Today's guest post was submitted by Joe Perri of The Great Prayer Project:
The Pro-Life Prayer Movement – The Great Prayer Project has a very simple goal, unite people from around the world in one prayer, in one voice, a voice praying for an end to abortion. You may ask what is so different about this pro-life prayer movement over just praying by yourself or with your local church group Saturday morning. The answer is simple; The Great Prayer Project has the ability to combine voices from all corners of the world, all walks of a Christian lifestyle, in a single prayer. Imagination how powerful a prayer can be if it can unite individuals from Spain, England, United States, Australia, and many more countries in a single prayer. A prayer that is scheduled to last just one year; that year being filled with a continuous prayer for an end to abortion. Now imagine you have a chance to be part of such a prayer. Well, you do not need to image any longer, you can do just that by joining The Great Prayer Project.
We know that Jesus said in Matthew 18:19-20, "Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven. For where two or three have gathered together in My name, I am there in their midst." Help us by joining The Great Prayer Project and joining others from all around the world in a prayer for an end to abortion.
The Great Prayer Project is set up for individuals to select a 20 minute time slot to pray during. Individuals are encouraged to sign up for as many time slots as they are able to pray during. By uniting in a single prayer we can use the most powerful weapon we have to end abortion, that weapon being prayer. You can make a difference in the fight to save lives by signing up for a 20 minute time slot and pray during that time.
Joe – Project Leader of The Great Prayer Project
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