Thursday January 21, 2010 | Day 3: Call2All Next Generation: On Fire For God
Caleb McQuord, 10, from Tauranga New Zealand said: ‘I asked God for visions as I’d never had them before. At Call2All Next Generation God has given me visions. Last night I saw all us kids wearing armour; we were putting on shields and holding swords. We were going to cities that the devil was controlling. We defeated him and set the captives free.’
His testimony is not unusual amongst the children and teenagers. God is stirring up a passion for a deeper intimacy and closer walk with the young people. Commitments are being made to pray for the lost, to give themselves to prayer.
Call2All Next Generation | Warrior Worship
Cindy Ruakere speaks with Call2All about the importance of nations finding their own unique voice in worship. 'God has placed within each nation a sound. My heart is for every tribe and tongue to find their voice and worship in it.' (Author: )
Call2All Next Generation | Prayer And Mission hand in Hand, Amazing Things Are Happening...
DTS students see salvation and healings as they visit US Ivy League Universities. 'God is awakening a generation with a revelation they are called by Him, taking them out of addictions and distractions to impact the spheres of society,' says Andy Byrd. (Author: )
Day 4 | Call2All Next Generation: Therefore Go And Make Disciples
The entire congress was then asked to prayerfully make a personal commitment to help fulfil the Great Commission in our lifetime through praying, going to the unreached or even starting a Call2All business network. As the worshippers sang ‘Let it rain,’ (Author: )
Day 2 | Call2All Next Generation
Day two of Call2All Next Generation opened with a call to the warriors. Cindy Ruakere and her band led worship intercession crying out for the warriors to be raised up again in New Zealand and the nations. The room was filled with the sound of marching as (Author: )
Day 1 | New Zealand Congress Begins!
Bethlehem College, Aotearoa, resounded with the sound of hundreds of young people from over 40 different nations worshipping God under the warm New Zealand sun. The inaugural celebration of Call2All Tauranga was opened with the sound of the conch shell (Author: )