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2020 National Day of Prayer - God’s Glory Across the Earth

National Day of Prayer - May 7, 2020

Thursday, May 7, 2020, is the 68th annual National Day of Prayer. Join with Christians around the world as we lift our voices in prayer to the Lord. The theme chosen by the National Day of Prayer Task Force for 2020 is Pray God’s Glory Across the Earth. The verse chosen to highlight this theme is Habakkuk 2:14:

“For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord  
   as the waters cover the sea.”
(AMP)

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National Day of Prayer - May 3, 2018

National Day of Prayer - May 3, 2018

Thursday, May 3, 2018, is the 67th annual National Day of Prayer. Join with Christians around the world as we lift our voices in prayer to the Lord. The theme chosen by the National Day of Prayer Task Force for 2018 is Pray for America - UNITY! The verse chosen to highlight this theme is Ephesians 4:3:

“Make every effort to keep the oneness of the Spirit in the bond of peace [each individual working together to make the whole successful].” (AMP)

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National Day of Prayer 2017 - For Your Great Name's Sake!

National Day of Prayer 2017 - For Your Great Name's Sake!

Thursday, May 4, 2017, is the 66th annual National Day of Prayer. Join with Christians around the world as we lift our voices in prayer to the Lord. The theme chosen by the National Day of Prayer Task Force for 2017 isFor Your Great Name’s Sake! Hear Us…Forgive Us…Heal Us! ! The verse chosen to highlight this theme is Daniel 9:19:

“O Lord, hear! O Lord, forgive! O Lord, listen and take action! Do not delay, for Your own sake, O my God, because Your city and Your people are called by Your name.” (AMP)

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Prayer Thoughts for May - Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month

The winter was cold, harsh, and bitter and led into a rainy, dreary, overcast, wet spring. It seemed as if the sun had not been seen since the fall, but finally, finally, the sun was starting to peak through the clouds. The days were getting warmer and drier. It was almost here. Summer! Days spent by the pool reading, frolicking on the beach, outside the house working on the lawn and garden. Regardless of what was being done outside, one thing was for certain, by the end of the summer, skin will have darkened into a delightful tan.

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National Day of Prayer 2016 - May 5, 2016

National Day of Prayer 2016 - May 5, 2016

Thursday, May 5, 2016, is the 65th annual National Day of Prayer. Join with Christians around the world as we lift our voices in prayer to the Lord. The theme chosen by the National Day of Prayer Task Force for 2016 is Wake Up America. The verse chosen to highlight this theme is Isaiah 58:1a.

“Cry aloud; do not hold back; lift up you voice like a trumpet;” (ESV)

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Lord, Hear Our Cry - 64th National Day of Prayer on May 7, 2015

Lord, Hear Our Cry - 64th National Day of Prayer on May 7, 2015

Thursday, May 7, 2015, is the 64th annual National Day of Prayer. Join Christians around the world in this day of prayer, as we lift our voices to the Lord. The theme chosen by the National Day of Prayer Task Force as the theme of 2015 is Lord, Hear Our Cry. The verse chosen to highlight this theme is 1 Kings 8:28.

Yet have regard to the prayer of your servant and to his plea, O Lord my God, listening to the cry and to the prayer that your servant prays before you this day. (ESV)

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Prayer Thoughts for May - Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month

Wes was on track to become a lawyer, his dream. He had a large group of friends and his house was always open to those friends, any time day or night. Wes always appeared happy, confident, well-adjusted. He had even just adopted a dog! To an outsider, even to a friend, Wes’ life seemed to be going well. Then, to the surprise of even his closest friends, Wes ended his life.

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Prayer Thoughts for May - Family Wellness Month

Family Wellness Month

Andrew’s mother was always home, ready with a snack, when he came bounding off the school bus. His father arrived home in time for dinner, which was made by Andrew’s mother. They ate together at a dinner table, sharing with each other the news of the day. As Andrew grew, he and his parents would talk about current events, exchanging their views on the various subjects. Andrew’s parents would always attend his sporting events, cheering on him and his team. Family came first, in actions and words.

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Etan Patz: National Missing Children's Day - May 25

Etan Patz: National Missing Children's Day - May 25

This weekend is Memorial Day. Many are planning trips to see family and friends, celebrating the coming of summer, while remembering those who have sacrificed their lives for this nation. With all the excitement, it can be easy to over look another important day, National Missing Children’s Day. In 1983, President Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 25 as National Missing Children’s Day, as a way to remind the public about missing children and to remind parents and guardians of the importance of having high quality photographs of children.

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May is National Recommittment Month

National Recommitment Month

Billy and Zach were best friends since grade school. They played the same sports, attended the same church and youth group, went on the same trips, and even accepted Christ together. They were roommates during their first two years of college, but they started growing apart during their sophomore year. Billy got a fake ID and began partying and bringing home girls. Zach continued attending a campus Bible study and local church. Billy worked a high paced job that catered to his partying ways. Zach was married but spent much of his time helping at his church and too little time with his family. They ran into each other at their college reunion and, while they caught up with each other, they independently realized they each needed a change in their life. Billy wanted to return his life to a manner that is pleasing to his Lord and Savior. Zach realized that, in his overzealous attempt to serve the Lord, he was missing some of the Lord's most important work for him; being loving and attentive husband and father.

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