Thursday, May 2nd, 2019
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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 >>

Taking a Stand


John BornscheinAs we prepare for the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer on May 1, 2014, let us take a moment to pause and reflect on what God has done and continues to do across our nation. The 62nd annual National Day of Prayer was perhaps the greatest mobilization of the church in America since the Jesus Movement or the Fulton Street Revival of 1857. In Washington D.C., the National Observance launched a wave of prayer that that spread to over 42,000 unique gatherings from coast to coast and a message of revival and personal commitment was delivered passionately. Jeremiah... Read more >>

Collegiate Day of Prayer


On February 27, thousands of students, parents and churches will unite in prayer, across America, on campuses from coast-to-coast to pray. Join with us! The Scope of Our Prayers When we pray we are sowing seeds of faith into the Kingdom of God. Our prayers today are literally adding to the prayers of all those who have gone before us. Yes, our prayers are contributing to a larger Kingdom story that has been unfolding throughout the generations. Psalms 9:12 says, "He does not forget the cry of the humble." Therefore, we can be assured that all these years of prayer... Read more >>

One Mind

Kathy Branzell So that with one mind and voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 15:6 What is on your mind right now? Are you thinking about work, marriage, your children, a relationship, health, an upcoming event, money, politics, a decision you need to make, a loved-one who is far away or even serving in the military? Maybe your mind is not filled with deep thoughts at this moment, only a few distractions or daily stuff like, “What am I going to fix for dinner?” I have learned that when life seems shattered... Read more >>

One Voice, United in Prayer


Lisa Crump There seems to be escalating chaos and crisis day by day. I know you must see it too.  So, what can we do about it?  Well, one thing is for sure. We must increase our seeking the LORD for help to stop the shootings, heal the sick, bestow wisdom in our government, and provide finances and counsel for our families.  Wouldn’t it be more powerful to come to Him together – be a united voice to His throne? Did you know there is a national network of volunteers who coordinate prayer events on the National Day of Prayer,... Read more >>

One Voice, United in Prayer


Lisa CrumpThere seems to be escalating chaos and crisis day by day. I know you must see it too.  So, what can we do about it?  Well, one thing is for sure. We must increase our seeking the LORD for help to stop the shootings, heal the sick, bestow wisdom in our government, and provide finances and counsel for our families.  Wouldn’t it be more powerful to come to Him together - be a united voice to His throne?Did you know there is a national network of volunteers who coordinate prayer events on the National Day of Prayer, the First... Read more >>

One Mind


Kathy BranzellSo that with one mind and voice you may glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 15:6What is on your mind right now? Are you thinking about work, marriage, your children, a relationship, health, an upcoming event, money, politics, a decision you need to make, a loved-one who is far away or even serving in the military? Maybe your mind is not filled with deep thoughts at this moment, only a few distractions or daily stuff like, “What am I going to fix for dinner?” I have learned that when life seems shattered or my... Read more >>

Write It Down


Rosalinda BaronImportant things should be written down.It's obvious through the Ten Commandments and the Bible that the Lord places a great emphasis on putting important things in writing. We putimportant things in writing too, such as marriage licenses and business contracts. But, when it comes to writing our Last Will and Testament, we tend to put it off year after year.The truth is that having a Christian Will that legally provides for your loved ones is an important act of stewardship that believers often overlook. Have you stopped to consider that your Will is the legal document that transfers stewardship... Read more >>

Man Arrested for Praying

Have you heard the story about the 85-year old man who was arrested for praying?You probably have. That's the story of Daniel, an elderly Jewish resident in Babylon sentenced to death for faithfully talking to God (Daniel 6).Although the prayer that sent Daniel to the lion's den is his most famous talk with God (6:11), it wasn't the only time we see him in prayer. In Daniel 9, we read an example of how he prayed. Daniel had been reading in his scroll of Jeremiah that the captivity of his people would last 70 years, and the people were 67... Read more >>

Persevere in Prayer

Jesus once told a story about a widow who repeatedly asked a judge for justice against an adversary:“For some time [the judge] refused. But finally he said to himself, ‘Even though I don’t fear God or care about men, yet because this widow keeps bothering me, I will see that she gets justice, so that she won’t eventually wear me out with her coming!” And the Lord [Jesus] said, “Listen to what the unjust judge says. And will not God bring about justice for his chosen ones, who cry out to him day and night?” (Luke 18:4-7)Scripture says that Jesus... Read more >>