CBN is reporting that the revival, which started at Asbury University in Kentucky on Feb 8, 2023, is now spreading.
There are reports that people from across America and even other countries such as Holland and Finland are flying into the school to participate in the services. This has resulted in lineups over a half-mile long of people trying to enter the services.
It is estimated that between 15,000 to 20,000 people attended services at Asbury this past weekend.
This has resulted in services spilling over onto the university’s lawns.
Asbury’s administrators are trying to deal with the growing crowds, which now regularly exceed the capacity limits of the school’s facilities, by looking at larger buildings off campus that can hold the growing crowds.
In an interview with WDRB, second-year Asbury student, Canaan Yan, said, “I feel as though maybe we were the candle and now we are just passing that flame on to other churches and other schools.”
And the fire is spreading.
In addition to the revival breaking out at Lee University in Cleveland, TN, there are reports that the revival has spread to Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio, Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, and Cumberland University in Williamsburg, Kentucky.
The revival at Cedarville started during a regularly scheduled chapel service, when a faculty member and several students came forward for prayer, during the worship portion of the service and before the teaching had started.
READ: Line Stretches Half a Mile as the Fruit of Revival Is on Display at Asbury: ‘A Very, Very Healing Experience‘ AND Asbury University revival moving to new sites to accommodate people arriving from around the world
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