A group of evangelists who readily use their social media platforms as a modern age pulpit-for-the-masses are calling on 1 million young people to fast and pray at the beginning of the new decade and throughout 2020.
“The call for one million young people to fast and pray is historic but must not be about any one church, leader, organization or denomination but rather a collective of believers young and old who sense that God is about to do something historic in the roaring twenties,” said the lead visionary behind Roaring Twenties Fast, Dr. Malachi O’Brian.
“We are encouraging a 21-day period starting on January 5, 2020 to fast however God leads you – or you can fast another time throughout the year,” leaders state.
In just the last few weeks after its launch, a Facebook group dedicated to the fast and for adding leaders, has grown to nearly 3,000 members. All 50 US states are represented in Roaring Twenties Fast groups branching from the main group. People and ministry groups from other countries have also joined the movement.
“Throughout history, every time there has been a communication shift, revival has almost assuredly followed,” said Jon Groves, who serves as one of the leaders in “Digital Billy Grahams,” a ministry project by Think Eternity. “People took note of a new medium by which to flood their contexts with the message of revival.
“Now, with the explosiveness of new social media networks, there has never been a greater opportunity to flood the globe with the message of the Gospel. Our phones have become larger pulpits than our heroes ever preached on.”
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SOURCE: Assist News, Alex Murashko