Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from beautiful Colorado!  Like many others, I love this time of year – the cold, snowy weather and the bright, crisp air add to the joy of celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ.  As we reflect on His incarnation, I pray you and your loved ones make some wonderful Christmas memories and draw ever closer to our Lord. Read more >>

Impact Across the Nation

On behalf of the National Day of Prayer Task Force, we want to take a moment to share with you some of the exciting ways God has been expanding our ministry and increasing America’s awareness of the significance and power of prayer.  Seeds have been planted and lives changed. Indeed, the Lord is moving in this great nation, and we are privileged to be a part of His ongoing work.  Each year brings new opportunities to champion the cause of prayer and much of the credit goes to a dynamic network of volunteers.  Their dedicated efforts within their communities, coupled... Read more >>

Thanksgiving and Praise

“Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise; give thanks to Him and praise His name.” Psalm 100:4 Thank God for what He has done for you – for answers to prayer, for forgiving your sins, for coming in to your life, for making you His child. We can thank Him both for blessings seen and those as yet unseen. It is a key to faith, and it is natural and right that we give thanks always to the One from whom all good things come (1 Thessalonians 5:18). Thank God for the results of prayer, both before... Read more >>

Impact Report

The National Day of Prayer has seen tremendous growth as God has mobilized His people to prayer. Read more >>

Veterans Day

As we honor those who have served in the United States Armed Forces, the National Day of Prayer Task Force encourages you to pray for our military families and diligently intercede on behalf of those who continue to fight for freedom across the globe. Scriptures remind us that Almighty God goes before us even on the battlefield: Read more >>

What a Great Sacrifice VIDEO

  Produced by Chris McGowan and Hyper Pixels Media. Click here to watch and download other videos from Hyper Pixels Media >> Read more >>

Praying for Our Enemies

Hear the words of Jesus to all who would follow Him: “I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you.” (Matthew 5:44)For the German pastor and theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the enemy was obvious—he was imprisoned and finally murdered by the Nazis. Facing this persecution, he had these comments on Christ’s directive to love our enemies: Read more >>

The Finish Line

On September 9, 2015, the National Day of Prayer Task Force and its many ministry partners began a 56-day trek around the country, traveling 5,915 miles through 26 states to mobilize prayer on more than 50 college campuses. The tour concluded today, November 4, 2015, in Washington D.C. at the Department of Education. Read more >>

The Power of Prayer

Relationship is the core of effective, powerful prayer. Each of us has been given the ability to come before God’s throne of grace (Hebrews 4:16) at any time to communicate with our Creator. This is one of the truths that makes our faith unique, but it can be difficult for our minds to grasp. On an earthly level, we are not accustomed to this kind of unlimited access to those in authority, but God is different. We can approach Him in an instant. He wants to hear from us and is pleased when we call! He will never put us... Read more >>

A Timeless Perspective

As the First World War raged in Europe, P.T. Forsyth noted in The Soul of Prayer how people had developed deeper interest in prayer. But in a chapter called “The Timeliness of Prayer,” Forsyth addressed a larger frame of reference:The real power of prayer in history…is the corporate action of a Savior-Intercessor and His community, a volume and energy of prayer organized in the Holy Spirit and in the Church the Spirit creates… True prayer…is in the most organic and vital context of affairs, private and public, if all things work together, deeply and afar, for the deep and final... Read more >>