COME ENCOUNTER COMMUNITY
Revival Groups are a community based experience at Greater Things, where attendees from similar geographical regions come together to pray and minister to one another, be activated in gifts of the spirit, and receive healing. Each morning, before worship starts, Revival Groups gather together, led by a Revival Leader, who is a graduate from our schools and training programs.
JOIN A REVIVAL GROUP TO:
- Build relationship with a community of like-minded believers.
- Receive prayer for physical and emotional healing.
- Become activated in the gifts of the Spirit.
- Leave with a vision of heaven for the Kingdom on earth.
“And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near.”
– Hebrews 10: 24-25
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Revival Groups are for individuals who are looking to find community at our conferences and desire to see signs and wonders. At Global Awakening we strive to provide every opportunity to have an encounter with God. We are proud to offer Revival Groups as a way to increase those encounters in a small group setting.
Each attendee is assigned a Revival Group upon registration. Your Revival Group number will be located on the back of your name badge, and Revival Groups are based on geographical location. Each group is led by a Revival Leader who empowers attendees to experience prophecy and activation in healing. All Revival Leaders can be identified by their blue Global Awakening shirts and Revival Leader credentials. Our desire is that everyone comes together as brothers and sisters in Christ, unified under the common goal of seeing the Kingdom of Heaven on earth.
Revival Groups will meet each morning in the lobby, about 30 minutes before the first-afternoon session. If you want more prayer, have questions, or just need an encouraging word, we encourage you to go to your Revival Group each morning!
Attending a Revival Group meeting is not mandatory, but it is highly recommended for a greater conference experience.