‘Miracles Under the Tent’ Ministry Begins Tomorrow

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Kevin and Brittney Chamberliss

New Breed Revival is based out of Tampa, Fla., and Whiteville will be the be their next stop for the ‘Miracles Under the Tent’ revival.  The ministry will begin tomorrow, July 12.

Kevin and Brittney Chamberliss have been in the ministry for 11 years, and over the last five years, they have devoted their full time and attention to spreading the Gospel. They started their profession in Virginia, but they relocated to Tampa in 2017. The couple are both graduates of River University and ordained ministers, and they are a part of a traveling ministry called New Breed Revival.  

“We hope to bring the Word to those who have never heard the Gospel. We want to heal the body of Christ while training Christians to come together for unity,” said Brittney.  

They come with groceries and household items in tow hoping that the giveaways encourage poverty-stricken residents and the sick in need of prayer and a miracle to come to the tent revival. They also give scholarships to those planning to attend Bible colleges, and they were once able to give a family in need a car.  

Their goal is to save souls and spread the Word while putting folks on the straight and narrow. They hope the domino effect helps to lower the crime rate and improve the lives of citizens living in the areas they minister to.  

Miracles Under the Tent saw over 1,400 attendees on their last visit to Columbus County four weeks ago. Hundreds were saved and many were baptized each night. The couple plans to keep returning to the area as much as they can.  

“We can’t leave until God says we’re done,” said Kevin.  

The revival runs from July 12-19 at 2630 Dock Road in Whiteville. Faith clinics will be held daily at 9 a.m. with evening services at 6:30 p.m. each night. For more information about the ministry, visit www.newbreedrevival.com. The Chamberlisses can also be contacted through the website.  



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