Kirk Cameron's American Campfire Revival Comes to End, Need for National Transformation Does Not
The need for revival in America is evident. Racial tension rises. Violence abounds. Yet Kirk Cameron believes Jesus-followers have had the answer for transformation all along.
"The strategy that has transformed nations has always been the same," he says on his near-conclusion of the American Campfire Revival. "It's the same strategy that we find in the Bible for the transformation of everything."
Coinciding with President Biden's first 100 days in office, which some have coined 100 days of death, the former actor turned evangelist sought to encourage Americans to stir up revival and return to its foundation of faith. As the 100 days draw to a close, Cameron has an appeal to believers:
"Now it's just about nourishing that and applying it to every other sphere of our culture."
It starts with a "small group of people, usually outnumbered, often persecuted, members of the family of faith, soldiers in God's army of compassion who follow God's timeless strategy of transformation."
He petitions believers to "ask God to help you play the role that He has called you to play on the stage of history right now."
To discover the key to transforming America, watch Day 99 of Cameron's Facebook live videos now. And tune into the 100th episode conclusion of his American Campfire Revival series at 9 p.m. Eastern for a celebration he says will be "off the chain" and will offer God's wisdom on what to do next in returning our nation back to its biblical roots.
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