Longing For Revival: From Holy Discontent to Breakthrough Faith
:Revival begins with God. But it's lived out through us. While we can't determine how God will act, we can be expectant and anticipate his work. And revivals are not just experienced-they can be led. James Choung and Ryan...
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:Revival begins with God. But it's lived out through us. While we can't determine how God will act, we can be expectant and anticipate his work. And revivals are not just experienced-they can be led. James Choung and Ryan Pfeiffer have seen revival in their own ministries, with remarkable transformation in both individuals and communities. They unpack what revival looks like, how Christians can anticipate it, and how they can experience it in their own lives and in larger movements. They provide a model of revival leadership for Christians who want to facilitate and spread revival in their contexts, with implications for evangelism, mission, and growth. We all need a spiritual breakthrough. Discover what revival can look like for you and those around you.
James Choung (M.Div., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary) is divisional director and interim area director of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship's San Diego Division. He is also currently working on his Doctor of Ministry degree at Fuller Theological Seminary. He is the author of the post-modern apologetic True Story. Visit James at his website, jameschoung.net.
Ryan Pfeiffer is Next Gen pastor at North Coast Calvary Chapel in Carlsbad, California. He previously served with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA as the divisional director for San Diego.
- :introduction: Why Revival?
- <strong>part 1: Defining Revival</strong>
- 1. Revival For The Rest Of Us
- 2. Breakthrough U-curve: From Holy Discontent To Crucified Hope
- 3. Breakthrough U-curve: From Crisis Of Faith To Breakthrough Faith
- <strong>part 2: Experiencing Revival</strong>
- 4. Consecration
- 5. Calling
- 6. Contending
- 7. Character
- <strong>part 3: Leading Revival</strong>
- 8. All Play
- 9. Mystery And Strategy Paradox
- 10. Communal Discernment
- 11. Kingdom Building
- Outro: Already And Not Yet