Today’s political climate seems to be in such turmoil and distrust. Our government and our country are facing deep conflicts over healthcare, wars, debt and unemployment. For those without faith, there would seem to be little hope and no end to the turmoil.
It’s in these difficult times though, that God’s people can shine the brightest and have the greatest impact. We know that the night is always at its darkest and coldest just before sunrise. Each morning the sun rises as a symbol of God's unending faithfulness. Just when things appear to be at their worst, God shows us his handiwork. In these dark times, we must continue in prayer and faithfulness that God is at work and that the morning is just around the corner.
It is our firm belief that God hears our prayers and comforts us in the darkest times, reminding us of His promises and assuring us of the coming light. Through prayer, God can encourage us and enable us to be a blessing to others. It is our hope that you will join us in prayer and expectation as we lift up our leaders, our nation and our military to the One through whom all things are possible.
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Executive Prayer Focus
Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human ServicesSecretary Sebelius was born Kathleen Gilligan and reared in a Roman Catholic family in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her father was Ohio Governor John J. Gilligan. She did her undergraduate work at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C., receiving a B.A. in political science. She later earned a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Kansas
Legislative Prayer Focus
Marsha Blackburn, U.S. House of RepresentativesCongresswoman Marsha Blackburn was the first woman in Tennessee elected to serve in the U.S. House of Representatives in her own right. She began her service in the U.S. House at the start of the 108th Congress, where she was also one of only a few freshmen congresspersons selected to serve as an assistant whip.
Judicial Prayer Focus
Stephen Gerald Breyer, Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme CourtAssociate Justice Breyer joined the U. S. Supreme Court as Associate Justice in 1994, on the appointment of President Bill Clinton, and confirmed by the Senate in an 87 to 9 vote. The 72-year-old Breyer was born to a middle-class Jewish family in San Francisco.
He received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from Stanford University, and a second Bachelor of Arts from Magdalen College at Oxford University. He was a Marshall Scholar, and received his Bachelor of Laws from Harvard Law School. Breyer is also fluent in French. ...more
Armed Forces Prayer Focus
William J. Lynn, III, Deputy Secretary of DefenseWilliam J. Lynn, III is the 30th Deputy Secretary of Defense. His career has included extensive public service at various levels within government. From 1997-2001, he served as Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), and prior to that was the Director of Program Analysis and Evaluation in the Office of the Secretary of Defense. ...more
Thank you for your constant ministry of prayer - the nation needs them now more than ever.