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  • Writer's picturePhillip Fields

Awaken America: Revive. Reform. Recover.

"The pulpits have thundered!" These are the powerful words of President John Adams when thanking The Lord for the boldness of the church in The First Great Awakening (1730-1776). Similarly, Methodist bishop and church historian Charles Galloway rightly observed, "...there is not a right asserted in the Declaration of Independence which had not been discussed by the New England clergy before 1763." Without a doubt, The First Great Awakening led to American independence!"

Equally as powerful as The Second Great Awakening(1840-1870), which stoked the flames of abolition and demanded our founding principle of "All Men Created Equal" be honored in the land. Minister Charles Finney was born again, studying to become a lawyer! His legal textbooks so frequently referenced The Bible as the basis for civil law in America that he met Jesus and led an Awakening of civil service. "The Church must take right ground in regard to politics... Politics are a part of a religion in such a country as this, and Christians must do their duty to the country as part of their duty to God... God will bless or curse this nation, according to the course Christians take in politics."- Charles Finney

Friends, it is time for another great awakening. The School of Awakening and Courageous Community hosts Andrew Wommack, Bishop E.W. Jackson, Mario Murillo, John Graves, and a special message from Lance Wallnau June 10 -11 for Awakening 2022.

Awakening 2022 is a pivotal two-day event in Fayetteville, Georgia vital to reforming our community, state, and nation. The event will revive the churches' confidence in the love of Jesus Christ, reform culture by empowering Christians to embrace their God-given biblical and civic duties, and recover a love of country and strong identity as One Nation Under God.

Join The Awakening! Be a part of what God is doing in The Church, Georgia, and America!

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