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Image: Pastor Tony Suarez.

3,000 people experience God at Revival on the Border events

Not all of the news coming from the Texas-Mexico border is negative. A pastor who set out this month to pray over the entire southern border said his tent revivals, baptisms and invocations are changing lives. Pastor Tony Suarez’s Revival on the Border is holding nightly revival meetings from El Paso to McAllen, Texas.

Suarez said the first wave of evangelistic outreach in El Paso was remarkable.

“Our street evangelism team set out to reach everyone, everywhere,” he said on CBN News. “From bars to city parks to those we could get to come to the tent, when it was all set and done, God gave us a harvest of over 3,000 souls that had an experience with God, in some form or fashion.”

Prayer is a vital component of the Revival on the Border effort, with Suarez explaining how a prayer army was equipped and sent out the last night of the El Paso event. These individuals then journeyed to spaces across the southern border to offer invocations, minister and hand out resources.

“Starting in El Paso and in each city they’ve been to, we’ve driven a stake into the ground claiming that city for the Lord,” he said. “The prayer army was tasked with speaking the name of Jesus over every single mile of the border between Texas and Mexico, as well as praying in the spirit and reaching people along the way. These men have handed out Bibles to migrants, border patrol agents and they have preached in parks and ministered to people in restaurants.”

Dozens have been baptized and experienced healing. “The greatest miracle of all is people giving their lives to God,” Suarez said.

More information about the ministry is available at Revival On The Border – Revivalmakers.

–Alan Goforth | Metro Voice


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