How wonderful it is to see government leaders encouraging pastors and local congregations to reclaim their rightful place, that we might see God’s hand of healing and restoration in America (2 Chron. 7:14). If a country is best anchored by faith-based values, then it is time to join in united prayer and action! The concerted effort to secularize America has eroded our nation’s spiritual foundation, assaulted our natural rights and nearly silenced Christians with threats and intimidation. This is not a cause for pulling back—this is a call to action!
So much is at stake and we are excited to share an extraordinary opportunity that is now sitting before us—the largest effort ever undertaken by government leaders and pastors to increase prayer for America. The struggle is now at the doorsteps of our state capitols, city-councils, judicial courts, academic institutions and even the Church itself. Let us never forget God’s longstanding record of faithfulness to nations and peoples who believe Him for the impossible. The Scriptures record countless examples of extraordinary victories for the nation of Israel in the face of insurmountable odds. Why? It was because God’s people prayed and believed He would answer. Only God’s Church is where the gates of hell will not prevail.
If you are willing to schedule a PrayUSA Sunday at your church, a three-minute video and downloadable resource kitsare available at www.PrayUSA.com. Everything you need is right there, including: instructions, bulletins, flyers, posters, a PowerPoint slide, sample emails, social media tips and much more! Will you carry the torch with us?
Today, nearly 700 government leaders all across the United States, over 6,500 citizens and dozens of leading Christian organizations and churches have answered the call. Like the prophet Isaiah, individually and collectively they are saying, “Here I am, send me!”When we come before a gracious, but Holy God in humble petition, He is, “able to do far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think…to Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations” (Eph. 3: 20-21).