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Gen Z on Fire for God! Asbury Revival Continues

A student-led revival broke out last week at Asbury University — and it’s showing no signs of stopping.

One college student named Gage who traveled to Wilmore, Kentucky with some friends shared what he witnessed when he got to the campus.

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The young man said he’s been learning about revival but had never seen it — until now.

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“This is revival. It isn’t hype,” Gage said with passion in his voice. “It’s ordinary people crying out for a move of God in our generation…and it’s about to spread to the nations.”

He declared, “I’m here to talk to every young person in this room.”

Gage shared that he became a follower of Christ a year and a half ago.

“I left everything” for Jesus, he told those gathered. “Forget everything, He’s worthy!”

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson asked a simple question about the Christian service Wednesday night: “What is this?”

Alison Perfater, Asbury student body president, stunned him with her answer.

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“There’s a young army of believers who are rising to claim Christianity, the faith as their own, as a young generation and as a free generation, and that’s why people can’t get enough,” she said.

The #AsburyRevival is even going viral on TikTok, of all places.

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