Over the last few re:surgence gatherings, His presence moving among community has been undeniable and very transformational. Lives are being changed, people are being healed, and there is a hunger for more! Thus, we feel the urgency to put a call for the community (you) to join us in prayer as we continue to hunger for more of His presence.

From the beginning of re:surgence, prayer has come up again and again as a key component – it must be our foundation. We are desperate for more of His kingdom and His presence in our lives, the Church and in the nation, and we are utterly convinced that He is far more excited to pour out the fire of His love and His transformative grace than we are desperate.

Join us every Tuesday at 7AM at Taylor Seminary for 1-hour of prayer. This will be one hour with no other agenda than to come close to God and seek His kingdom. For James 4:8 states, “Come close to God and He will come close to you.”

Here are the details on how you can join the community:

Tuesday’s at 7AM-8AM

[starting November 23 – that is tomorrow] Taylor Seminary
11525 – 23 Avenue NW

How do I get there? Here is a MAP for directions.[Please use the North-West Doors and Parking Lot]

For those able to join us, we look forward to seeing you there!

Living the call,

Travis Holownia and the re:surgence team

— Here are some verses on Intercession and Intimacy with God:


Isaiah 62:9-11 (Amplified Bible)

But they who have gathered it shall eat it and praise the Lord, and they who have brought in the vintage shall drink it [at the feasts celebrated] in the courts of My sanctuary (the temple of My holiness).   Go through, go through the gates! Prepare the way for the people. Cast up, cast up the highway! Gather out the stones. Lift up a standard or ensign over and for the peoples. Behold, the Lord has proclaimed to the end of the earth: Say to the Daughter of Zion, Behold, your salvation comes [in the person of the Lord]; behold, His reward is with Him, and His work and recompense before Him.  


1 Corinthians 8:2-3
“If anyone imagines that he has come to know and understand much [of divine things, without love], he does not yet perceive and recognize and understand as strongly and clearly, nor has he become as intimately acquainted with anything as he ought or as is necessary.  But if one loves God truly [with affectionate reverence, prompt obedience, and grateful recognition of His blessing], he is known by God [recognized as worthy of His intimacy and love, and he is owned by Him].”