About Omaudi Reid


Omaudi Reid is currently the senior pastor of the Harvest Army God's Revival Arena in Brooklyn, NY. His life has been tremendously affected by the Harvest Army World Revival Movement, and so endeavors to preach the gospel and stir revival in any medium possible.


He has been in active Christian ministry for over 15 years. He is married to Guerline Reid and has three children. Omaudi is a graduate of Beulah Heights University with a Bachelor in Biblical Studies and Leadership, and he also obtained a Masters in Education. His passionate zeal for God has positively affected many across the world to rise to their God-given potential.

Books:
Creating Unbreakable Bonds: Marital Intimacy on Three Levels
No More Whacky Worship
and more in the God Revival Series!

Start Praying Hard – 2nd Book in God’s Revival Series

Start Praying Hard is the second book in the God’s Revival Series. The first book, at the time of this writing, was just released – No More Whacky Worship. The first two books, No More Whacky Worship and Start Praying Hard, is a call to raise the standard as we become catalysts for world revival. […]

Worship at its Best?

What some of the most popular leaders in Christendom describe as “worship at its best” is a far cry from the true worship found in the Bible. For example, the leader of one of the the largest churches in America said the following concerning one of the largest Christian mega events in the United States […]

Demons in the Worship Temple

Is it possible that many places that should be houses of worship are instead havens of devils? The church should rightly be a place where folks oppressed by demonic powers can come and receive deliverance. But today some church assemblies are inviting demons in their places of worship. It behooves the believer to ensure that […]

Whacky Worship: Behind the Name

Scroll to the bottom and Sign up for our newsletter to get a Free Sample of No More Whacky Worship One evening a brother walked into my office, and proceeded to tell me that coming to church is only necessary when one is “led by the Spirit”. His belief kept him from coming to church […]

Cultivating Spiritual Intimacy

When two people – destined for each other, come together, there is often an incredible amount of combustibility. Combustion occurs when two or more substances react chemically together, resulting in the giving off of heat and light; often called burning. In the same manner, two people joined together by God can spiritually set each other […]

The Romantic Worshipper

A dozen roses, a box of chocolate, a love letter, and a special date, all these are famous examples of romantic advancements. However, the art of romance surpasses routines, just as true worship involves more than observing religious rituals. A spirit of worship in the home sets a healthy atmosphere for loving romance. My wife […]

Maintaining the Friendship

Key Scripture: Proverbs 17:9 ..He that covereth a transgression seeketh love; But he that repeateth a matter separateth very friends. Try sitting in a totally quiet and sound proof room for a while, and then leave a faucet dripping. Soon, you will likely get annoyed. That one dripping pipe will cause you to either get […]

The Importance of Date Night

Married life is complex. Why? Because many dynamics are involved in the relationship. The husband and the wife each face the challenges of life, whether that be overcoming personal challenges, being successful on a job, raising children, dealing with family members, and just simply the daily pressures of life. These can seem even more challenging […]

Keeping Your Peace When Your Spouse Loses It

Colossians 3:15 – ..let the peace of God rule in your heart.. It’s the end of the day and your spouse gets home. He or she did not give a smile, a hello, nor a “honey I’m home”. The behavior of the kids seems to annoy him or her more than usual, and everything you […]

Forgiving Infidelity – Getting Past the Hurts

How can an offended spouse move on when his or her partner has been unfaithful?  Let us reflect on this question from the basis that the couple intends to stay together, since reconciliation is usually best.  However, what should the offended spouse do?  Pretend as if it nothing happened?  Ignore it?  Overlook it?  Use it as […]