US National Day of Prayer on May 5th

Millions of Americans will pray for their nation on the annual National Day of Prayer (NDP) on Thursday, May 5, CBN News reports. A 90-minute broadcast program hosted by the NDP Task Force together with will be live-streamed and will feature Christian pastors and musicians.

International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians: Sunday November 7th

International Day of Prayer (IDOP) 2021 falls on Sunday, November 7, and is a day for the international church to pray for believers around the world who have been harassed, silenced, tortured, displaced, wounded, maimed, and imprisoned because of their faith in Christ, CBN News reports.

Christians prayed for believers from Muslim-backgrounds on special day of prayer

This week saw a special International Day of Prayer held for Muslim- background believers (MBBs), Christians who leave Islam to follow Jesus, CBN News reports. Highlighting the particular needs of those leaving Islam for Christ, MBB Global launched November 18 as a day of prayer, encouraging believers all over the world to seek God for their MBB brothers and sisters.

America’s Unique Bond with Israel on This National Day of Prayer

Today, May 7th is the National Day of Prayer in the United States, a tradition that began as early as 1775. In 2019, President Donald Trump proclaimed “Our Nation’s honored tradition of prayer has sustained us and strengthened our trust that God will continue to watch over and accompany us through the best of times and the darkest hours. May we as Americans never forget the power of prayer and the greatness of our Creator. On this National Day of Prayer, let each of us, according to our own faiths, call upon God for His guidance and express our gratitude for the love and grace He bestows on us and our country.”

Christian organization calling on US churches to reopen May 3

The Liberty Counsel (LC) Christian non-profit organization has launched the ReOpen Church Sunday campaign, calling on US churches to resume congregating in person on May 3, the Christian Post reports. As the campaign follows weeks of on-line worship services due to the coronavirus pandemic, LC advises that congregations should continue to observe social-distancing and sanitation measures at in-person services. However, LC says: ‘Now is the time to act.’

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