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Answered Prayer and Deliberate Sin


Shirley DobsonDoes God answer the prayers of a Christian who deliberately sins? When asked that question, theologian R.C. Sproul responded this way: When we refer to Christians who deliberately sin, we’re talking about every Christian who ever lived, and we’re talking about something that Christians do every day of their lives. We can talk about sins that are committed in ignorance and so on, but I hope we recognize that the vast majority of the sins we commit are done deliberately. We sin because we want to, because we choose to. If God refused to hear the prayers of Christians... Read more >>

National Prayer Call


Join Shirley Dobson, Lisa Crump, John Bornschein, Dion Elmore and a panel of special guests as we PRAY FOR AMERICA.  WHEN: Thursday, April 3, 2014TIME: 10:00-11:30 p.m. Eastern Time ZoneHOW: Call 712-432-0075 (enter PIN: 4961322#)   Read more >>

One Voice, United in Prayer


John BornscheinIn 1620, William Bradford and the brave men and women of faith aboard the Mayflower declared America to be “for the glory of God and the advancement of the Christian faith.” Later it was President George Washington who said that the twin pillars essential for supporting a successful society are morality and religion. John Adams, our second president specified that the “The general principles on which the fathers achieved independence were … the general principles of Christianity.”So, where are we today? Are we still a Christian nation? For those of us who align with this faith, the easy answer... Read more >>

Fellowship with God


Shirley DobsonWarm greetings from the National Day of Prayer Task Force (NDP)!  As we draw closer to this year’s National Day of Prayer on May 1, I want to take this opportunity to share the importance of your ongoing partnership in our efforts.  Since 1952, when Congress established an annual day of prayer, millions of Americans have gathered each year in churches, synagogues, schools, parks, and other venues to intercede for our nation.  Today we face extremely difficult times and daunting challenges, from economic turmoil to the threat of terrorism to moral confusion and decline.  It behooves us, then, to... Read more >>

Praying for Revival


Commissioner Tim EcholsSome years ago, Ken Wales produced a movie called “Amazing Grace” about the remarkable life of William Wilberforce.  Wilberforce, a Member of Parliament who took office after the Revolutionary War, not only changed Britain, but impacted the world.  For those of praying for revival in America, there is much to learn from his life.Most historians remember Wilberforce as the man who, through passionate conviction and dogged determination, almost single-handedly achieved the abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire in 1807.  In fact, after his death in 1833, black leaders in New York City heralded him as... Read more >>

Are You One?


Lisa CrumpValentine's Day has come and gone and I am sure you have noticed that it is set in place by our present culture to be all about ‘love’.  Certainly, we pray for marriages and our other human relationships to be well cared for.  Yet, there is a greater love story that transcends faces, places and wallets.  Where can we go to learn more?Have you ever felt there was a Bible scripture that you just didn’t understand or left you in a place of confusion?  Maybe it even seemed to contradict other verses or concepts clearly stated in other passages.Some... Read more >>

One Voice


Kathy BranzellPsalm 34:3 O magnify the LORD with me, And let us exalt His name together. NASBOne of the many things I love about prayer is that it has a special way of uniting the followers of Christ. Prayer draws us together even when our traditions, denominations, preferences, or personalities might not have much in common. Prayer is a common thread that the Spirit sews throughout the body of Christ to repair the torn and tattered places that cause separation among us. One of my most favorite type of prayer gatherings are “Concerts of Prayer.” Concerts of Prayer, (COP) can... Read more >>

2014 Theme Video

One Voice, United in Prayer - the 2014 Theme Video for the National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 1: //www.youtube.com/embed/ojHcsZ7eOhI?list=UUkOio8khB6MKH-JO9qpBEfw Click here to purchase this video now  Read more >>

The Power of Family Prayer


“Dad, I’m so hungry. May I have some bread?”Does that sound like a prayer to you? Or is it more like a child asking his father for what he needs? God invites us to come to Him as a little child. It’s as simple as saying, “Daddy, I need you.”God holds the key to all your longings: provision, protection, belonging, compassion, forgiveness. And He wants to provide them for you . . . just ask Him. He strengthens and encourages you and your family through your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Prayer—corporate family prayer—is the power source from which... Read more >>

Getting Ready


Shirley DobsonWarm greetings to you from the National Day of Prayer Task Force!  It is my privilege to pass along this word of thanks for your ongoing friendship and involvement in the National Day of Prayer, as well as to provide you with a glimpse into the ways God is working as we urge Americans to more fervent intercession for our nation.  The past few years have been a time of great challenge and turmoil here in the United States and around the world, but the Lord has clearly used this period of uncertainty to lead His people to a... Read more >>