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We want to encourage you to join us and our ministry partners at Intercessors for America  as we observe Cry Out America in remembrance of 9/11. Read more >>

Faith at Work

I pray that you had a restful and refreshing Labor Day weekend. For many of us, this signals the end of summer; students are back in school, football is back as well as your favorite fall coffee. Labor Day historically marks the beginning of fair wages, working conditions, and hours being set into motion. You were not made to work seven days a week, you must take time to rest your body and brain. Moreover, God calls us to a Sabbath, six days of work and one day of rest. Read more >>

Inspiration from Decades of Prayer in the Midwest

Ask anyone you pass throughout the day—the cashier at the grocery store, a coworker or a neighbor—if our country is divided, and you will most likely, hear a resounding ‘yes’! Regardless of their political affiliation or social strata, these divisions are deeply felt in our society, driving wedges between communities, churches and families. Looking back in history, America has endured seasons of division during times such as the tumultuous 1960’s, reaching back as far as the Civil War, and then beyond that to our Revolutionary War. Throughout these times, the Lord has equipped men and women to stand in the... Read more >>

Let's Pray Together as Our Nation Heads 'Back to School'

We thank God for you and for your prayers for our nation. As you prayed today you have probably heard the sounds of students walking to school or the bus driving down your street. In some parts of the U.S. school began weeks ago while a few areas still have one precious week of vacation to enjoy before the bell rings. Education is one of the seven mountains of influence in our nation that we pray into throughout the year, but we bring a special focus to this month to give you prayer prompts and resources to cover campuses, students,... Read more >>

Run into the Darkness with Light and LOVE

A Heartfelt Message to our National Day of Prayer Family As I sit here typing this article my heart aches with devastation not only from this past weekend of violence and death but from the past several years of terror in our schools, streets, and stores. As the school bus roared past my window this morning the plan had been to write to you about “Back to School in Prayer,” and as I turned on my local news, one of the top stories was about the drastic increase in the sales of bulletproof backpacks. Just pause and let that sink... Read more >>

Mountain States Area Leaders See Doors Open to Government Leaders and Seek to Mobilize Young Prayer Warriors

For a first-generation American, our freedoms have a special importance and create a strong love for our country. This is the same love for our country within Gina Gibson, the National Area Leader (NAL) for the mountain states alongside her husband, Stan. The Gibsons serve Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Montana and their home state of Wyoming. “No matter how difficult things are, America is still the best country because of freedom,” said Gina, whose father immigrated to the United States after World War II. “I’m burdened by all the strife and division in our country, but God has told me not... Read more >>

Planes, Trains, and Prayer: Intercessors on the Move (Part Two)

What is impossible with man is possible with God! When Linda Hanratty, NDP coordinator for Tillamook County and president of Tillamook County Wide Prayer Team began planning the 2019 NDP event, she felt conflicted. She wanted an event in each of the six incorporated cities in Tillamook County, but she did not want to give up the unity of hosting people from all over the large, rural county in one place. God directed Hanratty’s heart through an ordinary circumstance: a phone call asking about a venue. “I asked ‘Where is it?’ and she kept saying “It’s across the tracks, it’s... Read more >>

Planes, Trains, and Prayer: Intercessors on the Move (Part One)

As a new pilot, flying through clouds can be nerve-wracking; losing the ability to navigate by sight robs a pilot of the most basic, natural information our minds use in the decision-making process. Approaching a cloud, it appears as a barrier… until the aircraft continues right through the cloud and the pilot finds that it is nothing more than vapor; an optical illusion. For PrayerFlight National Coordinator Kim Stevens, organizing this year’s PrayerFlights on the National Day of Prayer became a step out of his comfort zone, moving him into the unknown and taking a risk. God proved faithful—barriers were... Read more >>

Prayer in America on The National Day of Prayer

Each year on the first Thursday of May, thousands of volunteer leaders from all fifty states and U.S. territories lead gatherings to observe the annual National Day of Prayer. The national observance in the U.S. Capitol is one expression, and we’ve shared what an impact that it has, reaching millions with the challenge to pray for America. But we can’t forget about the nearly 60,000 local events that take place each year through the tireless efforts of our volunteers. At thousands of gatherings, from prayer breakfast and lunch gatherings, to groups coming together in state capital buildings, city halls, and local... Read more >>

Father's Day Prayers

Greetings Friends, We pray that you have seen God move as you have been praying and showing the love of Jesus to at least one person that God put on your heart. Love is a journey, and we know the Spirit will prompt you in many Love One Anothermoments as you commit to put love into practice. With Father’s Day approaching, we want to wish all the Dads a very Happy Father’s Day as well as pausing to look at some prayer points for everyone to consider this week. Holidays raise an assortment of emotions in people as we have different... Read more >>