Revive Conference

As part of our Church Revitalization initiative, the St. Louis Metro is excited to introduce our new Revive Conference.

If your church family needs a fresh spark of passion for Christ and a renewed “first love” relationship with Him, a Revive Conference may serve you well.

Revive Conferences offer a rich, biblical walk-through of revival truth, held Sunday through Wednesday at your church.  While we can’t “produce” revival (that is God’s work), prayerfully, we will seek God together.  Biblical principles such as humility, honesty, repentance, forgiveness, and obedience, will refresh your congregation and offer you an opportunity to lead your church forward with new kingdom momentum.

In partnership with Mike Lee of Life Action Ministries, the sessions will be led by ministry leaders that are running the race themselves and have a desire to share from God’s word and their journeys how they are seeking to live the life that Jesus died to provide.

Revive Conferences create a unique context for Christ followers to seek & obey God which will move them towards taking kingdom action!  Truth and hope will be proclaimed. Families will be strengthened. Lives will be transformed. The church will experience spiritual renewal and increased passion for seeking to fulfill the Great Commission.

A Revive Conference is Ideal for . . .

  • Pastors looking to jumpstart spiritual momentum and vision
  • Churches that need a renewing of their first love for Christ
  • Congregations averaging less than 400 in weekly attendance

The Speaker - Mike Lee

Mike joined Life Action Ministries in 2005 after serving as an initiator, motivator, and leader in the private industry for 17 years.  Mike serves as the Director of Life Action’s Retreat & Conference Division which includes The Camp and The Lodge outreaches.   His wife Dana has a passion for women’s ministry and speaks regularly in various retreats and small group settings.  Mike & Dana live in Eureka, MO and have 7 children.

For additional information please contact St. Louis Metro or email Mike Lee.