Fifty hours of unbroken, round-the-clock intercession and worship will begin Thursday from the grounds of state capitol buildings in all 50 states and at hundreds of universities.
What is being called Tent America 2018, sponsored by Awaken the Dawn, will start Thursday evening at 9 p.m. EST and last until Saturday 11 p.m. in tents across the nation at every state capitol and on college campuses.
According to ATD’s website, the focus of the event is to pray fervently for the Holy Spirit to reveal the beauty and worth of Jesus to the nation, that a new “Jesus movement” would be ignited to capture the heart of the millennial generation, and for a new missions movement to be launched.
In a Sept. 23 Facebook live video, David Bradshaw, who is the director of the Fredericksburg, Virginia-based Prayer Furnace, explained that the event will be done in the spirit of 2 Chronicles 20.
“I’m just so stirred by watching God’s hand mobilize America,” Bradshaw explained in the video along with Bob Parry, a pastor and intercessor.
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