May 4, 2011
Millions Plan to Celebrate 60th National Day of Prayer on May 5th
Tomorrow, millions of Americans will be celebrating the 60th National Day of Prayer across the United States. Liberty Counsel’s President, Anita Staver, will join Vonette Bright, the wife of the late Dr. Bill Bright, other leaders such as singer Ginny Owens and Joni Eareckson Tada, who serves as the 2011 Honorary Chairman of the event’s task force, at the Cannon House Office Building in Washington, D.C. for the event’s national observance. Mat Staver will be delivering a keynote message at the Lynchburg, Virginia National Day of Prayer.
We want to encourage you to join local events across the country celebrating the National Day of Prayer. During these times of instability within our nation, we must all remember our founding principles. The most effective response to the churning waves of uncertainty crashing all around us is to seek God and to pray that He will heal our land and secure peace in the midst of the storm.
Join in praying for our political leaders, armed forces, law enforcement officers, those who oppose the United States, and those who support the United States. America was birthed in the midst of prayer and has been sustained by the grace of God.
A Reminder to Pray
We have designed an attractive wristband to help develop a habit of prayer, and to encourage others to help return this nation to prayer.
Each bright red wristband is embossed with “I WILL PRAY” on one side and "PRAY WITHOUT CEASING-- I THESS 5:17" on the other side.
A suggested donation of $3 includes shipping and handling. You can also order a package of 10 wristbands for $15 or 50 wristbands for only $50. Order your wristbands today in our online store or call us at 1-800-671-1776. Size: Approx. 8 inch circle (20.2cm).
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