Secret Church 17 Recap - Radical

Secret Church 17 Recap

Secret Church 17 brought together 56,000 participants from 87 countries and all 50 states—including 1,049 churches, 1,550 small groups, and our largest live gathering audience of 4,045 people—all for the sake of spending concentrated time in the Word and in passionate prayer for the  persecuted church around the globe. From the entire team at Radical, we want to thank you for being a part of Secret Church. It was a memorable night that we pray has ripple effects for months and years to come for the sake of Jesus Christ being made known where He is not now known.

One week later, here is a collection of some of our favorite still images, videos, and online interaction from Secret Church 17.

For Iran

At Secret Church 17, we joined arms for the For IRAN campaign and spent focused time praying for the underground church in Iran, as well as challenged the participants to give $150,000 for 50,000 gospel memory cards to be distrubuted among Iranians. 1 gospel memory card = a complete Bible in their native language, 10 gospel movies, books and articles, a full gospel-presentation, and a feedback loop for follow-up. (The exciting results from the offering will be announced soon!)

You can still take part.

Did you miss out on the night? No problem. You can still watch the full replay as an individual or a group through May 31st:

Also, we are dedicating the entire month of May to pray for Iran. Download the 31-day Prayer Guide (included in the SC17 Extras) or the free iOS app to join us.

Secret Church 18

We’re excited to announce that Secret Church 18 will be April 20, 2018 at Long Hollow Baptist Church outside of Nashville, TN. More details at

Thomas formerly served as the Engagement Director at Radical. He provided oversight for digital media strategy, marketing, brand imaging, and user experience. Thomas worked in both digital media and ministry for over 12 years. He earned a Master of Divinity at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, NC.

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