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Theme for 2019 National Day of Prayer Unveiled: Love One Another

In The National Leadership Summit of The National Day of Prayer, 300 leaders gathered in Northwest Arkansas to advance a strategy of prayer for America. With every state represented, Dr. Floyd unveiled the theme — “Love One Another” — for the 2019 National Day of Prayer to be held Thursday, May 2, 2019. The theme comes from the words of Jesus in John 13:34, “Love one another. Just as I have loved you.” Watch the entire presentation here:   Download and share the image below and use our hashtag, #love1another. Dr. Ronnie Floyd is the senior pastor of Cross Church... Read more >>

Join us on Facebook Live on Tuesday, October 30, as I Reveal the Theme for the National Day of Prayer on May 2, 2019

Join us from across the nation and world on Tuesday morning, October 30 at 10:30 a.m. Central Time on the National Day of Prayer Facebook Page. The purpose of this experience is to announce the theme for the 2019 National Day of Prayer. I believe you will embrace it immediately. If you are unable to join us in person, join us online today and tomorrow on our National Day of Prayer Facebook Page. Pray for us today as we begin our National Leadership Summit for the National Day of Prayer. We are joined by people from all over who are interested in forwarding... Read more >>

When God Doesn't Respond: 12 Scriptural Reasons God May Not Be Answering Your Prayers

Today I would like to share the following article by my friend, Bill Elliff. Bill is a pastor and prayer warrior, and will be joining us for the National Leadership Summit for the National Day of Prayer next week. There is still time to sign up at nationaldayofprayer.com/summit. Now is the Time to Pray,Ronnie W. Floyd When God Doesn't Respond12 Scriptural Reasons God May Not Be Answering Your PrayersBy Bill ElliffWhen my high school friend invited me to work with him on his car, I was happy to join him. One problem: I knew nothing about cars! He told me... Read more >>

Advancing a Strategy of Prayer for America

Did you know that on Monday and Tuesday, October 29-30, at Cross Church in Rogers, Arkansas, the task force of the National Day of Prayer is having a conference for the purpose of engaging anyone interested in advancing a strategy of prayer for America? This fast-paced and energetic conference will equip and empower you to advance a strategy of prayer for your America, meaning where you live specifically, and for our America, the nation we have the privilege to call our earthly home. We will be talking about your local community, your region, your state, and all of America. We... Read more >>

Pastor, Do You Exercise and Work on Your Physical Fitness?

Busyness. Fatigue. Negligence. Each of these serves as reasons most pastors do not make physical fitness part of their normal day. In our vocation, there seems to be a major disconnect among us regarding the importance of our physical condition. Have you ever considered that you are unable to go where your body and health cannot take you? It is not my intention to create guilt, but motivation. I’m not trying to heap added pressure upon your life along with what you already deal with daily. I simply want to encourage you to take action to care for your physical... Read more >>

Answered Prayer Celebrated in the White House

I was not present this past Saturday afternoon when answered prayer was celebrated in the White House. However, because of live television, I watched Pastor Andrew Brunson, in the presence of the President of the United States, openly and unashamedly proclaim that his freedom from Turkish imprisonment of two years is the result of answered prayer. Members of the cabinet, United States Senate, and United States House of Representatives celebrated the power of answered prayer before the world via television. This open celebration resulted in Pastor Brunson and his wife both praying for President Donald Trump before the entire world.... Read more >>

The Way Forward Post-Kavanaugh

I don’t know about you, but the past three weeks have been some of the worst I have seen in my lifetime. Rarely have I witnessed so much unrestrained hate and vitriol on social media. Shouting matches, offensive retorts and extreme profanity were not an uncommon sight. One professor went as far as to call for the “miserable deaths” and torture of senators in a grotesquely graphic and violent way, while celebrities cursed off our elected officials with the foulest language. Even if you were off social media, you couldn’t escape the chaos. It followed us into our workplaces, churches... Read more >>

Invite God into the Process: An Election Prayer Guide from Prayer Connect Magazine

As we approach our nation's midterm elections, Christians must not only prepare to vote, but pray for the elections, candidates, and the church during this time. I believe my friend Dave Butts has written a wonderful guide for us, currently available in Prayer Connect Magazine. Begin reading below, or go here to see the entire article. Now is the Time to Pray,Ronnie W. Floyd   Invite God into the ProcessAn Election Prayer GuideBy David Butts Is positive change truly possible in our nation today? In every election cycle, American Christians have amazing opportunities sandwiched between grave dangers. We are privileged... Read more >>

4 Prayer Priorities for America, October 2018

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4 Prayer Priorities for America, October 2018

Dear Friends and Fellow Americans, We must mobilize America to prayer. Never, and I mean never in my lifetime has our nation needed prayer more than today. Call upon pastors, churches, and Christian leaders in all spheres of influence in America to pray now for our nation. This is a critical time, the needs are real, and we must join together to pray for America. Will you help us mobilize people to pray for America? I trust you will. 1. ASK GOD TO BE WITH AND SOVEREIGNLY LEAD THE LEADERS OF OUR NATION AND TO BLESS OUR NATION GRACIOUSLY IN THESE... Read more >>