Dodgers Fundraiser May 22nd!

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COME OUT AND SUPPORT REVIVUS BY HAVING A FUN NIGHT OF DODGER BASEBALL AND FINISHING THAT OFF WITH AN AMAZING FIREWORKS SHOW!
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Revivus Presents a Good Fight Ministries Event (May 16th)

Revivus PostcardCOME SEE THE PRESENTATION THAT WAS USED TO BRING CO-FOUNDER OF REVIVUS MINISTRIES, CHAD DAVIDSON (AS WELL AS COUNTLESS OTHERS), INTO THE SAVING KNOWLEDGE OF JESUS CHRIST!

SPEAKER
Pastor Joe Schimmel of Good Fight Ministries
They Sold Their Soul’s for Rock, Pop & Hip Hop Presentation

DATE AND TIME
Saturday May 16th @ 7:00PM

LOCATION
Blessed Hope Chapel,
23 W Easy St. Suite 204
Simi Valley Ca, 93065

Kershaw Pitches With a Purpose

Today Claytonmarks opening day for many teams throughout Major League Baseball. In Los Angeles, the Dodgers will be beginning their season with a starting lineup they think will give them the best chance to win. The best man they see, as well as everyone else, of giving them the best chance of winning is the 3 time Cy Young award winner and returning MVP pitcher, Clayton Kershaw.  While his name has become synonymous with Major League Baseball since his breakout year in 2011, many may not know that Clayton has a much greater purpose for playing than receiving accolades and trophies. While some 56,000 people will be most assuredly cheering on Kershaw, Clayton has made it clear that he plays for an audience of 1. Read the rest of this entry »

Happy Resurrection Day!

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The team at Revivus wants to wish everyone a happy resurrection Sunday!

The apostle Paul said that the resurrection is the linchpin of all of Christianity. As he stated in 1 Corinthians 15:14 “if Christ has not been raised, then our preaching is vain, your faith also is vain”. Paul was a man who left behind a life of luxury, the life of a leading 1st century Jewish Pharisee. Read the rest of this entry »

A Year Without My Best Man

Me and ChadIt’s hard to relay the sort of emotions that go through your head when you first hear the news. Of course doubt. Of course sadness. Some anger. Remorse, regret, etc. It’s as if all of them are attempting to flood in and you just sit there numb to it.  My own body didn’t even know how to react. It wasn’t until I had to tell my wife that I finally broke down and then again when I had to Skype my brother and sister-in-law on their honeymoon to tell them what had happened.
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