Great Anticipation

Written by Ryan Romeo | November 28, 2017

It passed without fanfare. Overshadowed by Halloween. Or movie star scandals. Political scandals. Or—if I’m being honest—the release of Stranger Things 2. One of the greatest moments in history happened 500 years ago last October 31st. The anniversary of the Reformation. It was a seismic moment in Church history. The German monk Martin Luther nailed […]

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Eyes Open

Written by Ryan Romeo | October 18, 2017

“I loved OUTCRY this year,” he said, “but I just think it was too produced for a worship event. Just too much.” Have you ever had a log-jam of thoughts? So many things flying through your brain that you end up saying nothing? Or just frowning and nodding like an idiot? That was me that […]

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Church Leaders Gathering

Written by Ryan Romeo | July 28, 2017

OUTCRY began with—and continues to have—a heart for the local church. From the beginning of the tour our desire was to remind those in the church that they are part of the greatest movement on earth. The bride of Christ is not dying, nor is she in decline. Her greatest days are ahead! This is […]

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Don’t. Give. Up.

Written by Ryan Romeo | July 6, 2017

I was standing side-stage, watching the night like I had many times before. As I was leaning against the short wall separating the stage from the seats, I felt a tap on my shoulder. As I turned around, I was met by the face of a man in his late thirties. He began speaking, but […]

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Leading a Movement

Written by Ryan Romeo | April 6, 2017

I have been devoted to the local church from the moment a young youth pastor poured his life into me and introduced me to Jesus. It has been full of ups and downs, but I always knew that the local church is the greatest thing that ever happened in my life. Even now, as I […]

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He Died for Us

Written by Ryan Romeo | March 3, 2017

We have all heard about Jesus’s sacrifice for us individually. That he died on the cross to take our sins on himself. That he received the correction and punishment due to us so that we can walk in freedom. We have been saved from the death that sin produces so we can stand alive in […]

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