Desire of Nations | Gospel Healing Crusade | UC Berkeley | Event Is Now Over


Check Zac’s YouTube for videos of the event. We will be holding another crusade early 2017.


What is a gospel healing crusade?

2015 Berkeley Crusade | 2016 Nicaragua Crusade

This is an evangelistic crusade where we will be preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. The gospel means “good news.” The message of salvation, healing, hope, fulfillment, and God’s kingdom will be proclaimed. The event will also feature music / worship and some student testimonies.

This is more than motivational speech. The message of God’s kingdom comes with power to utterly transform society and your life. Expect to hear a message that cuts you to the heart and exposes the deepest secrets of men. Expect to see miracles and supernatural healing take place. If you or someone you know has an incurable disease and wants to be healed, bring them to this event. The gospel heals the mind, spirit, and body. Whatever you are seeking, Jesus is the answer. He is the Desire of Nations.

Key Verse: “And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come: and I will fill this house with glory, saith the LORD of hosts. ” – Haggai 2:7


Help Us Spread the Word!  |  Media Resources:

Social Media:  Link to this page!

Image downloads:

16:9 projection  |  4:3 projection  |  web promo 1  |  web promo 2

6 x 4 print fliers & 17 x 11 posters are available upon request for churches, individuals, or groups who want to help distribute them.


Directions / Parking

Google Map to Sproul  |  Pauley Ballroom  |  The Channing / Durant Garage is a couple of blocks from campus and an excellent place to park. If taking BART, get off at downtown Berkeley station. It’s about a ten minute walk from there.


Evening Prayer Meetings Leading Up | Sept. 16-19th

Upper Room Prayer House  |   2470 Telegraph Ave #330, Berkeley, CA 94704

Friday night (Sept. 16th) – 9:30-11:30pm

Saturday night (Sept. 17th) – 7-9pm

Sunday night (Sept. 18th) – NO PRAYER MEETING

Monday night (Sept. 19th) – 9:30-11:30pm

If you are a believer and would like to join us in prayer for an outpouring of God’s Spirit through this crusade, please come.


Volunteer Teams  |  Open to Christians who want to serve

Contact: or to get involved

Worship – worship team at the event to welcome the presence of God throughout various points in the crusade

Ministry – ministry team to pray for healing, miracles, salvations, deliverances and to counsel new believers at the crusade.

Prayer / Intercession – prayer and fasting leading up to the event, intercessory teams the day of the event

Media – pictures, video, coverage of the event. Liaison with potential media outlets.

Follow Up – be responsible for creation of all follow up materials and a systematic approach to making sure every new believer is discipled

Promotions – assist with distributing fliers, posters, social media, and word of mouth leading up to the event

Campus Group Liaison – assist in training the other groups who want to be involved how they can invite, pray, and participate in the crusade.

Fund Raising – contacting churches and individuals to help raise funds for the expenses of this event and for Overflow Ministries to develop an ongoing support base


Background / Prophetic Significance

UC Berkeley is known nationwide as one of the most liberal, anti-Christian campuses out there. If God can awaken this campus, he can do it anywhere. This revival isn’t just for Berkeley.

Prophetically, this event is the fulfillment of a dream the Lord gave me along with numerous prophetic words some going back as far as 20 years ago. I believe these crusades are going to be catalytic for a new wave of evangelism on the campus that will ignite multiple campus groups with a burden for lost souls.



1. to win souls and enfold them into discipleship

2. to highly exalt the name of Jesus Christ

3. to inspire other Christians on campus to boldly proclaim the gospel

4. to dismantle satanic strongholds on the campus, ushering in a wave of revival

5. to release miracle working power. (Acts 3:16, Mark 16:15-18, Matt. 10:7-8, 1 Cor. 2:2-5)

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