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A Worldwide Movement of the Holy Spirit

This is no longer just another series of meetings, but a part of a world-wide movement in which different Christians from many nations can gather together yearly to build solid relationships promoting unity in the Body of Christ, and pass the baton of the Holy Spirit and world evangelism to next generation.

The next conference will be a Global Conference that will be held in Jerusalem, Israel, May 15-17, 2015. One of the organizers said there may be up to 10,000 at this gathering, which will perhaps be one the largest gathering of Christians for a single event in Israel since the day of Pentecost. We are now arranging for our Chinese brethren to travel to Israel to participate. I myself will not miss this for anything.

Habakkuk said “For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea” (Hab 2:14). Throughout the history of the church, in certain periods of time revival fires burned brightly and many saw the works or the glory of God. But now through movements like Empowered 21, we have the knowledge of His glory, and it is spreading to the whole world.


Pastor Dennis Balcombe

Hong Kong

June 26, 2014

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About the Author: Dennis Balcombe knew he was called to be a missionary to China while he was a teenager, and was one of the first to enter the mainland when it opened to the West in the 1970s. He founded Revival Christian Church in Hong Kong in 1969 and continues to plant churches, travelling and ministering in China and internationally. He shares his story in One Journey, One Nation: Autobiography of Dennis Balcombe, Missionary to China (2011) and he is the author of China's Opening Door: Incredible Stories of the Holy Spirit at Work in One of the Greatest Revivals in Christianity (Charisma House, 2014). Revival Chinese Ministries International

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