Nearly 1,400 People Commit Their Lives To Jesus During Four-Day Crusade
Nearly 1,400 people committed their lives to Jesus Christ during an October crusade in Mississippi, attended by roughly 17,000 people.
The crusade was held by Evangelist Rick Gage, who concluded the event on Wednesday with roughly 10,000 people inside an open-air amphitheater just outside of Jackson, Mississippi, The Christian Index reported.
“We saw an incredible move of God throughout this whole campaign,” Gage said Thursday. “Anyone who says evangelistic outreach events don’t work anymore just needs to talk to the folks in central Mississippi.” (LEARN MORE: ‘God Goes Before Us’: Thousands Attend Revival)
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Gage said Jackson-area church leaders from almost every denomination were able to work together to bring crowds to rejoice during the crusade. Prior to the event, Gage presented the gospel to inmates at a series of state prisons, hundreds of whom committed themselves to Christ.
Even kids in local schools were getting involved in the activities. Rumors circulated about a group of young high school girls creating a prayer station in a restroom to pray for classmates who didn’t know Jesus as their savior, yet. (LEARN MORE: Watch And Be Inspired By Asbury Revival’s Inter-Denominational Phenomenon)
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