Revival Prayer Audio

Revival Prayer Weekend

Rev. Al Baker conducted Revival Prayer Weekend at Calvary, March 4-6, 2016.  We are praying this weekend will prove to be a catalyst for group(s) of 5, gathering to pray weekly for Revival in our church, our city, our nation and our world.  Audio for each session is below.

Friday, March 4, 2016 – Revival Prayer: Casting the Vision (Conducted with Calvary church leadership)


Saturday, March 5, 2016 Rev. Baker conducted 3 sessions, alternating with extended times of prayer.


Session #1 – Gaining the Intolerable Burden
Session #2 – Ten Marks of the Revival Culture
Session #3 – Making Your Church a House of Prayer for the Nations
Sunday, March 6, 2016 – Sunday School on Prayer and Evangelism.



Rev. Baker says:

We all want to see the local church engaged in local ministry and world missions, to see our people energized to serve the Lord gladly with their time, talent, and treasure. We have never had more Biblical and theological knowledge and training than we have today but we continue to lose ground against the secularism of our culture due to unbelief, lukewarmness, and failure to engage the culture with the gospel of Christ. We need to evangelize and disciple and we need to plant more churches. Merely announcing that we will do these things is simply not enough. We must seek the Lord, believing that if we seek Him, then He will let us find Him, if we seek Him with all our hearts. I believe Revival Prayer is a key ingredient to see a mighty movement of God in our day.


When people gather weekly to engage in Revival Prayer, almost without exception, within a couple of months of praying together, those in the prayer group begin to have a greater evangelistic passion. They begin to say things like, “We need to be sharing Christ. How can we learn more effectively to do this?” Many churches know they should have an evangelism ministry in the church and many churches have tried to get one going. The problem, however, is that evangelism is a matter of the heart. Merely knowing we should evangelize and merely saying we must should evangelize is rarely enough to move the people forward in day to day, way of life evangelistic outreach. The heart must be changed. The motives of seeking God’s glory, the good of people, and the love of Christ for sinners must be set ablaze. Revival Prayer seems to be a powerful catalyst God is using to mobilize people for evangelistic ministry.


Rev. Baker says,

I often say that I do not know whether or not God will visit us with true revival again in our nation. I do not know what He will do in and through your church as a result of Revival Prayer. I can say, however, that you can have revival every day in your life—being filled with the Holy Spirit, living a life of joy inexpressible and full of glory. You will experience a greater sense of the Spirit’s presence and power in your life.

Rev. Al Baker is the author of several books (Click Here), including:

Revival Prayer – 2013

Seeking a Revival Culture – 2009

Essays on Revival – 2014