Here is an email from Bishop Doug Small, the US Coordinator for these 20 teams from South Korea:
But, as I have traveled, along with Aaron Park, the international executive director for the World School of Prayer, and we have met and prayed with each of you, I am more excited than ever about this venture. As you know, we will have teams committed to the four corners of the nation (USA)- and those teams are critical to our prayer strategy.
We will also have a team near the Anson Street Revivalsite (a pre-civil war free black church) in Charleston, SC. Another will visit Azusa Street and the Bonnie Brae House in Los Angeles. Another will pray in the Roe vs. Wade Courtroom, now a prayer room in Dallas. Another team will be near the Shearer SchoolhouseRevival site in Western North Carolina. Yet another will pray near Cane Ridge and another near Sandy Creek in the center of North Carolina.
One team will pray among the embassies in Washington, DC, including the Israeli Embassy. The Dearborn team is located at the former First Baptist Church, now a prayer and outreach center, in the heart of 250,000 Muslims. The Chicago team will pray at the Wheaton Prayer tower. One team will be located in Charlotte and pray at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Center.
Teams are near existing or historic revival sites in most cases – the World Prayer Center (Washington State), Azusa Street (LA), the International Prayer Pavilion(Dream Center Church, Phoenix, AZ), Roe v. Wade Prayer Center (Dallas, TX), Church of God Global Prayer Center (Cleveland, TN), Washington DC Justice Foundation Prayer House, Muslim Outreach Prayer Center (Detroit), Wheaton Prayer Tower – so many places where we are asking God to send fire on ancient altars, to open ancient wells.
As you pray, keep in mind the first covenants. For example, one team will be near Cape Henry, Virginia Beach. On a warm, clear day in April 1607, Chaplain Robert Hunt planted a cross and dedicated this land to God. This was the first permanent US settlement.
“We do hereby dedicate this Land, and ourselves, to reach the People within these shores with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and to raise up Godly generations after us, and with these generations take the Kingdom of God to all the earth. May this Covenant of Dedication remain to all generations, as long as this earth remains, and may this Land, along with England, be Evangelist to the World. May all who see this Cross, remember what we have done here, and may those who come here to inhabit join us in this Covenant and in this most noble work that the Holy Scriptures may be fulfilled.”
Pray for God to remember that act of consecration of this land 400 years ago – and claim it again for noble purposes. Pray for a revival among native peoples – which is, by the way, beginning to take place. Pray for Millennials and Gen Z, the next generations, to have a profound encounter with God. To experience a great outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Pray that the ‘covenant of dedication [will] remain to all generations, as long as the earth remains, and may this Land… be Evangelist to the World….”
Pray for the initiative of God for a world-shaking revival centered here. Remember, the nations are here – 521 languages. 21 million who belong to a UPG. 1.7 who belong to a UUPG. Almost 50 million first-generation immigrants. A nation-impacting revival will touch every nation on the face of the earth. So much is at stake.
And pray this dangerous prayer, that “Every plantation, which my Heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up.” Raising his hands to heaven, with the authority of the King of England, claimed this land and consecrated the continent to the glory of God. Pray that God will remember that prayer loaded with covenantal language, especially that “…from these very shores the Gospel shall go forth to not only this New World, but the entire world.”
May God fulfill His word, specifically the passage Hunt read as he concluded his prayer, “All the ends of the world shall remember and turn to the Lord, and all the kindreds of the nations shall worship before thee. For the kingdom is the Lord’s and he ruleth among the nations” (Ps. 22:27–28).
Hunt was acting with the full support of the throne, out of and under jurisdictional authority. The king had commended the word, “We greatly commend and graciously accept their desires for the furtherance of so noble a work, which may, by the providence of Almighty God, hereafter tend to the glory of His Divine Majesty, in propagating of Christian religion to such people as yet live in darkness and miserable ignorance of the true knowledge and worship of God and may in time bring the infidels and savages living in those parts to human civility and a settled, quiet government.” Amen.
Their stated mission was, among other things, “First, to preach and baptize into the Christian religion and by the propagation of the Gospel…” and see the elect “gathered from out of all corners of the earth….” Indeed. They did not see that purpose and mission fulfilled. Do it in our day.
I hope you will experience some measure of revival in your area, and the host institution will be impacted. But don’t forget that this is a collaborative effort. We’re praying for a national spiritual awakening with global impact. And yet, the flash-point of every awakening is local. With 20 fires, we could set the nation ablaze.
One more thing. Two teams are struggling to provide adequate housing. The need between the two teams is about $10,000. If you can help, that would be a blessing. This has been a venture of faith – and it is still is, as it should be …
P. Douglas Small
PO Box 1245; Kannapolis, NC 28082-1245
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The schedule for the team coming to Hampton Roads, Virginia is below:5-20-22-Prayer-schedule-for-Koreans