Borderlands Revival Conference

The days in which we live are dark indeed, and there is a growing need for our nation to experience Holy Spirit Revival.  We are aware that throughout the Scottish/English borderlands God’s Holy Spirit is quickening congregations and small separate groups to pray for God to manifest His glory. Congregations are showing signs of awakening to this need for consistent intensive prayer, and an increasing need for holiness in their lives. We believe that our God is a God who hears and answers prayer! Could we be the generation that experiences Revival in our borderlands and that this will spread outwards to the nation? Join us to be informed, encouraged and refreshed for the mission ahead.

Join us for the Borderlands Revival Conference (Connections) 2024

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Purpose of conference - There are two main aims for this conference:

  1. The first is to encourage us all in our prayer journey towards calling on God to bring Holy Spirit Revival to these Borderlands as well as to the nation.
  2. The second is to raise awareness and connect us to one another so that we know that we do not journey alone on this calling, and also from time to time to organize collective prayer across these Borderlands.

Practical issues

  • Arrival is at 10.30 am for registration, tea and coffee. The conference begins at 11.00 am and finishes around 4.30 pm (with breaks!)
  • Please bring your own lunch; tea and coffee will be available to buy at lunchtime
  • Sorry, there is no special provision for children at this event
  • The Buccleuch Centre is wheelchair accessible
  • There is limited parking at the Centre but parking is available at nearby Langholm Academy
  • To book a ticket (£6) click on the Ticket link button above.

Conference Speakers

Richard H H Johnston is the founder of Revive Us Again Ministries, Christian Mindfulness and Mindful Church.  He has a particular passion to help people connect with the healing mercy of Christ through prayer, meditation and contemplative practices.  He came to faith in Christ one Saturday afternoon in 1989, while reading John's Gospel.  He says "the Holy Spirit came upon me.  It was like Divine electricity going through my body.  A huge smile came on my face and I started to cry with both surprise and amazement."  He has a passion for revival longs to see the church revived and the nation awakened to know Jesus Christ.

Tom Seagraves attended Glasgow Bible College (Formerly the Bible Training Institute) for three years in his late thirties, before entering a pastoral ministry for a number of years. He then trained as a BACP registered psychotherapist and practised for 16 years until retirement in 2016. He and his wife Liz co-ordinate Prayer for Revival in the Borderlands which originated from Tom receiving a clear prophetic vision in 2019 that revival is coming to the Borderlands. He has an itinerant preaching/teaching ministry and a passion for the study of and teaching on revival.

Bob and Mary Bain are founders of Welcome Network and are based in Northumberland. Their mission is to connect people together to show God’s love and power in their community. They bring ideas about how church and mission can be done differently. They help churches in a local area to connect together in worship and prayer, and to serve the community in collaborative projects. They facilitate ‘Fire in the North’ which is a gathering of people from all denominations in Northumberland to seek God for revival.

Conference Programme

1030 – 1100    Arrival, tea and coffee

1100 – 1230    Session one           

1230 – 1330    Lunch

1330 – 1415    Session two

1415 – 1430    Break

1430 – 1600    Session three

1600 – 1630    Final session