When this movement began, revivalists or evangelists would go to a community for a month, holding meetings to stir the saints and convert the sinners. This was reduced in the 30-40's to 2-week campaigns, and further reduced in the 50-60's to 8-day (Sunday-Sunday) meetings. I grew up with Fall and Spring 8-day meetings in my church. Then 6-day (Sunday-Friday), then 4-day (Sunday-Wednesday). Now I was offered to speak at a Sunday-Tuesday or Friday-Sunday meeting (I do Bible conferencerevivals on a variety of subjects for believers). (1) What is the "norm" in your church for length and frequency? (2) Are these well attended/successful in bringing UNSAVED in? (3) Is the bulk of the crowd your faithful church folk who are cowed/shamed into coming to have good attendance? (4) Do you see "revivals/evangelistic meetings" continuing for another generation or slowly dying in your lifetime?