Americans Unite and Pray on National Day of Prayer

The National Day of Prayer is an annual national observance established in public law in 1952 and observed publicly on the First Thursday in May. Regardless of the unprecedented challenges that our nation faces today due to the corona crisis and resulting economic shutdown, it will not be canceled nor postponed – but will look very different from years past.

Presidential Prayer Team to Host Largest Virtual Prayer Event in US History

The Presidential Prayer Team, the national, nonpartisan prayer ministry for America and its leaders, announced today that it will host the largest virtual prayer event in the nation’s history on the National Day of Prayer on May 7, 2020. The event will allow participants to unite online, pray together for the leadership of our country and be part of the largest collective prayer event in US history.

TBN to Air Good Friday Service for Christians Stranded by Coronavirus

Tens of millions of Christians will be unable to attend church this Easter weekend as public health officials have prohibited large gatherings such as church services to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Empowered21 Announces Changes to Jerusalem2020

TULSA, Okla. — In response to the government of Israel’s indefinite ban of all international conferences within Israel due to the coronavirus pandemic, Empowered21 announced that it will forego the in-person Jerusalem2020 Global Congress formerly scheduled to take place in Jerusalem during the week of Pentecost 2020. The Empowered21 Global Congress will shift to an online event, May 31 – June 2, which will stream live from the campus of Oral Roberts University (ORU).

Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America Poised for Global Outreach Day

Global Outreach Day International president, Werner Nachtigal, prayed and encouraged leaders representing 40 million Christians in North America at the annual Pentecostal/Charismatic Churches of North America (PCCNA) meeting in late February. Nachtigal was part of a team with GO 2020 USA director, Dave Gibson, and Assemblies of God USA evangelist, Joe Oden, that ministered at the annual meeting. GO 2020 Miracle in May was the meeting theme with sessions on evangelism and prayer.

Women Trading Ashes for Beauty This Week at World Women’s Wholeness Summit

None of us is given a life free of pain and suffering. Challenges and scars are what make us human, but with hard work, the right tools, faith and God’s unconditional love pushing us forward, we can turn our challenges into positive change, and turn our scars into superpowers.

Group Hosts Church in Crisis Conference

Our Sunday Visitor, the largest English-language publisher of Catholic books and materials in the world, is holding a conference to help laypeople better respond to the continuing sexual abuse scandals and related coverups in the Catholic Church.

Global Prayer Campaign Aims to Penetrate ‘Fortress of Islam’

Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide are expected to join a targeted global prayer campaign for the Islamic world during the Muslim month of Ramadan, April 24 – May 23, 2020.

Biola University to Host First-Ever Pop Up Museum to Highlight Christian Nostalgia

Biola University opened its first pop up museum on Feb. 17 — “The Museum of Precious Moments.” Dedicated to various elements of Christian culture and nostalgia, the museum will be housed at the Earl and Virginia Green Art Gallery. The museum, the first of its kind themed around Christian culture, will feature many interactive elements and instagram-worthy photo opportunities, such as an immersive flannel graph area and last supper scene with popular Christian characters.

National Worship Gathering Set for Dallas in May

On May 7- 8, 2020, a group of renowned Christian leaders will join together for a national worship gathering in Dallas, TX, called ‘Sing Over America.’ The list of participants includes names such as Terry MacAlmon, Don Moen, Paul Wilbur, Gateway Worship, Nathaniel Bassey, Vocal Majority and Joni Lamb & The Daystar Singers.

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