that week were about Revival. A series, I believe, of not so coincidental connections.

Revive Us

Psalm 85:1-13 • August 9, 2020 • Pastor Léonce B. Crump Jr.

Today we begin a new, short series called Revive Us. This series, on Revival, started in both prayer and counsel, and I believe God will do great things in us through this time. For those of us who may not be familiar with the term Revival, or perhaps you are not yet Jesus’ follower, in it’s Webster form the word means simply, an improvement in the condition or strength of something. But in its Christian contextual form, Revival is God suddenly and dramatically revealing His presence so powerfully that society—its people and structures—is fundamentally altered. As I was taking my morning prayer walk, a few weeks ago now, I felt prompted to pray for Revival, so I did. Just a few days later one of our dear church mothers sent me a text message and said something akin to our need to pray for Revival. Then one morning just a few days after that, I was doing my daily meditation with the Abide App., and the theme was Revival. In fact, the entire week of meditations that week were about Revival. A series, I believe, of not so coincidental connections.