​​Our vision is "that every person on Earth would have an authentic encounter with Jesus Christ through the Power and Presence of the Holy Spirit. . .
by Pentecost 2033"

 This vision mirrors the great commission and connects to the basic vision of every Christian church. The question we need to ask however, is how can we work together to accomplish this great task? We do not seek to replace existing networks or initiatives, but rather to connect with each other. 

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​What a National Day of Prayer Gathering Should Look Like This Year

​One of the most often asked questions I receive is: What should a National Day of Prayer gathering or observance look like this year? I have thought a lot about this and I would like to suggest the following for your consideration. READ MORE…
As we are praying for and advancing the call to unity in the church and in America on the 2018 National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3, we also set our focus on three specific prayer needs in America each month.

As we enter March 2018, I am asking you and your ministry to join us in praying for these three prayer priorities for our nation. How awesome it would be if we could mobilize thousands of ministries and churches to unite in prayer for the United States of America. Please share these with friends, pastors, churches, denominations, networks, ministries, and Christian media.
Whatever your level of influence may be, please do all you can to forward these major prayer priorities everywhere you go. Let’s agree to pray for these priorities in this manner for America:

1. Pray fervently for the security of our nation and for our schools, churches, and all public venues.

2. Pray for unity among all ethnicities and people in America. #PRAY4UNITY

3. Pray for God to move supernaturally in all prayer observances and gatherings on the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3, 2018. #PRAY4UNITY

Bless each of you as you join us in this grand vision for the National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 3, 2018.
Now is the Time to Lead and Pray for America,
Dr. Ronnie W. Floyd, President, National Day of Prayer Task Force