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What fosters a revival in your community?

  • God wants to be invited to our communities. He invites us to do so through prayer. If we need God to increase our spiritual appetite, we should ask Him. But first, we must be emptied of satisfaction with the status quo.
  • Nothing draws God's presence more than holiness and humility. We must renounce pride, arrogance, being opinionated and pretenses of piety.
  • Revival is not borne out of a mass movement, but out of a series of solitary decisions. Corporate revival begins with solitary decisions, personal revival. We first must be impressed by that which we are praying for - the nation. After you have made that commitment, search out a core group who have also made that commitment.
  • Biblical unity commands the Blessing of God. But it neither infers nor requires a nation-wide majority. Unity in the core group of even as few as two is enough.
  • Breakthrough prayer releases Destiny! Effectual, fervent, persevering, travailing prayer avails much. Pray for God's work on our hearts. Pray for God to give you His heart for the nation. Pray for God to give the community His heart.


  • God's work is always unique. God's timing and means are not predictable. Our own pride and impatience would have us set a strategy and program for God to show up. No, we must go to where He shows up.
  • Leaders are essential to revival preparation. God uses servant leaders. They must be committed to the community, even if it is evil. The measure of the leaders is not whether they have influence with the public, but if they have influence with God. They must persevere through apathy and active opposition. They must covenant to intercede for the community.

What hinders community revival?

  1. Theological mis-perceptions. Many believers are under the impression that revival is a mysterious, divine process that we don't have a part in. This is contradicted by scripture.
  2. Reliance on programs. We often misinterpret God's silent deliberation as a sign He expects us to take matters into our own hands. No, direction from God is critical.
  3. Lowered expectations of what God can & will do. We are satisfied with 'just a little more' of the status quo. But what the book of Acts shows is possible today.
  4. Misplaced motives. Examine your motives. Is God a handyman or a lover? Are you seeking the gift or the Giver? What is our highest object of devotion? What is the Greatest Commandment?
  5. Ignorance of history. If there is corporate sin on a ancestral or community-wide level, even this must be confessed and repented of.
  6. No sense of corporate membership. Unity and harmony is necessary. God called us to be a Body, committed to one another in love. We often let our personal pride cause fragmentation and "church hopping."
  7. Lack of hunger. The tyranny of the urgent, the distractions and our fast-paced lifestyle tends to become our highest devotion, while we give God a "time slot." No, we must remove ourselves from the distractions of life.

The above came from a speech by John Mulinde of Uganda

" It is not enough to simply wish for change, or to hope that God will include our community on His revival itinerary. If spiritual transformation is to become a reality in our lives, then hope must give way to faith and commitment. Our solitary goal must be to prepare the way of the Lord, to ensure that He feels welcome and comfortable in our midst." -- George Otis, Jr

http://www.prayertransformation.com/about_transformation.htm

"Heavenly Father, we come before You in our poverty. We ask you for hunger, a desperation in our hearts for Thy Kingdom to come, for Thy will to be done here on earth as it is in heaven. Please awaken our slumbering spirits from the comforts and enchantments that have held us down. Save us from our weaknesses and sins. Anoint us with humility and brokenness. Raise us from our reasons and excuses. Mold us after your loving image. Place your heart within our heart. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, our master and savior, Amen."



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Working Holiday

Mission Holiday Village

Cassada Bay offer both individuals and groups the possibility of coming to Carriacou and staying in a 'working holiday village' FREE OF COST in exchange for 'work in the village', bringing Hands of Help into the community, the nursing homes, the church building project.

United Caribbean Trust Headquarters

Cassada Bay is a beautiful old, once- empty, hotel located on the island of Carriacou. Cassada Bay

 

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Gospel Tourism

 Gospel Tourism

United Caribbean Trust base headquarters could be used as ‘Christian Timeshare Holiday Resorts’ outside of the hurricane season (thus fund the trust) and accommodation for relief workers during the hurricane season if needed. If not needed they could be opened to local schools, youth groups and Caribbean churches from July to October.


Teen Challenge

Teen Challenge

Helping people become mentally sound, emotionally balanced, socially adjusted, physically well and spiritually alive.


Christian outreach

Christian outreach

Pastor Happy from Africa leading the way in evangelism and youth outreach with the island of Carriacou. Click to view the church building project.

 
 
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