OneCry is a movement of believers who are urgently crying out to God to revive the church and transform the culture. It isn’t an organization, program, or event. It’s a movement of like-minded people, churches, and organizations who agree that our nation needs a dramatic turnaround—but not the kind that comes from different politics, more education, or a better economy. Instead, it’s a cry to God for spiritual transformation of our hearts, homes, and communities. We believe that extraordinary things will happen as we turn from sin and seek God together!
What is OneCry?
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OneCry is a nationwide call for spiritual awakening, a movement of believers urgently crying out to God to revive the church and transform the culture. OneCry is a movement of like-minded people, churches, and organizations who agree that our nation needs a dramatic turnaround. And OneCry is a resource center that provides tools to help your church, Sunday school class, small group, or friends seek God in prayer, repentance, and collective action.
Organizations, programs, and events haven’t brought the spiritual transformation we need personally or in our families and neighborhoods. And politics, education, and economic prosperity will not revive the soul of our nation.
But what might happen if thousands of prayer warriors pled with God for spiritual awakening? What if voices in communities across the nation were raised to share revival truth? What if leaders called the world to spiritual renewal? What if believers everywhere earnestly sought the manifest presence of God? And what if God heard from heaven and healed our land?
That’s our one cry!
Unity in the Gospel
OneCry is a diverse movement of Christians denominationally, geographically, generationally, and ethnically. However, we believe that all true Christian unity is in the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our understanding of the gospel is explicitly defined in this Gospel Document.
Additionally, the OneCry movement celebrates the many different biblically based ways revival and spiritual awakening have been understood within the larger body of Christ. We are using a rich document on revival and spiritual awakening, developed and signed by more than 350 evangelical leaders, called An Urgent Appeal to provide the theological and philosophical moorings for our understanding of revival.