Prayercast: Pray for the USA

July 3, 2015

Anyone who follows the L&B (@AnglicanPrayer) Twitter feed knows we follow the Prayercast ministry (@Prayercast)  which publishes short video prayers for almost every country of the world.  We’ve been daily re-tweeting their #RamadanPrayerChallenge posts for Muslim countries each day recently.

Lest anyone think Prayercast only focuses on unreached countries in the 10/40 window, they also have produced a prayer page and video for the U.S.A.  It seemed great to post it for this July 4th weekend.

Apologies that I can’t seem to find a way to embed the video.  You can watch it here:

You can download it here (Hi-res, Lo-res)

Here are the prayer bullet points for the U.S.:

  • Pray for Godly leaders to arise in churches, government, and society.
  • Pray for national repentance of sin, immorality, and selfishness.
  • Pray for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the Church, bringing another Great Awakening.

Elisabeth Elliot’s Daily Prayer (as a prayer card)

June 18, 2015

I turned the prayer by Elisabeth Elliot which I posted the other day into a prayer card that I could print out and paste up by my desk.  I hope it’s a blessing to many.

The photo is my own work and I give free permission for others to copy and share it without restriction, although credit to Lent & Beyond (@AnglicanPrayer) would always be appreciated.


“Prayer Diary” later today… for now you can check our Twitter feed

October 2, 2014

Hi all… no time to do a prayer diary this morning.  I don’t think I’ll be able to post again until evening my time as I have quite a few meetings.  But if you want some ideas of current prayer needs and prayer concerns, you could check our Twitter profile (@AnglicanPrayer) and see some Tweets I’ve retweeted this morning, or those bookmarked under the favorites heading.

There are updates from Canon White in Baghdad, praise about 19 new Bible Translations, news about Meriam Ibrahim etc., and some challenging quotes and exhortations re: prayer…  ENJOY!  More later.


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