This past weekend, a group called the Circuit Riders traveled to Minneapolis to bring the love of Jesus and hope to the people at the epicenter of where the revolution we find ourselves in today began after the tragic murder of George Floyd.
One of the group members, Graham Marshall said, “We’re at the intersection of pain in America. The loudest and truest noise we can make right now is the sound of the gospel.”
Thousands gathered as they preached the gospel in an open-air setting on the corner of where George Floyd was killed. People not only gathered for the pop-up service, thousands can be heard and seen in a video posted responding to the good news of Jesus and even being baptized.
Christian singer Lindy Conant shared the powerful revival happening on her Instagram, “JESUS IS ALIVE. THIS IS GOOD NEWS: Spontaneous baptisms in Minneapolis and too many testimonies to count!”
In the original post, Joel Bomb shared that they “were able to preach to thousands and saw hundreds responding to the Gospel of Jesus!! (See video!) One girl gave her life to Jesus yesterday and told Yasmin she was planning on taking her life that night before that encounter!”
The team received updates all weekend that people at the meetings have regained a sense of hope as they witness the power of God move in their lives. “[We’ve] been seeing so much healing as well—including a man overdosed and completely limp that they prayed over, he came back on the gurney as paramedics administered aid*!!”
A nation transformed is a nation that has encountered love. The team plans to stay to continue to bring the hope and love of Jesus in whatever ways they can in the following days and ask for our prayers. “Continue to pray for the gospel to bring healing, reconciliation and ultimately reformation in the midst of such pain and tragedy! 🖤🙏🏻✝️”