If the Lord wills...
After 12 years of prayerwalking the nation, with thousands of “amens” on the National Prayer of Repentance and a growing army of pastors helping to lead the charge, announcing the KICK-OFF to our 2-year “homestretch" Repentance-in-Unity Prayerwalk: Boston–New York October 24–November 8, 2013
A catalytic rallying cry for repentance-in-unity, calling on friends, both old and new, to walk with us in this critical hour—in prayer, in partnership and in person—all the way to God’s finish line.NOTE: This kick-off prayer walk came as a “suddenly", so it’s still being inked in. We ask for your grace...Pastors-and-leaders along the way are hosting body-wide, interdenominational RU4ONE*gatherings each evening, following each day’s prayerwalk. Daily details, as they come available, here.
YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US! Daily mileage will vary...walk as much as you can handle...often, participants caravan in groups trading of walking/driving duties.It's not about physical fitness: its about spiritual fortitude.
The kick-off walk begins Thursday October 24th. So partner with us and follow along we visit these cities and begin our greatest journey yet all leading up to the White House in Fall 2015.
Pray for . . .
Fire - that we stay ablaze with the fire of the Holy Spirit, walking in real-time obedience to Him (Gal. 5:25)
Family - that God protects our family and friends in the midst of an arduous schedule (Eph 4:3, Gal 6:2)
Favor - that His favor goes before us everywhere. Favor is better than talent! (1 Cor 16:9, Col 4:2-4)
Fortitude - that we are sustained by supernatural strength and healing (2 Cor 4:17, 2 Cor 12:9, Phil 4:13)
Funding - that God's abundance is manifest through friends like you (1 Cor 9:11-14, 2 Cor 9:6-11)
We hope that you will be blessed by these songs.
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I was in the Palm Springs area recently, when I happened to be on the freeway just as 75,000 Coachella-goers were making their way back to L.A. I snapped this pic of one particular carload of revelers, because what they'd scrawled across their rear window really captured my heart:
"I don't know what I'm doing!"
How profound, I thought.