Revival is when a congregation has a corporate move of repentance internally and is externally manifested through evangelism, miracles, and compassion. In short, the Book of Acts all over again!
There is many verses that suggest a great revival before the rapture of the Church. Joel 2:28-30, Matthew 24:14, Mark 16:20, and Revelation 22:17 are examples.
There is no list of things but every revival has Cross centric preaching, holiness-focused and evangelistic-driven season of Outpouring.
Jesus is returning for a people as He left them: in Pentecost! The book of Acts is the lifestyle of what being a Jesus followe is. Recommended reading is Craig Kenner's Acts commentary.
Historically, prophecy and dreams/visions have played a major part in the revival. God speaks to His people concerning revival. Tommy Hicks' and David Yonngi Cho both had visions before revival came as examples.
There are many but I would suggest studying the Azusa Street revival, Voice of Healing (1950's), and the Brownsville Revival.
God has been moving and it will only increase until Matthew 24:14 is fulfilled. It is clear that the end time revival is before the rapture of the Church at the start of the Great Tribulation.
Revival always becomes missions. Revival is the church on mission, doing missions and being missional. Without a missional vision, it is not revival.
7 Mountain Mandate is the current term for Dominionism. it is a heretical doctrine from the 1980's. It is rejected at all levels. Our calling is to be a faithful witness in a corrupt generation, not fight culture wars.
Jesus is coming back for a Church on fire like in the Book of Acts. There are movements that do not desire to be on fire. Just as people can lose their salvation, churches can lose their lampstands.