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'Hundreds and Hundreds' Baptized in Texas Fountain: 'Wells of Revival Stirring'

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Thousands of believers in Texas say their lives were changed this weekend after they participated in one of the biggest revivals that continues to sweep across the United States this summer.  

Former Wiccan turned Christian minister Jenny Weaver baptized "hundreds and hundreds" of men, women, and children in a water fountain outside of Trinity Church in Cedar Hill, Texas.

As CBN News has reported, Weaver is leading one of the biggest revivals in the U.S. throughout the summer.

"I heard the Lord say in March 'This will be the SUMMER OF BAPTISMS' and this word has come to pass," she wrote on social media. "2000 people and the power of God met us!!!"

As we reported, Weaver was given the directive to host the "Summer of Baptisms" shortly before baptizing more than 200 people on Easter Sunday on Clearwater Beach in Tampa, FL.

"Baptisms are sweeping the nation because it's what God is currently doing," she said last month. "'s the time to REJOICE because the harvest is READY!!!!"

Thousands joined the Core Group leader and her husband Stephen on the shores of Siesta Key Beach in Sarasota, FL to praise and worship Jesus Christ during the kickoff of "Summer of Baptisms" event on Mother's Day weekend. 

Weaver said what took place that day was, "Absolutely a move of God!"

Core Group members joined Weaver simultaneously on Mother's Day weekend on beaches and rivers in California, New Jersey, Missouri, Tennessee, and New Zealand. 

Weaver previously told CBN News that having the baptisms on a beach on a holiday weekend was a strategic assignment from God. 

"When you use those holidays to travel, you get those people who are at the lakes and beaches for the holiday. So the whole purpose is to [reach] the lost," she shared.

Weaver shared that as a result people who came to the beach to party but left wanting more of God. 

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"Yesterday we baptized a few people who smelled like they had been drinking," she recounted on Facebook. "They had tears in their eyes and said 'We don't want to live like this anymore. We need Jesus.' It was so surreal and they meant it, you could tell!!!"

As for this weekend's massive baptism, Weaver says "History is being made."  

Not only were people baptized during the five-hour service, but many repented, and prayers for healing were released. Attendees described feeling the tangible presence of God and some were moved to tears by the Holy Spirit. 

"Lowering people in the water who were in wheelchairs and they wanted to get baptized like this sweet woman right here! The power of God was moving so strong for these baptisms.. I'll never forget this," she wrote. 

Participants commented on how powerful the event was and how their lives were changed. 

"Hundreds upon hundreds of souls were saved, baptized in water, baptized in the Holy Spirit, physically healed and delivered," one attendee commented on Facebook. "The tangible presence of God was so beautiful and so evident. The wells of revival are stirring all across this land."

Another person shared, "We experienced Acts 2 yesterday at the Dallas Baptisms at Trinity Church with Jenny Weaver. God poured out His Spirit on His sons & daughters. Salvation. Repentance. Healings. Much deliverance. Thank you Jesus for freely giving your children all that you paid for!"

The worship leader told Fox News she has plans to carry this ongoing event through the entire summer. 

"The plan is to go to as many places and allow people from all over to come and get baptized," she said. "People are wanting hope. People are desperate for a change and we believe they will find that in Jesus."

Weaver added that the message is simple – "Come get transformed."

"This is an eternal thing and people can find that the transformation is in Jesus," she told the outlet. "I am an ex-Wiccan. I was homeless. I was living on the street...and now I am completely changed and there is only one thing that did that and that is Jesus."

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Talia Wise has served as a multi-media producer for, CBN Newswatch, The Prayer Link, and CBN News social media outlets. Prior to joining CBN News she worked for Fox Sports Florida producing and reporting. Talia earned a master’s degree in journalism from Regent University and a bachelor's degree from the University of Virginia.