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There are 3 kinds of churches.  Which is yours?

1. DEAD CHURCHES that are led by leaders who are not spirit filled or anointed and who have  
    members that are unregenerated or backsliden. 

    Marks: Complacent, mechanical, lackadaisical, passive, status quo, boring, luke-warm.

2. REVIVED CHURCHES that are led by believers that have been with Jesus and are filled with the 
    Holy Spirit's power.

   Marks: Repentance, humility, fervent prayer, freedom, spontaneity, intimacy, holiness, passion.

3. PERFECTIONIST CHURCHES that confuse numbers, growth and activities for God's blessing but 
    who never experience true revival because their professionalism, programs, agendas, style, 
    personalities and church politics get in the way of revival taking place within their churches.

   Marks: Thriving, excellence, busy, arrogance, favoritism, controlling, efficiency, performance.

​Why book our revival Services for your church!

Our revival services are hosting by a gifted, passionate and anointed team of evangelist, soloist and worship leaders. Powerful testimonies of physical healing from devastating accidents are featured at our revival services for the purpose of setting the stage for our evangelist to preach about the greatest healing of all which is being born again by the spirit of God. 4 Keys to revival in your life, family, church and community.

Chronicles 7:14 “If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.”

1. Reject an independence from God- "Humble themselves"- Turn away from self
2. Regenerate an intercession with God- "Pray"- Turn towards supplications
3. Reclaim your intimacy with God- "Seek my face"- Turn towards the spirit
4. Repent of iniquity before God- "Turn from their wicked ways"- Turn away from sins

How you answer the questions below will reveal what your true allegiance are and where your heart is.

1. What is the most important thing in your life?
2. What makes you happy?
3. What is your top priority in life?
4. What or who comes first in your life?
5. Who or what controls your life?

Revival starts with surrender. Have you surrendered all to Jesus?

Luke 14:33 Jesus said, "Whoever of you does not forsake all that he has cannot be My disciple".

Lyrics to Hymn "I surrender all"

All to Jesus I surrender,
All to Him I freely give;
I will ever love and trust Him,
In His presence daily live.

I surrender all,
I surrender all.
All to Thee, my blessed Savior,
I surrender all.

All to Jesus I surrender,
Humbly at His feet I bow,
Worldly pleasures all forsaken;
Take me, Jesus, take me now.

All to Jesus I surrender,
Make me, Savior, wholly Thine;
Let me feel Thy Holy Spirit,
Truly know that Thou art mine.

All to Jesus I surrender,
Lord, I give myself to Thee;
Fill me with Thy love and power,
Let Thy blessing fall on me.

All to Jesus I surrender,
Now I feel the sacred flame.
Oh, the joy of full salvation!
Glory, glory to His name!

Booking our Revival Services!

You have the option to book one of our evangelist or our whole revival team which includes our worship team. These revival services are highly inspirational as they will motivate unbelievers and believers alike to surrender all to Jesus. All our services are concluded by a alter call and invitation to come to the Lord for salvation and renewal. You can book your revival services by calling us at: (416) 731-6120

Below are 20 of the topics that our evangelist preach on:

1. Marks of a true believer
2. Have you been revived? (Eph 2:1-10; Rom 8:11; Col 3:1)
3. Making disciples is our main mission (Matthew 28:19-20)
4. Are you a fisher of men? (Matthew 4:19)
5. He that winneth souls is wise (Proverbs 11:30)
6. Faith cometh by hearing (Romans 10:17)
7. Form without Power (2 Timothy 3:5)
8. Church Matters!
9. Making a false profession (Judas & Demas)
10. Playing church- Fan or Follower? (John 6:66)
11. Counterfeit Christians (Matthew 13:24-29; Hebrews 6:4-6)
12. Backsliding within the church (Luke 9:62)
13. Seeing ourselves in the Pharisees (Matthew 23)
14. Obedience is better than sacrifice (1 Samuel 15:22)
15. Why revival tarries? (2 Chronicles 7:14)
16. Cold, lukewarm or hot (Revelation 3:16)
17. Drawing near with our lips but not our hearts (Is 29:13; Mat. 15:8)
18. Missing heaven by 16 inches (Jeremiah. 29:12-14)
19. Are you trying to serve two maters? Matthew 6:24
20. How long will you waver between two opinions? 1 Kings 18:21
21. The Shock: "I never knew you" (Matthew 7:21-23)
22. Have you surrendered all to Jesus? (Luke 14:33)
23. Hearers but not doers (James 1:22)
24. Are you sowing the see of the Word (Matthew 13:1-9)

What is revival?

When we say church revival what comes to mind? Big tent? Fire and brimstone preaching? Lots of shouts of Amen, Hallelujah, Thank you Jesus? Certainly in times past we have seen all of these things but truth be told, revival in the church is very rare and sometimes nonexistent today. I think this is mostly because in today’s high-tech, fast-paced, rush-rush world we have lost sight of what it means to devote time to steadfast prayer for the unsaved; to share the good news about eternal life. A good definition of revive is found in Merriam-Webster as:

1. to make (someone or something) strong, healthy, or active again
2. to quicken, awaken or bring back to life
3. to bring (something) back into use or popularity

How descriptive of our church today are those definitions!? We need to be revived – brought back into use or popularity because in so many areas of the world our church is weak and inactive. Take a look at some Christian quotes about revival that I have found.

Featured Christian Quote About Revival: “Oh! men and brethren, what would this heart feel if I could but believe that there were some among you who would go home and pray for a revival men whose faith is large enough, and their love fiery enough to lead them from this moment to exercise unceasing intercessions that God would appear among us and do wondrous things here, as in the times of former generations. ” ~ Charles Spurgeon

The Bible on Revival

Psalm 85:6 “Will you not revive us again, that your people may rejoice in you?”

The psalmist is asking God for revival so that once again the people can rejoice in God. Where does revival begin? If you are not a Christian, you can’t even be revived because you must first be “made alive in Christ (Eph 2:5). If you are a believer, draw a circle around where you are standing. Revival starts within that circle. The Hebrew word for “revive” is “chayah” and means “to be quickened, to be made alive,” and “to be restored” showing what I just said; you must first be quickened or made alive by the Spirit of God before revival can occur and this takes a new birth (John 3:3, 7).

Chronicles 7:14 “If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.”

Psalm 19:7 (ESV) The law of the LORD is perfect, reviving the soul; the testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple;

Psalm 80:19 Turn us again, O LORD God of hosts, Cause thy face to shine; and we shall be saved.

Isaiah 57:15 For thus saith the high and lofty One That inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place, With him also that is of a contrite and humble spirit, To revive the spirit of the humble, And to revive the heart of the contrite ones.

James 4:8 Draw nigh to God, and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sinners; and purify your hearts, ye double minded.

Andrew Murray on Revival

A true revival means nothing less than a revolution, casting out the spirit of worldliness and selfishness, and making God and His love triumph in the heart and life.

The coming revival must begin with a great revival of prayer. It is in the closet, with the door shut, that the sound of abundance of rain will first be heard. An increase of secret prayer with ministers will be the sure harbinger of blessing.

There is need of a great revival of spiritual life, of truly fervent devotion to our Lord Jesus, of entire consecration to His service. It is only in a church in which this spirit of revival has at least begun, that there is any hope of radical change in the relation of the majority of our Christian people to mission work.

Billy Sunday on Revival

I believe there is no doctrine more dangerous to the Church today than to convey the impression that a revival is something peculiar in itself and cannot be judged by the same rules of causes and effect as other things.

When is a revival needed? When carelessness and unconcern keep the people asleep.

When may a revival be expected? When the wickedness of the wicked grieves and distresses the Christian.

Trying to run a church without revivals can be done when you can run a gasoline engine on buttermilk.

Charles Finney on Revival

There can be no revival when Mr. Amen and Mr. Wet-Eyes are not found in the audience.

Revival comes from heaven when heroic souls enter the conflict determined to win or die-or if need be, to win and die! The kingdom of heaven suffereth violence, and the violent take it by force.

A revival is nothing else than a new beginning of obedience to God.

When the church finds its members falling into gross and scandalous sins, then it is time for the church to awake and cry to God for a Revival of Religion.

When there are dissensions, and jealousies, and evil speakings among professors of religion, then there is great need of a revival. These things show that Christians have got far from God, and it is time to think earnestly of a revival.

Henry Blackaby on Revival

When Holy God draws near in true revival, people come under terrible conviction of sin. The outstanding feature of spiritual awakening has been the profound consciousness of the Presence and holiness of God.

All revival begins, and continues, in the prayer meeting. Some have also called prayer the “great fruit of revival.” In times of revival, thousands may be found on their knees for hours, lifting up their heartfelt cries, with thanksgiving, to heaven.

During true revival, thousands of lost people are suddenly swept into the Kingdom of God. Scenes of the lost coming to the Savior in great, and unprecedented numbers, are common.

Others on Revival

To look back upon the progress of the divine kingdom upon earth is to review revival periods which have come like refreshing showers upon dry and thirsty ground, making the desert to blossom as the rose, and bringing new eras of spiritual life and activity just when the Church had fallen under the influence of the apathy of the times. ~ E. M Bounds

Have you noticed how much praying for revival has been going on of late – and how little revival has resulted? I believe the problem is that we have been trying to substitute praying for obeying, and it simply will not work. ~ A.W. Tozer

Revival is not just a feeling of excitement of the Lord. We get excited about many things, but excitement is not a revival if God is not the thing that gets us excited. ~ Jerry Falwell

Revival is not just an emotional touch; it’s a complete takeover! ~ Nancy Leigh DeMoss

When I pray for revival I pray first for the most radical thing: The utter devotion and allegiance of your hearts to Christ. That you would love Him so deeply and long for Him so passionately that His coming would be your great hope, and death would be gain, and life would be for Christ and His kingdom. ~ John Piper

I see no hope for a revival among God’s people today. They are so enamored and so cluttered up with Hollywood and newspapers and magazines and parties and bowling alleys and camping trips and everything else. How in the world are they going to get still long enough to see anything from God? ~ Lester Roloff

Final Thoughts
Revival isn’t only about the big tent camp meetings of old. It is about actively sharing what we know with a world of lost and dying souls. Revival is about making the gospel of Jesus Christ popular. It is about not being ashamed of that gospel. It is about being bold and strong even when it is not the popular thing to do.

Six Key Revivals
By E. Michael and Sharon Rusten 

1. The 1st Church Revival
The Church’s first great revival occurred when 3,000 Jews came to Christ on the day of Pentecost, likely on May 24, A.D. 33. That awesome beginning was a foretaste of what would happen time after time throughout history. By the year 300 approximately 14 million called themselves Christian, and by 500 the number neared 40 million. Since the early 1700s, God has brought about a number of notable revivals. Here are some of them:

2. The (First) Great Awakening
In the New World a series of revivals, known as the Great Awakening, spread through the American colonies between 1725 and 1760. Under preachers like Gilbert Tennent, Jonathan Edwards and English evangelist George Whitefield, the revivals reached their peak from 1740 to 1742. At the same time as the Great Awakening in America was the Wesleyan revival in England. At the time of John Wesley’s death in 1791, Methodists numbered 79,000 in England and 40,000 in America.

3. The Second Great Awakening
America’s next revival began in 1801 at the Cane Ridge camp meeting in Kentucky, where as many as 3,000 were converted. The banner year for camp meetings was 1811, when approximately one-third of all Americans attended one of them. By 1806 the Awakening had reached Williams College in Massachusetts. There, five students prayed during a thunderstorm in the shelter of a haystack, four of the five committing themselves to becoming missionaries. The Haystack Prayer Meeting, as it came to be called, was the beginning of the American foreign mission movement.

4. The Prayer Meeting Revival
Beginning as a prayer meeting of six people on Fulton Street in New York City in 1857, the Prayer Meeting Revival spread quickly throughout the world. Over the next two years, a million converts were added to American churches and a million to churches in England and Ireland.

5. The Welsh Revival
The Welsh Revival began in 1904 under the preaching of Evan Roberts. Within two years, 100,000 converts were added to the Welsh Church. More than 5 million came to Christ as the revival spread throughout the world. As part of this same outpouring of the Spirit, revival came in 1906 to a mission led by William Seymour in a dilapidated building on Azusa Street in Los Angeles. The Azusa Street Revival was the formative event of early Pentecostalism.

6. Modern-Day Revival
Perhaps the most remarkable revival has taken place in China since the last missionaries left in 1953. In 1980 there were 2 million Christian believers in China–and by 2000 there were approximately 75 million. God chose to have the missionaries removed before the explosive growth occurred, that He might receive the glory.

​Call us today at: (416) 731-6120 to book your revival services for your church. Every church needs to be challenged and motivated beyond their comfort zone by anointed evangelist who can help light the flame of revival within our hearts to see what God can do through us when we are completely sold out to Him.

Does your church need to be revived?

Are you tired of experiencing that same old thing at church from week to week without seeing the Holy Spirit moving in powerful ways to see souls saved and believers revived.  What is revival? In the Psalms (71:20; 80:18; 119:25, 37, 40, 88; 143:1 etc.) the word is used to signify being "made alive, to be comforted, to flourish, to refresh or to quicken and awaken").  Revival is much more than crowds, movements, commotion or popularity.

R- Repentance of Sin
E- Enthusiasm for Soulwinning
V- Vision for Souls
I- Intercession of Saints
V- Victory over Satan
A- Adoration of Saviour
L-  Living by Spirit

Revival begins with one small flame that grows into a forest fire! ~ Revival begins with you!

The vision the Lord has given us as a ministry is that Jesus is the Light of the World that shines His light through us as His Church but sometimes that light is scattered and dim; and Jesus is calling us to come together as the church so the flame can shine brighter, stronger and hotter to ignite into a forest fire that cannot be stopped thus bringing revival to the church in Canada.  Do you want revival? Do you need revival? Every revival of the past started when the church came together in partnership to fan the flame of revival. Revival is not about one ministry or church or movement but about the whole church coming together. The enemies of revival are division, independence, exclusiveness, elitism, church politics, possessiveness, materialism, pride, human excellence/performance, legalism, worldliness, complacency, indifference, apathy, jealousy and favoritism.  Are you and your church in on together igniting a mighty flame and fire of revival in your church, community, city and country?  We need each other because we belong to each other as the Body and together we are stronger. Together we shine brighter and hotter!  Let's bring our individual lights and flames together into one mighty fire!
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It's time to stop talking about revival and start practising revival. All revivals have 7 things in common. These are the prerequisites of revival:

1. Personal Preparation within the church.
2. Powerful Preaching within the church.
3. Passionate Praise within the church.
4. Persistent Prayer within the church.
5. Perfect Purpose within the church.
6. Propitiated Purity within the church.
7. Promotional Partnerships within the church.

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Jesus said, "You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a cup. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven".  ~Matthew 5:14-18
Sometimes I tell myself not to think about you, LORD, or even mention your name. But your message burns in my heart and bones like a fire, and I cannot keep silent". Jeremiah 20:9
3 Hindrances to Revival
1 Corinthians 4:1-21

1. Prosperous churches that are self-sufficient
vs. 8 "You already have all you want! You are already successful and your ministry is thriving so you think you don't need us".

2. Prejudice churches that are self-satisfied
vs. 10 "We are fools for Christ, but you are so wise in Christ! We are weak, but you are strong! you are honored, we are dishonored!"

3. Proud churches that are self-serving
vs. 18-21 "Some of you have become proud, and think you don't need us to come minister to you because you have ministered to yourselves in your own power".