Farmer evangelist Angus Buchan says he has a hope to see “total revival” in the United States “starting with the men and spreading to the family, communities and nation as a whole”.
Buchan arrived back in South Africa this week after speaking to more than ten thousand men at the second Mighty Men Conference (MMC) USA at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, on Sunday night, November 17. A few months before he addressed a similar-sized gathering of men at the first MMC USA at the at the Murphy Centre at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro.
“We have already started receiving very encouraging reports of changed lives and we are so grateful to the Lord Jesus for what He is doing. As John Wesley said, the definition of revival is ‘a people saturated with God’. Having experienced the MMC phenomenon in South Africa, we know this is the same Spirit, excitement and Holiness, we felt here.”
Buchan said that besides speaking at the MMC USA, other highlights of his latest ministry trip to the USA were speaking at the World Outreach Church (WOC) in Murfreesboro on Saturday, November 27 and Sunday, November 28, and visiting the 80 000 capacity Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, Texas, where he and G. Allen Jackson, Senior Pastor of WOC, prayed over the stadium.
“By faith, we are believing one day to book the stadium [Cowboys] for Jesus,” said Buchan.
Jackson invited Buchan to address the first MMC USA in May after they met in Israel in 2011 where they were both speakers at the Feast of Tabernacles. Jackson and his brother, Pastor Phillip Jackson organised the MMC USA in Nashville.
Asked about his priorities for this season, Buchan said: “To spend more time with the Lord Jesus. To spend more time with my family. To go only where the Lord Jesus directs us, namely the USA and Israel at the moment.”