revival meeting

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an evangelistic meeting intended to reawaken interest in religion


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As he learned more about these children's usual fates, Steiner felt the disturbing paradox that, even as the hall of the Great Kremlin Palace in Moscow was rented out for evangelistic crusades, abandoned children languished in prison-like conditions throughout Russia.
He used it to conduct six months of evangelistic crusades with about 50,000 people in daily attendance.
Although a tragic interruption of the evangelistic crusade, the war would set the stage for greater achievements in the future.
July 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Evangelist Billy Graham today announced that he has declined an invitation to hold an evangelistic crusade in London, a decision he deferred until after his just-concluded Greater New York Crusade - his eighth in the New York City metro area - attended by more than 242,000 people.
For more than 30 years, Ron has been an associate in Crusade ministry through the BGEA, assisting in preparatory work for evangelistic crusades involving Mr.
He produced a series of televised evangelistic crusades from Kinshasa, although most of the population cannot even afford radios.