Awaken the Dawn’s Tent America 2019 Has Christians Across America Engaging in 50 Hours of Unbroken Prayer and Worship

Christians sing and worship at the Texas tent, one of 58 tents set up at the National Mall during America’s Tent of Meeting sponsored by Awaken the Dawn, Washington, D.C. on October 8, 2017. | (Photo: The Christian Post/Brandon Showalter)

Coinciding with the Jewish celebration of the Feast of Tabernacles, Christians nationwide are holding 50 hours of unbroken prayer, intercession and worship.

What is being called Tent America 2019, which is part of Awaken the Dawn, is occurring in churches, outside abortion clinics, in prayer houses, shopping centers and elsewhere around the country today through Saturday.

In a promotional video for the 2019 event, David Bradshaw, director of the Fredericksburg Prayer Furnace missions base and lead pastor of Awakening Community Church in Fredericksburg, Virginia, explains that this year constitutes a hinge moment in history “where God will release a strategy to shift the nation.”

“We’re inviting America into a Gospel movement that is not just ‘Come and see’ but also ‘go and tell,'” Bradshaw says in the video.

“The worth of Jesus is going viral.”

Coupled with worship and prayer is the proclamation of the Gospel; outreach teams will be dispatched to share it in the streets. The event is being live-streamed on their website.

In 2017, 1,600 worship teams assembled on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., in 58 tents — one for every U.S. state and eight others. The following year a similar prayer and worship initiative was held on 101 college campuses.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Brandon Showalter