Fire in Our Bones

The church in America needs an awakening. We need a move of God. Pastors, it starts with us. The aggressive cultural agenda to remove God from society has battered the church. So many are wounded, weak and troubled. The numbers say that many pastors want to quit. Being on the forefront of this battle has taken a toll.

Our heart is to see your passion for God and your calling rekindled…to see a fresh vision spark in your heart for your congregation and community…to see you walk in the power and victory of the Cross.

Join us in New York City on August 2-4 th to pray, worship and believe God together for a transformation in us and our nation.

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Shining Glory or a Bloody Cross?
Gary Wilkerson

Are we following a theology of glory or a theology of the cross? The difference may seem small, but it’s incredibly significant for the power and efficacy of our faith. 

Walking in the Fire of God

When believers say they are asking for revival, what exactly is meant by that?

Going Deeper with Christ

When we come to the Lord with our felt-needs but without a clear picture of who he is, he may still heal and provide, but we miss a critical aspect of how God wants us to engage with him.

Video Devotional
Bringing Many Sons to Glory

The Christian faith's greatest rewards are having a relationship with Christ and being glorified with him before God.

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God Who Cares for You
World Challenge Staff

Asalina, World Challenge field coordinator for Africa, shares her story of seeing how missions work plays out in the field. 

Promise Verses
Psalm 73:23-24

Nevertheless, I am continually with you; you hold my right hand. You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will receive me to glory.


'Prayer changes our hearts, our families, our churches, and ultimately our world' - Gary Wilkerson.

The Lesson of the Prodigal
David Wilkerson (1931-2011)

We often approach God with preconceived ideas of how he will receive us. For example, if we have done something to grieve his heart, we may feel that he loves us but will be slow to forgive.

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Don’t Lose Heart
David Wilkerson (1931-2011)

His answer to your prayer is coming.