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Our Vision and Values
 
In accordance with Biblical truth, the National Day of Prayer Task Force seeks to:
  • Foster unity within the Christian Church
  • Protect America's Constitutional Freedoms to gather, worship, pray and speak freely.
  • Publicize and preserve America's Christian heritage
  • Encourage and emphasize prayer, regardless of current issues and positions
  • Respect all people, regardless of denomination or creed
  • Be wise stewards of God's resources and provision
  • Glorify the Lord in word and deed
 
Who We Are
 
We are the Judeo-Christian expression of the National Day of Prayer which was established in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. The United States was born in prayer and founded on a relationship with God while instituting His biblical principals and moral values.

 
Why We Exist
 
The National Day of Prayer Task Force exists to communicate with every individual the need for personal repentance and prayer, mobilizing the Christian community to intercede for America and its leadership.
 
What We Do
 
The National Day of Prayer Task Force calls the nation to prayer by creating awareness and urgency for intercession and providing the resources necessary to facilitate prayer growth in America.

Official Policy Statement on Participation
 
Official Policy Statement on Participation on Participation of "Non-Judeo-Christian" groups in the National Day of Prayer:

The National Day of Prayer was created by an act of Congress and is, therefore, intended for all peoples of faith to pray to the God of their understanding

However, our expression of that involvement is specifically limited to the Judeo-Christian heritage and those who share that conviction as expressed in the Lausanne Covenant. If peoples of other faiths wish to celebrate in their own tradition, they are welcome to do so, but we must be true to those who have supported this effort and volunteered their time to promote it. National Day of Prayer is not a function of the government and, therefore, a particular expression of it can be defined by those who choose to organize it. This is not a church/state issue!

1 Timothy 2

Instructions on Worship

1I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone-- 2for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. 3This is good, and pleases God our Savior, 4who wants all men to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth.

We want to insure your leader receives a blanket of prayer. That their requests and answers to prayer are known and lifted up to our heavenly Father. That peace would come to our land and that we could spread the word of gospel to these leaders so that they to could become a leader in Christ and influence others to come to a knowledge of the truth.

We also want to offer the protection and benefit of prayer to our prayer teams through our Prayer Portal. You and your fellow team members as well as the rest of our teams can let their prayer needs be know as all you offer your prayer requests that stream to all team members allowing them to lift one another's needs to our heavenly Father. All can join in on the prayer with the flexibility of dialing in to the needs of any participating town, county, region or all the requests of our entire state.

We want to insure our leader receives a blanket of prayer so we would love for you to assist us in building a network of prayer worriers. Please share this vision with your friends and coworkers. Be sure to tell your churches members or prayer team about us.

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