A Call to Revival in Desperate Times

Jeff Johnson

Hello. My name is Jeff Johnson. I’m the pastor of Grace Bible Church and president of Grace Bible Theological Seminary in Conway, Arkansas.

We’re living in very difficult times. Dark days are looming ahead. Sin and wickedness are being openly and proudly displayed around us, and the darkness seems incredibly thick. What’s unique about our time is that this darkness appears to be global. It’s not isolated to Hollywood, Los Angeles, or New Orleans. The darkness has spread across the globe.

I fear that our times are so desperate that we either need the Lord Jesus Christ to return speedily or we’re going to need a revival. More than ever, I feel the need to pray that God would send His Spirit to revive us, to rejuvenate His church, and to bring lost sinners to Himself.

We’re in desperate times, and these times call for desperate measures. What we need most is the power of God in our lives and the world around us.

A few months ago, while in Kenya, Africa, a thought occurred to me. A local congregation praying together is more effective than a single person praying. Imagine a whole church coming to your door, asking for something. Could you turn them down? But what if churches around the world were collectively praying for a single thing? Churches in China, Africa, Latin America, and all through America praying for revival. The idea of a universal global prayer meeting was so encouraging that it moved me to action.

As I began to share this idea with my friends, every one of them communicated to me that they had already thought something of this nature. It appears God is moving pastors, churches, and Christians to pray more fervently than ever.

So, I’m calling you and myself to come together to pray and fast on the first Tuesday and Wednesday of October this year. To learn more, I invite you to explore this website. Sign up, whether you’re an individual or a pastor looking to sign up your church. Join me and many other pastors and churches around the globe to fast and pray for what I believe is our greatest need at this time.

Thank you and may God bless you.