"being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace."
Our goal for this year's National Day of Prayer is that Christians living in Tucson powerfully demonstrate their heart for the nation through our prayers and with the number of participators.
I have yet to meet a Christian who is convinced our nation doesn't need prayer. In fact, many Christians I meet are quick to acknowledge the desperation of our nation and lament how we have so shockingly lost our way. It's not hard to say we need to pray.
What are we going to do about it?
Last week I saw Government Domain Director, Paul Parisi
's cellphone filled with pictures from all of our surrounding city mayors (Tucson, Oro Valley, Marana, Sahuarita...) holding proclamations declaring Thursday, May 3rd as National Day of Prayer - a stamp of approval to seek God's guidance for our nation and an admission we need His help. Our government is validating our conviction. Are we?
I can't think of a greater heartbreak than a nation asking its people to pray and Christians choosing not to. Can you? Let's not follow that path.
to register for our National Day of Prayer Breakfast. We would love to have you join in! If you're unable to attend, I want to encourage you to find time to meet with a few people and pray together. There are very few things more important!