Greenbrier Church in Chesapeake, Virginia, held a special PrayUSA Sunday. In their service, Pastor Eric Watt invited the congregation to come forward and sign the document after Chesapeake Mayor, Alan Krasnoff, read the Proclamation to those in attendance.
These are first steps and the movement is just beginning, but it is becoming stronger with each passing day. The PrayUSA Initiative—including a Proclamation for a Call to Prayer—is serving as a rally point in one of the most critical periods of our nation’s history. The Proclamation is being read in churches and signed as a public declaration. Today, nearly 700 government leaders across the United States, over 6,800 citizens and dozens of leading Christian organizations have answered the call. There is much to do and we need your help!
Your church can participate as well—the process is easy. If you are willing to become engaged and help promote this Initiative, a three-minute video and downloadable resource kits are available at www.PrayUSA.com. Everything you need is right there, including: instructions, bulletins, flyers, posters, a PowerPoint slide, sample emails, social media tips and much more! Will you carry the torch with us?