Pastors/Leaders led the
general assembly with arms linked as a symbol of leadership unity while singing
"Bind Us Together". They declared: there is only one God, there is only one
King, there is one body, that is why we pray.
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I pray that everyone
who attended the Capital Region observance of the National Day of Prayer had a
spirit-filled and uplifting experience and that they will share their
REFLECTIONS on the CRNDP prayer forum.
West Lawn, U.S.
4, 2017 at 3:30 to 6:00pm
The National Day of
Prayer is an annual observance for people of all faiths. President Harry Truman
established the day as a national event in 1952. In 1988, President Ronald
Reagan signed a resolution designating the first Thursday in May as the
National Day of Prayer. This year's theme is:
For Your Great
Name's Sake Hear Us... Forgive Us... Heal Us!
That I may proclaim
with the voice of thanksgiving and declare all Your wonders.
Spread the Good News by
taking part in the International Prayer Room Online! Enter one of the many
Prayer Rooms yourself or with your Prayer Group. Register and select a day of
the week and a time of day. Help us publicize the International Prayer Room by
printing and distributing the brochure below.
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Move Forward: A
Faith Walk in the Spirit!
Overcoming Through God's Care in Troubled and Uncertain Times
Corinthia Ridgley Boone
- Insights surfacing from
President Trump's Inaugural .
- Insights into 2017
commencement of a new season.
- What are the possibilities
for the future?
- How should believers prepare
in attitude and Biblical understanding?
I am sharing my
testimony of "A Peter Experience" (Acts 12:9-10) upon leaving the inaugural. Could this be
a sign of the miraculous power, protection and provision of the Lord during
turbulent times: some feel will increase.
In this report, there
are some promises of supernatural faith, strength, peace, and courage for the
unknown path of 2017 and beyond . . . [read more from Dr. Boone]
A voice from the
national capital area
Christian Host Coalition (ICHC) is a collaboration of ministries in the
Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia region. Excerpts, a short
portion, of each Friday morning conference call is documented. Pastors submit
their reflections of key points of the call as led by the Holy
Please meditate and
pray about what they have said.
Your own reflections are most welcome.