REDIGGING THE WELLS OF REVIVAL - GLOBAL Gatherings in 50 states of the US and nations of the world


To gather God’s people to pray, fast and to cry out with desperation and expectation from the sites of revivals (from each nation and in all 50 states in the US), to redig the wells of revival.

Theme Verse

Genesis 26:18

And Isaac dug again the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father, for the Philistines had stopped them up after the death of Abraham. He called them by the names which his father had called them.

Redigging the Wells of Revival

Our goal is to bring God’s servants, intercessors and believers from all nations, tribes, and tongues together to pray and fast for a global revival in the nations of the world. We are inviting all intercessors from around the world and are partnering with churches, ministries and prayer groups.

California gathering at the site of Azusa Revival, Los Angeles, CA

Recorded video of 2020 Gathering at Site of Azusa Revival

Our 2020 Speakers

Prayer Leaders and Pastors.

Our 2021 Partners


Heal Our Land

America is at a cross roads, but we have a remnant that is walking with the Lord. Our problems of insurmountable national debt, natural disasters like hurricanes and forest fires and moral and spiritual decline cannot be solved by human wisdom.


We need God to intervene, we need revival. This book paints a picture of the moral decay in America on the seven mountains of culture namely, Government, Education, Church, Media, Arts & Entertainment, Business and Family. This moral decay is like a spiritual drought. Then the book goes on to share how we can see the revival we so desperately need in America, to heal our land from this spiritual drought.

Revival Conversation Videos

Revival Discussion with Hawaii Hosts
Wells of Revival Vision - 1 Minute Version
The Return & Wells of Revival Partnership - Kevin Jessup
Lou Engle & Wells of Revival
Burden for America & Wells of Revival Vision
Generation Z Stats & 2020 Wells of Revival Vision
Revival Discussion with Pas. Hal Sacks
Revival Discussion with Pas. Gabrielle Beam
Revival Discussion with Rev. Sheldon Livesay
Revival Discussion with Bro Jeff Jennings
Revival Discussion with Pas. Jamie Morgan
Revival Discussion with Randy Powell(Kansas State Representative -District 30)
Revival Discussion with Bro Jeff Daly (National Day of Repentance)

Our 2020 Diamond Sponsors

Our 2020 Gold Sponsors

Our 2020 Silver Sponsors

Bio for Pas. Cyril & Jemima Rayan

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Cyril is a licensed minister from Jubilee Christian Center, San Jose. His God-given passion is in the area of equipping the body of Christ through intercession and teaching God’s word. He leads two monthly events: ‘Pray for the Nations’ and ‘Prayer Ride’. The Lord gave him a vision for ‘community transformation’ in the year 2006. He was instrumental in starting Bible based Kids Clubs in the public schools of Milpitas. He has served as a teaching faculty in the Bible colleges in the bay area – Bethany University, William Jessup University and Jubilee Bible College. Several ministries have been launched through his teachings. He travels and speaks in seminars and conferences globally. He is the author of an award winning leadership book €œMoving from Vision to Reality€, which defines seven steps to make your God given vision a reality. He holds a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

Jemima answered the call of God to be a full- time minister of the gospel in the year 1999. She is a licensed minister from JubileeChristianCenter, San Jose. She speaks at conferences, retreats, churches and special meetings around the U. S. She is an intercessor, author and a teacher of the Word of God. Her book, ‘Experiencing the Holy Spirit’ has helped many to get a deeper understanding of the Holy Spirit and to grow in their walk with the Lord. She leads a monthly women’s event called ‘The Kings Bride’ where women are strengthened, refreshed and equipped to do the work of God. Jemima holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering.

Bio for Pas. Mike Bickle

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Mike Bickle is the director of the International House of Prayer of Kansas City (IHOPKC), an evangelical missions organization based on 24/7 prayer with worship that is engaged in many outreaches, justice initiatives, and equipping missionaries to join other ministries. The IHOP prayer room has continued nonstop in prayer led by worship teams for over 20 years since it began in September 19,1999. There are about 500 staff members who each raise their own financial support as “intercessory missionaries.” The majority are full-time staff serving 50 hours per week in the prayer room, ministry outreaches and service. In addition to our staff, another 500 students and interns attend the International House of Prayer University which consists of 3 schools— ministry school, worship school, media school.

Mike is the author of 10 books including Passion for Jesus, Growing in Prayer, The Pleasures of Loving God, and Growing in the Prophetic. Mike’s teaching emphasizes making disciples who seek to walk out the two Great Commandments while serving together in partnership with other ministries to see the Great Commission fulfilled and the fame of Jesus’ name fill the earth. Mike pastored for 23 years, before starting the IHOPKC Missions Base in 1999. He and Diane have been married over 40 years and have two married sons and 6 grandchildren who are involved in IHOPKC.

Bio for Kathy Branzell

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Kathy Branzell serves as the President of the National Day of Prayer (NDP) Task Force. She has served as a longtime member of the Board of Directors, having led and served alongside Vonette Bright, Shirley Dobson, Anne Graham-Lotz, and Dr. Ronnie Floyd. Responding to a question about her history with NDP, Kathy remarked, “For 19 years, I have had the privilege of loving and serving these amazing NDP leaders, supporters, staff and coordinators – including taking part in the ministry’s D.C. events, Summits, National Bus Tours, and philanthropy and partnership efforts. It’s been an amazing journey, and I believe that the best is yet to come!” “Kathy is a great choice (for President),” said Shirley Dobson, in a recent interview with The Streamat this year’s NDP U.S. Capitol prayer event. Mrs. Dobson served as NDP chairman for 25 years, stepping down in 2016. “She is a young woman of prayer who has a lot of energy. She knows all the volunteers, national area leaders and the 50 state coordinators. I’ve always lived by the slogan Where God guides, God provides — and he will provide for her.”

Reflecting on the future of the NDP Task Force under her leadership, Mrs. Branzell believes that, “The next generation is filled with the Holy Spirit and passionate about prayer. I want to hear more from them and spotlight what they’re doing. Maybe we’ll talk less about Washington, and more about the whole nation and all the prayers being lifted up. We need them. We would be foolish if we thought there was one generation, one ethnicity, one gathering, or one person that could call this nation to prayer. The Body of Christ is beautiful in reflecting every nation, tribe and tongue. Jesus never called us to go it alone. He never sent his disciples out alone. We will continue to reach out to every community and all denominations, because we’re all the Body of Christ.” Along with her work on behalf of the National Day of Prayer Task Force, she is the founder and president of Fellowship and Christian Encouragement (FACE) for Educatorswhere she authored seventeen years of weekly scripture reading, prayer prompts and devotionals for educators to use to use in their weekly prayer meetings throughout the school year.She is the author/co-author of five books including, An Invitation to Prayer; Developing a Lifestyle of Intimacy with God; 40 Days of Love: A Prayer-Care-Share Devotional; Prayer Warrior: the Battle Plan to Victory;An Apple a Day: 365 Day devotional for Teachers; and A Prayer Warrior’s Guide to Spiritual Battle. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Education and Human Development from the University of Georgia, and her master’s degree in Biblical Studies from Liberty Theological Seminary. She has served as a Rapid Response Chaplin for the Billy Graham Evangelical Association,and the National Coordinator of LOVE2020 and National Facilitator for the Mission America Coalition (Now The Table Coalition) Having raised two children with her husband Russ, Kathy lives in Atlanta, Georgia. She plans for the prayer ministry to continue as a remote team, as several NDP staff are based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Her fifth book, a devotional entitled An Invitation to Prayer (BroadStreet), released this year.

Bio for Dr. Raleigh Washington

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Dr. Raleigh Washington is President/CEO of The Road to Jerusalem, a ministry reconciling Jewish and non-Jewish believers. He is Pastor Emeritus of Rock of Chicago’s Our Salvation Evangelical Free Church, a multi-racial urban church that he founded and led. He joined Promise Keepers as Vice President of Reconciliation, retired as President/CEO, and currently is President Emeritus. He and Glen Kehrein co-authored Breaking Down Walls: A Model of Reconciliation in an Age of Racial Strife, the 1994 Gold Medallion winner of the Christian Booksellers Association.
Attaining rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army, Dr. Washington earned the Bronze Star for meritorious service in Vietnam. Post-military, at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (now Trinity International University), he earned his Master of Divinity. Later, on the staff of Trinity International University, he developed and led the school’s Master of Arts in Urban Ministries. He holds honorary doctorates from Trinity, Westminster College, and Azusa Pacific University. Still on numerous ministry boards, he also speaks at conferences and to universities, congregations, and corporations. The Westminister College awarded Dr. Washington its third Doctor of Peacemaking after Mother Teresa & Bishop Desmond Tutu.

Bio for Bro. Mando

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Romando and Marcia are the directors of Ekballo Pasadena and the United House of Prayer at USC. They previously served as the associate directors of SAFA, a ministry school under The Call. After spending time on the mission fields of Mexico, the Matthews became inner-city missionaries, attending World Impact’s School for Urban Church Planting. Mando and Marcia are worshipers at heart and have written songs, led worship, arranged music, and directed choirs of children and adults. Mando and Marcia have been married for 15 years and have five children.

Bio for Bro. Randy Powell

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Randy Powell longs to see men answer God’s call as salt and light in their respective sphere(s) of culture. More specifically, Randy desires to engage with one million men answering God’s €œcall to arms€ to early morning prayer (and fasting) for abortion to end in our nation as God breaks through with a fresh outpouring from a place of desperation and repentance unto revival, reformation, and transformation. With a history in missions (YWAM), marketplace, and government, Randy currently serves in the marketplace as a wealth advisor at nVision Wealth; is the Men for Nations Heartland Director, and chairs All Nations North America’s Board. In addition, after serving two terms as a Kansas State Representative and Chair of the KS Legislative Prayer Caucus, Randy now serves as the Co-Director of the Kansas Congressional Prayer Caucus. Randy married his wife Lupita in 1984, and they have three grown children.

Bio for Pas. William Arbelaez

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Pastor William and his wife Mary are the founders of Shekinah Ministry and have been serving the Lord for twenty-five years. Shekinah Ministry’s mission is to bless the community by helping the poor families in Los Angeles County. We offer discipleship and counseling to restore broken families. Shekinah Ministry partners with Children’s Hunger Fund and through this organization we have a volunteer team that distributes food packages every two weeks to low income families. We use this as an opportunity to feed families around the neighborhood including the homeless to create a relationship and preach the Gospel. Shekinah Ministry also dedicates time for missions to Mexico, Guatemala and El Salvador. We help, coach, equip and support families in the City of Mexicali. As a result of this work we have helped to build and establish 7 churches right at the US- Mexico border. Dysfunctional families, orphans, widows, drug addicts have accepted the Lord Jesus Christ. Pastor William has an Associate degree in Religious Studies and a BA in Biblical Counseling.

Bio For Bro. Jeff & Micha Jennings

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Micha and Jeff Jennings are founders of Tree of Life House of Prayer located at the original Azusa Street Site in Downtown Los Angeles since 2014. Their house of prayer is built upon a company of believers that seek to build intimacy with God through worship, prayer, social justice for the unhoused and healing for the broken hearted. Micha is a mentor, worshipper and prayer warrior. She has a passion for intercession and intercedes strategically for many global leaders. She is a graduate of Wagner Leadership Institute in Practical Ministry. Jeff is a mentor, discipleship leader and licensed minister who carries the Father’s heart to bring wholeness to the Body of Christ. They are both members of Harvest International Ministry, (HIM). Jeff and Micha have been married 23 years and have 2 children

Bio for Pas. Vanessa Russell

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Vanessa Russell has developed children in the area of dance, teaching hundreds, ages 3-25, lyrical, flags, hip hop, mime, since 2000. In 2010 one of her 15 year old dance students was sold into human trafficking. Although she was eventually located and is now being restored, Vanessa encountered many others who, like her student, were US born women, men and children trapped in modern day slavery. Her response was to launch Love Never Fails, a non-profit dedicated to the restoration, education and protection of those involved or at risk of becoming involved in domestic human trafficking. Love Never Fails has educated thousands of children and community members on the issue of human trafficking, opened a home that provides long-term safe housing and restorative services for over 100 women survivors and their children and launched an IT Academy connecting under-served community members with financially sustainable careers. Vanessa believes that the issue of human trafficking can be solved through love expressed in prayer, safe housing, mentoring, job training, outreach, and education.
Vanessa also worked 23 years in the IT industry leading technology and sales organizations. She retired from Cisco Systems in January 2019 to lead Love Never Fails full-time. Her professional hope is to inspire and motivate people to develop business and themselves. She and her husband, Pastor Timothy Russell, are blessed to have a seven children. Vanessa graduated from University of San Francisco with a B.S. in Information Systems Management. She is a sought out key-note speaker, published author of the Fight For Love workbook and the recipient of the 2013 Jefferson Award, the 2015 Jesse Curtis Homeless Advocacy in Action Award, the 2015 Hayward Heart Award, 2015 Top 20 Dynamic Women Owned Nonprofits, 2017 Ujima Catholic Community Service Award, 2017 Cisco Hero Award, the 2017 Discovery Investigation & People Magazine Everyday Hero Award, the 2018 CRN Women of the Channel, 2018 Cisco Bridge Award, the 2019 Luke 14 Award and selected to participate in the 2019 BBVA Momentum accelerator program.

Bio for Bro. Joseph Manoharan

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Born to Hindu mother and Christian father. The Lord touched Bro. Joseph through the prayers of his wife Rosy. Having accepted the Lord Jesus as his personal Savior in Dubai in August 1989, he decided to be used of God. Moved to United States in Sep 1990 and the Lord taught various revelations in His Word and allowed us as family to minister to various families. Rosy and Joseph were involved in the prayer ministry and were one of founding members of church for Indian community in the Silicon Valley. Bro. Joseph serves as one of the Trustees of Jesus Redeems Ministries, USA since 2003. Since 1991 Bro. Joseph and Rosy have been organizing prayer meetings for many men of God, including Bro. DGS Dhinakaran, Bro. Ezekiah Francis, Bro. Sam Jebadurai, Father Bergmans, Bro. Mohan C. Lazarus, Pastor Yeshwanth Kumar, Bro. Arul Raj, Pastor Prem Kumar, etc to name a few and pastors from other parts of India and other countries.
The Lord has been extensively using Bro. Joseph in the area of teaching/preaching on Prayer, Revival, Discipleship and Building Godly Generations. They have been conducting fasting and prayer meetings where we experienced tremendous move of the Spirit to answer many prayers, deliverance and salvation. Joseph and Rosy have been ordained Overseers of Springs of Life Fellowship in Sunnyvale, California where they led prayer and intercession ministries.The Lord has graciously allowed Bro. Joseph Manoharan to minister together with Bro. Mohan C Lazarus of Jesus Redeems Ministries in various cities in USA, and various countries like Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia and Israel. The Lord also used Joseph in the business who founded a software company and co-founded Spice Hut, Indian Restaurant in USA. They closed all their business units and they operate fulltime travelling and ministering in USA and overseas Bro. Joseph and Rosy have been blessed with a daughter Jovitha Angeline and a son Kingsley Manoharan and four grandsons Ethan Samy, Luke, Miles, and Noel Manoharan.

Bio for Bro. Troy Anderson

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Troy Anderson is a Pulitzer Prize-nominated investigative journalist, bestselling FaithWords/Hachette co-author of The Babylon Code and Trumpocalypse, senior editor of GODSPEED Magazine, former executive editor of Charisma magazine and Charisma Media, reporter at the Los Angeles Daily News, and a regular guest on many television and radio shows. He also writes for Reuters, Newsmax, Townhall, and other media outlets, is the founder and editor in chief of Prophecy Investigators, and the vice president and chief operations officer of Battle Ready Ministries. His newest book, The Military Guide to Armageddon: Battle-Tested Strategies to Prepare Your Life and Soul for the End Times, co-authored with retired U.S. Army Chaplain and Colonel David Giammona, will be released January 5, 2021. He lives with his family in Irvine, California.

Bio for Bro. Troy Cline

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Troy is an Intercessor .He lead prayer at heritage church for about 10 years.He lived in San Clemente most of his life. He now lives in San Diego county in the town of fallbrrok, CA.He is currently an intercessor at Vista Assembly of God.He is also permanently partenering with Potters Ministry & Pas Cyril Rayan.

Bio for Bro. Khalid McKinley

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Khalid McKinley is the Worship Pastor of Faith Community Church in San Diego, CA. Previously, he was full-time staff at the House of Prayer in Pasadena and made the transition to Faith in April of 2018. He has extensive experience building highly effective cross-cultural relationships locally and abroad as a pastor and missionary. As the Director of Pastoral Care at the Pasadena International House of Prayer (PIHOP), Khalid was a core worship leader and provided counseling and resources to members of the staff and to PIHOP’s community network. As a missionary, Khalid has traveled to multiple countries preaching, teaching, prophesying and leading worship in Jordan, Israel, Palestine, Brazil, Argentina, Russia, Turkey, Jamaica, the Philippines and Japan. Khalid attended Hampton University where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Music Engineering. He went on to attend Fuller Theological Seminary where he received a Masters of Divinity and a Masters of Arts in Cross Cultural Studies. He is now in the process of releasing his first live recording and working full-time as a pastor, missionary, worship leader, psalmist, prayer warrior and teacher. In his free time, Khalid enjoys creating new recipes, writing music, watching movies and having fun with his wife and three children.

Bio for Chief Ronald J. Levine

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Chief Ronald J. Levine was responsible for safety and security of 40,000 students, 1,200 full-time and 1,900 part-time employees, 100+ buildings on 243 acres of land in the heart of Silicon Valley. He oversaw a staff of 24 full-time and ~25 part-time personnel (including 14 F/T & 7 P/T sworn). Chief Levine came to the College District in 2003 after a 22 year career with the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office. His law enforcement career has spanned over 46 years and has served in a variety of assignments including; Patrol, FTO, K-9, Detention, Courts, Career Criminal Apprehension Program, Emerging Technology Development Team, Sheriff’s Technical Assistance and Resource Team, Detective Bureau/High Tech Crimes, Administration, Reserves, Motors, Off Road Enforcement Team, Investigations, Intelligence, Narcotics/AANET (State & Local Task Force), Executive Protection, Liaison to US State Dept., Planning Cell/Operations/Intel/Air Support – 1984 Olympics and Planning/Operations/Intel – 1985 Super Bowl.

Chief Levine served as the General Vice Chair of the International Association of Chief’s of Police (IACP) – University and College Police Section and sat on the Executive Board of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force for the San Francisco Bay Area. Chief Levine was a member of the Steering Committee for Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, CA. He was a Member & Past President of the California College and University Police Chiefs Association (CCUPCA), Member & Past President of the Santa Clara County College University Police Chiefs Association (SCCCUPCA), Member and Past President of the Santa Clara County Law Enforcement Executive Council, Life Member of California Peace Officers Association (CPOA) and Member & Past President of the Silicon Valley Chapter of High Tech Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA). Additionally, Chief Levine is a Life Member of the Air Force Association (AFA).

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