God is moving: Beach revival a throwback to the 60s

Wednesday, July 22, 2020
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Steve Jordahl (OneNewsNow.com)

Huntington Beach Revival (July 2020)There appears to be a move of God in California, with thousands showing up at an Orange County beach every Friday, getting saved and baptized.

Last Friday evening on Huntington State Beach near Lifeguard House #20, a couple of thousand people – children and parents, the young and the old – had what old timers say reminds them a little bit of the "Jesus Movement" of the 1960s. (See video below)

It's the Lord working through Parker and Jessi Green, two of God's willing servants who heard the call. OneNewsNow spoke with Jessi.

"In 2016, we decided to move from New York to California because we saw a few visions and through prayer really believed God was going to do something in Orange County," she begins.

For the last year the Greens have been preparing the soil, partnering with local churches, and doing evangelism training.

"The vision that we saw is happening," she exclaims, "and people are getting saved and baptized and then going out and sharing the gospel throughout the week and coming back the following week and baptizing people."

The first weekend a few hundred people showed up, the second weekend around a thousand – and this last weekend around 2,000. The plans, say the Greens, are open ended.

Jessi Green says there's a real thirst for the peace of God in these troubled times.

"God's timing really is always perfect. He knew that COVID was going to happen, he knew the BLM stuff was going to happen – and all along he was orchestrating this perfect opportunity for people to come to him."

Watch related YouTube video posted July 17 by MajorChange TV

[Direct link to video]

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