A Nationwide Call for Spiritual Awakening

Church-Wide Revival


7 Steps to Building a “Seeking God” Culture

It takes consistent, diligent work to seek God wholeheartedly. The prophet exhorted King Asa, “Take courage! Do not let your hands be weak, for your work shall be rewarded” (2 Chronicles 15:7 ESV). For King Asa, working hard to seek God meant ridding the land of idols, repairing […]


OneCry on Location – Waco, TX

When people think of Waco, they most likely think of Chip and Joanna Gaines and their home improvement show “Fixer Upper.” Thanks to the Gaines’ Magnolia Market at the Silos, TripAdvisor named Waco the number two United States travel destination for 2018’s Travelers’ Choice awards for Destinations on […]


The Travail That Preceded Spiritual Awakening

In 1927 my grandad, A. P. Elliff, went to be the pastor of First Baptist Church in Lavaca, Arkansas. Lavaca was a small farming community outside Ft. Smith, with just a few hundred people in the entire town. Grandad and his wife, Sue, and two children (one […]


The Number One Need in America

The #1 need in America is still the #1 need in America: the next great spiritual awakening. Some would say the emergence and election of our President has brought about a political awakening in America. Regardless of one’s opinion of the President, it would be hard to […]


OneCry Prayer Summit May 5

OneCry is partnering with Moody Radio and Pulse Movement for a two-hour concert of prayer event at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, MN, on Thursday, May 5. This fifth annual OneCry Prayer Summit will include teaching on prayer, interviews with ministry leaders from around the country, and times […]



Things happen with God when we are desperate. Bartimaeus had been blind from birth. Just pause and think of this: He had never seen a face, not even his own in a reflection; never looked at his own mother; never witnessed the sun or the moon … […]


Blindsided by Culture’s Lies (Part 3): Tolerance

One of the highest values literally worshiped by our modern American culture is tolerance. “I must not judge you, and you must not judge me. If I am a druggie, gay, straight, bi-sexual, transgendered, Buddhist, atheist, agnostic, Hindu—whatever—that is my business, not yours! So keep your nose […]


Come Up in the Morning

Our greatest misconception is that God is uninterested in us. From the beginning, our ancient Enemy has deceived us into thinking that God is holding out on us and has no interest in our fellowship. But the testimony of Scripture (and of men and women who have […]


Does God Hear Our Cry?

It came about in the course of those many days that the king of Egypt died. And the sons of Israel sighed because of the bondage, and they cried out; and their cry for help because of their bondage rose up to God. So God heard their […]

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