Preview America’s

Past Great Awakenings

We need a spiritual awakening akin to the one sparked by George Whitefield in the colonial era. One like the awakening that rolled across Kentucky in the camp meeting era of the early 1800s in which tens of thousands examined their lives at the table of the Lord and experienced dramatic life change. We need city revivals like the New York Layman’s prayer revival of 1857-1858 in which that city and others across the nation virtually shut-down at noon, daily, for prayer.


“The Great Awakening refers to a number of periods of religious revival in American Christian history mainly between the periods of 1720 and 1740.


George Whitefield, also spelled Whitfield, was an English Anglican cleric and evangelist who was one of the founders of Methodism and the evangelical movement.

The leaders at that hour recognized they needed revival and they did what was necessary to see that revival. Do we not recognize that we to need revival so why don’t we step up to the plate and do what is necessary to see revival. “


” A historical look at the Modern Pentecostal Movement that took place in Los Angeles, CA from 1906 to 1909: The Azusa Street Mission & Revival. All revivals usually begin with fervent prayer. There is usually a hunger for a move of God. In the Azusa Revival God used William J. Seymour as the revival’s spiritual leader. William Seymour was a very humble man, who prayed at times five to seven hours a day. Eyewitnesses often referred to Seymour as having almost a helpless dependence on God, almost childlike. The Azusa Revival touched many people, in Los Angeles, and around the world. Many were filled with the Holy Ghost, with the evidence of tongues, at the revival. Many were healed. Many were anointed for the ministry. All who came in contact with God were humbled in His presence.”


The Cloud of Witnesses Series- The Cane Ridge/ Kentucky Revival and lessons on how to birth a revival. Join us as we look at the story the infamous Cane Ridge or Kentucky Revival. We will also look at lessons we can learn on how to birth a revival.

The leaders at that hour recognized they needed revival and they did what was necessary to see that revival. Do we not recognize that we to need revival so why don’t we step up to the plate and do what is necessary to see revival. “


In 1857 a New York Businmen took it upon himself to pray during his lunch hours, with a desire to see others follow suit. The layman’s prayer revival, which is known as the third great awakening began due to the need for a spiritual awakening across the land. Proof that God can take a simple step of boldness and start a wildfire.