MAY 07, 2020

The National Day of Prayer pre dates the founding of our nation. In 1775 the Continental Congress set aside a day for prayer. Modern day National prayer events commonly organize prayer around the seven centers of influence: government, military, media and arts, business, education, church, and family. Participating in events where communities gather to pray for the seven centers of influence, focusing on national repentance and revival has been a life-changing spiritual awakening.

This season, with the virus concerns leaders are conducting prayers remotely. There are many avenues available to participate. Here are some options:

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