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Religious liberty prayer bulletin: September 2014 update, Remembering the persecuted

By Elizabeth Kendal, Assist News Keep me as the apple of your eye; hide me in the shadow of your wings, from the wicked who do me violence, my…

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Pray for Pastor Saeed Abedini

By Samaritan’s Purse Join Franklin Graham in Washington, D.C. and Christians around the world in praying for the American pastor imprisoned for his faith. It has been almost…

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Christian students to unite in prayer for 24th annual ‘See You at the Pole’ event

By Michael Gryboski, Christian Post Across the United States, students will soon go to their respective school campuses’ flag poles and pray together for friends, family, their teachers and the…

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Update – Prayers for Weed, CA: Grace Community Church (EPC) burned to ground

Sources report that Grace Community Church (EPC) in Weed, Calif., has burned to the ground as a result of the Boles Fire. More information coming soon.   By KCRA.com…

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Remembering September 11

By John Bornschein, Vice Chairman, National Day of Prayer Task Force On September 11, 2001, the United States witnessed first hand the horror of terrorism and the barbarism of extremists willing…

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What teachers really need for ‘back to school’

By Christopher Copeland, The Gospel Coalition I recently enjoyed one of the perks of being a teacher, as I sat outside at a café and read the newspaper….

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A call for prayer across America

The Layman A call to prayer for the United States will take place coast to coast later this month and into September and October. Sponsored by the National…

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Dr. Kent Brantly’s full statement

From Samaritan’s Purse The full text of Dr. Kent Brantly’s statement that he read after being released from Emory University Hospital on Thursday, August 21: “Today is a…

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Three ways to pray for our enemies

By Joe Carter “You have heard that it was said, ‘You shall love your neighbor and hate your enemy,’ said Jesus in his famous Sermon on the Mount….

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How can we pray for Iraq?

By Carey Lodge With 1.5 million civilians in need of humanitarian aid, 2.2 million internally displaced and up to 50,000 Yazidis trapped on Sinjar mountain, the Iraqi crisis…

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