Most Christians are fighting a spiritual battle using street ministry in cities overrun with rioting for example Back in June, the movement started by Dr. Charles and Pastor Lindsey Karuku with the International Outreach Church in Burnsville, Minnesota took to the streets of Minneapolis to proclaim Jesus’ name.
Christians and non-believers came together at the location of George Floyd’s memorial site where the Holy Spirit healed bodies and hearts as salvations, baptisms, and worship filled the streets. Now Dr. Karuku is taking the “Riots to Revival” movement to the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin to help heal hearts and minds with the power of the gospel message. In several Facebook posts on Friday, Karuku posted photos of people being baptized, praying, and worshipping together with the words, “Let the healing begin!”. On Thursday, a prayer gathering was held outside of the Kenosha City Courthouse. Video of the event posted to social media showed several hundred people gathered together to worship, pray and to hear a message from Pastor Karuku. This is just the latest powerful example of Christians fighting a spiritual battle using street ministry in cities overrun with rioting, like Portland, Seattle, and Minneapolis.
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