Both evangelicalism and fundamentalism developed partly from revivalistic movements. The Great Awakenings, tent meetings, even annually scheduled "revivals."
As a newer believer, I was influenced by that concept somewhat (although not to the extreme), and it is no longer the way I think. And it is not the way our church (by and large) thinks, although it was an important part of our church's past.
So we are not asking about individuals in your church, but the direction and leadership of your church are in view.
There is plenty of room to comment, as I probably will down the road. You could comment on why things have or have not changed in this realm. You can also comment about the bundling of "revival" with political agendas and other package deals that may not necessarily go together.
Incidentally, we are not talking about God sovereignly reinvigorating His church, but rather human efforts to either make this happen or make efforts to somehow move God to bring this about.
You may want to check more than one category. Just take your best guess if this is the case. Youi can always comment to explain your view more fully, if you wish.