A spiritual awakening that has led to an estimated 3,000 conversions and appears poised to last through the summer.
God sent the wind of the Holy Spirit many miles away to a humble town of 500 in West Virginia coal mining country.
Bo Copley, an unemployed coal miner, who gained media attention after he challenged Secretary Clinton’s statements about the coal industry, is a strong Christian who has been at the heart of the revival sweeping West Virginia.
The Mingo Central High School Prayer Club is being credited with starting a gospel movement in southern West Virginia that is impacting at least 20 schools.
“This [revival] moment has really turned everything around. People are excited. People are passionate. People have joy. People have hope.
“People said after four weeks the revival will die down, but then it went even further.
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For the past three weeks, the large sports complex in the small coal-mining town of Williamson, West Virginia, has been filled to the rafters with people crying out for God.