‘Revival Is Spreading’ – 3500 People Attend Revival Event in Kentucky

Milton Quintanilla | CrosswalkHeadlines Contributor | Published: Mar 20, 2023
‘Revival Is Spreading’ – 3500 People Attend Revival Event in Kentucky

‘Revival Is Spreading’ – 3500 People Attend Revival Event in Kentucky

A revival event held in Kentucky last month drew about 3,500 people who are hungry for God.

The event, held on Feb. 26 at the Rupp Arena in Lexington, was hosted by Pulse Ministry, a ministry for young adults led by evangelist Nick Hall. Approximately 3,500 people attended the gathering, which lasted from 2 p.m. until 11 p.m.

"This was a phenomenal event that brought a community together for one afternoon and evening. We were amazed by how the Holy Spirit moved and lives were changed with the hope of the Gospel," a Pulse spokesperson told The Christian Post.

"In several cases, there was an evident move of the Spirit during the preaching, worship, testimonies, and prayer times," the spokesperson continued.

Pulse previously held a multi-campus tour with Texas Tech University, the University of Georgia, North Dakota State University, Iowa State University, the University of Minnesota, the University of Wisconsin and the University of Michigan.

The ministry plans to host their next big event, Fill The Stadium (FTS), on Saturday April 29, at the Gaylord Memorial Stadium at the University of Oklahoma.

"Revival is spreading, and we want to be part of how God is moving all across the world. As Nick Hall has said, when you see the wind moving, it is critical to throw up sails and follow the Lord's leading," the spokesperson said.

"We hope people experience more of Jesus. We hope they find Him through the Gospel for the first time. We hope they take the revival home with them and it spreads across the world."

The revival event follows an outpouring that started at Asbury University, a Christian college in Wilmore Kentucky, last month which lasted over two weeks. The revival had also spread toward other Christian campuses across the nation.

Earlier this month, students at Regent University of Virginia Beach, Virginia held a revival worship service during spring break.

"It feels like the same quality of spiritual renewal I experienced while at Asbury," Jeff Gossmann, director of Campus Ministries at Regent, told The Christian Post at the time.

"It was clear that God has been drawing Gen Z to Himself. Gen Z has suffered so much loss from the pandemic. This revival is like a coming-of-age party for Gen Z. I believe that, through this revival, Jesus is saying to Gen Z, 'I see you. Welcome to the table.'"

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Milton Quintanilla is a freelance writer and content creator. He is a contributing writer for CrosswalkHeadlines and the host of the For Your Soul Podcast, a podcast devoted to sound doctrine and biblical truth. He holds a Masters of Divinity from Alliance Theological Seminary.



‘Revival Is Spreading’ – 3500 People Attend Revival Event in Kentucky