"It's a climatic time," he said. "I think the many years of creating a spiritual vacuum inside of kids by not teaching them the true reality that there's a destiny in God -- time plus chance, plus matter has produced a vacuum on the inside," he said. He continued "I think when they hear a message of hope it really speaks to them because they're kind of hanging in a spiritual limbo. And they press into it quickly to take it 'cause they know that's the truth."
The revival meetings will continue in Mingo County next week and possibly longer if it continues to grow.