Tuesday, September 21, 2010

9/21 Conf. Call for College Campuses & 9/25 Prayer Surge NOW!

A Special Invitation from The Call & Luke 18 Project...
Conference Call for Revival on College Campuses
Today, Tuesday, 9/21, 2pm Pacific
712-432-3030 & code 251080

For details please read the bottom of this E-mail &

Invitation to Weekly…

Prayer Surge NOW! 9/25

Joint Prayer Meeting Across America

“Partnering with Christ for Revival

In the Middle East & America”

Saturday Morning, 9.25.10
7:30-11am EST, 6:30-10am CST, 5:30-9am MST
4:30-8am PST, 3:30-7am Alaska, 1:30-5am Hawaii



NEW Conference Call Number & Code

1-712-432-0075 & 6149782#

4:30 am PST & 7:30 am EST

Reading of God’s Word

& Praying for One Another

5:00 am PST & 8:00 am EST

Operation Prayer Surge Prayer Points

for Israel, Middle East, Our Troops

with Tom Smith, TN & Al McCarn, VA


6:00-8:00 am PST & 9:00-11:00 am EST

Interceding for America

with Susan Rebar, CA

“Interceding for Our Returning Troops”



Darrell & Lorrie Fields, PA (to be confirmed)

Intercession for 9/25 New England Solemn Assembly

“Covenant & Reconciliation”


Into & Out of Africa

with Koudougou Alfred Koala, Burkina Faso

“Walking in the Light of Christ”

New England (National) Solemn Assembly

Return to Plymouth, Mass

9/25, 12pm-4pm EST




Please read & share this important conference call invitation from Thomas Hall, Assistant to Lou Engle, The Call

First, we want to thank you for all of your prayers and support in this season and beyond for TheCall Sacramento. As shared over the weekend in Sacramento, the Luke18 Project in partnership with TheCall will be launching a two-week journey through the state of California calling young adults to a culture of prayer and a life of mission. We are calling it, "the Purple Pig Tour!" and will focus one week in Northern California visiting various campuses and cities that will culminate into a regional Fuel School Conference with Lou Engle on October 1-2 in Berkeley, CA.

We would like to invite you to join a conference call on Tuesday, September 21, at 2pm (California Time) to connect with what you all have been laboring for and to see how this tour can practically serve and encourage the body of Christ in Northern California, as well as share the heart and vision for this journey.

We look forward to speaking with you.

Date: Tuesday 9/21

Time: 2:00pm (PDT)

Conference Dial-in: 1-712-432-3030
Conference Code: 251080

Sent from Thomas Hall - Assistant to Lou Engle

Below is information from the website for people who would like more information

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, a young man named Dick Eastman had a dream of establishing 24/7 prayer centers with young people who would contend for revival day and night. In the heyday of the Jesus Movement, he established the first prayer center, which they called “the Fire House,” in Sacramento, CA. He wrote about this radical movement of prayer and revival in 1974 in a book called The Purple Pig and Other Miracles.

Now, nearly 40 years later, through the Purple Pig Tour! (named after Dick’s book) a traveling team of young adults seek to carry on the vision of Dick Eastman and call another generation to a culture of prayer and a life of mission. In a joint partnership with TheCall, the International House of Prayer (IHOP-KC), Every Home for Christ (EHC), and Luke18 Project, this traveling team will work with campus ministries, local churches, and prayer ministries to challenge young adults to plant prayer furnaces on college campuses and the hardest and darkest places of the earth.

Though California finds herself at a crisis moment, we believe that California is ripe for a new move of the Holy Spirit not unlike the Jesus Movement of the late 1960s and 1970s. From Azusa Street to the Jesus People, from Frank Bartleman to Keith Green, California has historically been a hotbed of revival activity. To that end, the Purple Pig Tour! will join with college campuses, local churches, and houses of prayer calling upon God for a new Jesus Movement to sweep across California and the entire nation.

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