National Day of Prayer 2015

This Thursday, May 7, will be the 64th National Day of Prayer. You can be part of this important movement as we pray together for our country.

National Day of Prayer 2015

The National Day of Prayer website offers a number of prayer resources. I am attaching two of those resources here because they are helpful in knowing how to pray specifically for our country’s leaders:

*a bookmark which lists 130 top U.S. officials by name (click HERE), and
*a prayer guide which lists 30 ways to pray for those who are in authority (click HERE).

We certainly want to be praying for the Supreme Court justices as they prepare to rule on Obergefell v. Hodges. Their decision will have a significant  impact on marriages and families in this country.

The theme for this year’s National Day of Prayer is 1 Kings 8:28: “Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day.”

And here is this year’s song:

As always, you are invited to join us this Thursday for our weekly prayer call. We “fight on our knees” for our marriages at 12:30 (Eastern) for fifteen minutes. To join us online, click HERE on Thursday; or to join us by phone, call 1-323-920-0091. When prompted, enter the access code 022 5211#. (Callers are in “listen-only” mode.)

How are you praying for our country?

Praying with you,
Tami

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2 thoughts on “National Day of Prayer 2015

  1. Thank you so much, Tami. We had 13 of us at the Johnson’s home tonight for our home prayer meeting. It was a very blessed time. God is blessing Tony and we really appreciate him following through with this. Love to all of you, S. J

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  2. Susan, that is fantastic! May God continue to equip Tony in a powerful way, and may He bless this precious group of believers. We send our love to all of you!

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