California Church’s State-Wide Revival Sees 30,000 Baptisms

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Abby Trivett

The outpouring of God’s spirit is here.

Now, the church made its goal to baptize 30,000 people this past Pentecost Sunday with “Baptize California” in hopes of seeing a “Baptize America” movement take place next summer.

The Baptize California initiative brought together over 300 congregations in many of California’s counties to see lives changed throughout the state.

Reverend Mark Francey told the Washington Times how the church’s heart is to see revival spread throughout the state and eventually to the entire the nation.

On the event’s website, the mission statement for Baptize California is “about seeing people saved, water baptized, and discipled in a local church.”

One comment on Instagram described the power of spiritual healing experienced by those in attendance.

“I was a line leader and this lady – probably in her 50’s, started running down my line. I held my arms out open and yelled ‘Welcome home.’ She ran down the line and hugged me so tight and said, ‘I am free! I am free.'”

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Another Instagram commentator said, “It’s so good to see our next generation so faithful. California will be saved.”

It’s this kind of revival that Francey believes will not only take over the state of California, but will also transform our entire nation.

This powerful wave of revival through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit happening in California is just the beginning of the greater plans that God has for each and every one of us to encounter Him.

Abby Trivett is a marketing copywriter and coordinator for Charisma Media.

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