During the past thirty-three years, God has allowed me to conduct over one thousand revivals in more than a thousand churches. I am still amazed at the thousands of people who have been saved and filled with the Holy Ghost in these meetings. Many have had their bodies healed and others have been delivered from different types of bondage. My goal is that this ministry will be a confirmation of God's Word through the manifestation of God's power!
We are beginning more often to hear revivals announced as Camp-Meetings. Perhaps this is because services start out as meetings, then as people get revived the meetings break out into REVIVAL of spirit, soul and body! Fellowship with other Christians is a wonderful thing; however, churches will never experience a real move of God until His presence is ushered in with prayer, fasting, and then with faith filled praise for what He is about to do. When we turn back to the ways of our forefathers, we will began to witness what we have only heard about and our hearts long to feel. God’s Word promises His people a great out-pouring of revival before the rapture of the church, and I believe we are truly living in the final days, waiting for the trumpet to sound. The dead in Christ will rise first, then those who are alive will meet our Lord in the air!
My wife, Pam and I desire to hold revivals where signs and wonders follow. We count it an honor to go wherever God sends us. Ephesians (4:11-12) says, “And He gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:” I believe this can only happen when evangelists and prophets serve under the leadership and authority of the pastor. During my time as an evangelist I served ten years on the Board of Directors at the National Bible College in Washington, D.C. under the leadership
of Dr. T.L. Lowery.
I am convinced the greatest and best revivals for the last great move of God before the rapture of the church, are about to take place. Pam and I look forward to meeting and serving you and your church in the near future.
God Bless You Always,
Bishop John Ritcheson