Eagle's Landing
Revive Us Again
Locations & Times
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  • McDonough Campus
    2400 Hwy 42 N, McDonough, GA 30253, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
  • Griffin Campus
    2567 Teamon Rd, Griffin, GA 30223, USA
    Sunday 11:00 AM
What is revival?

"God's quickening visitation of his people, touching their hearts and deepening his work of grace in their lives." - J. I. Packer

"the sovereign act of God, in which He restores His own backsliding people to repentance, faith and obedience." - Stephen Olford

"times of refreshing from the presence of the Lord." (Acts 3:19) - J. Edwin Orr

"the awakening or quickening of God's people to their true nature and purpose." - Robert Coleman

"the return of the Church from her backslidings, and the conversion of sinners." - Charles Finney

"a community saturated with God" - Duncan Campbell

"the work of the Holy Spirit in restoring the people of God to a more vital spiritual life, witness, and work by prayer and the Word after repentance in crisis for their spiritual decline." - Earle Cairns
Jonathan Edward's Northampton, Massachusetts church in 1734, observers said, "It pleased God...to display his free and sovereign mercy in the conversion of a great multitude of souls in a short space of time, turning them from a formal, cold, and careless profession of Christianity, to the lively exercise of every Christian grace, and the powerful practice of our holy religion."
The Great Awakening, 1734-1743

Three hundred souls converted in six months--in a town of only 1,100 people!

Philadelphia, 1739, George Whitfield's dramatic preaching was like striking a match to the already-underway awakening. An estimated 80% of America's 900,000 Colonists personally heard Whitfield preach.

The Second Great Awakening, 1800-1840

In 1800, only one in 15 of America's population of 5,300,000 belonged to an evangelical church.

In 1824, Charles Finney began a career that would eventually convert 500,000 to Christ. An unparalleled 100,000 were converted in Rochester, New York, in 1831 alone.

The Jesus Movement 1970’s in America

Bell-Bottoms + Bible = Jesus Freak
Two Characteristics

1. Honest humility
2. Complete dependence