2,000 Christians Gather For National Movement

This week, a massive baptization movement spread throughout the United States as people came together to worship the Almighty.

According to a CBN story, thousands of people flocked to Siesta Key Beach in Sarasota, Florida, on Saturday to celebrate Jesus Christ with revivalist and Core Group leader Jenny Weaver. The article also said that similar gatherings had taken place in Texas, California, and along rivers in the Midwest.

God declares His actions when He takes them! On Tuesday, Weaver stated on social media, “This is about a move of God, not about a person or ministry:

“Weaver stated, ‘The Lord talked to me, and He actually said, ‘Summer of Baptism,'” and urged members of the Core Group to conduct baptisms in other states, such as Tennessee and Missouri. I saw us doing baptisms at several locations.

She shared pictures of the group strolling on the sand with colorful flags while attending baptisms on a beach on social media.

Weaver said that it was “clearly a move of God” after more than 2,000 individuals registered to attend the nationwide gatherings that saw hundreds of people baptized.

Additionally, aerial video footage reveals a crowd of people in Missouri for baptisms. Facebook user Megan West captioned one of the videos, stating, “Hundreds of people drove from several neighboring states.” More than 130 people choose to accept Jesus as their Savior, repent of their sins, recommit their lives to Him, and accept baptism.

Many yearned to plunge into the frigid river, shed their previous identities, and emerge transformed by Christ. She continued, “God worked so much in the lives of His people on Saturday.”

Weaver, a former witch, expressed her intention to continue the job throughout the summer.

“The goal is to visit as many locations as possible and welcome baptisms from individuals all over the world.” People are in need of hope. People are in dire need of change, and we think Jesus will provide it for them,” she said.

Breitbart News claimed that hundreds of Florida State University students participated in a baptism event at a fountain in February after making a lifelong commitment to God.

More recently, in April, an organization named United US said that 7,000 students gathered to worship Jesus near the University of Georgia. The outlet reported that hundreds of students received baptisms after the event.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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