National Day of Prayer by Dr. Jack Graham


The 2015 National Prayer

We are anticipating a wonderful turnout for the 64 th annual National Day of Prayer on May 7 th as millions of Americans gather to intercede before God’s throne. Our team is hard at work designing and printing more than one-and-a-half million prayer resources, which will be distributed at military installations, prisons, hospitals, schools, government offices and at gatherings from coast to coast.

In addition, our Honorary Chairman, Dr. Jack Graham, has written the National Prayer ( available on our website) that will be offered at the National Observance in Washington, D.C. This prayer will be heard on radio stations and then simultaneously prayed at events beginning on the east coast, creating a wave of prayer across the United States throughout each time zone.

To read the National Prayer, or download in audio format, Click Here >>

Be sure to send to your local radio station or to your church audio team. Let’s join together as one voice united in prayer on Thursday, May 7!

Lord, Hear Our Cry

The 64th annual National Day of Prayer (NDP) is fast approaching! On Thursday, May 7, NDP Task Force volunteers throughout the country will coordinate events where millions of Americans will gather to humble themselves before the Lord – and there are additional untold numbers who will be participating in other ways.

This annual observance powerfully demonstrates the religious freedoms that were secured by our Founding Fathers who recognized that our innate human rights are inexorably tied to our relationship with the Creator.Keep reading this article >>

Leadership Summit

The upcoming National Day of Prayer is only the beginning! You are invited to join with intercessors from around the world in Colorado Springs, Colorado, for the Leadership Summit, October 16-18, 2015. Discounted registration is available (for a limited time) and includes 5 meals and transportation! Learn to mobilize people to intercession as you gain a deeper understanding of prayer with like-minded believers. Register now at >>

Prayer Begins With…Worship

To worship means “to bow down, to prostrate oneself.” God is seeking those who worship Him in spirit and in truth (John 4:23). God wants truth in the inner parts of our heart (Psalm 51:6). In true worship, there is a total bowing down of the heart to God, which is a response to the revelation of who God is – revealed to us by the Holy Spirit. Worship is voluntary submission to the love, the will, and the law of God. Keep reading this article >>

New and Improved

The National Day of Prayer has experienced a record number of visitors to the website in recent weeks, causing slowing between pages and orders. In fact, due to the increased activity, the ministry had to make a decision to bolster service by migrating to a new website server. Although the overall look of the site is very similar, behind the scenes a far more efficient system has been put into place. So, we encourage you to take our new site for a test drive. If you had any slowing issues over the past week, then you should notice a difference right away. In fact, it is not too late to place orders or download printable resources. Visit today >>

National Day of Prayer T-Shirts

Kerusso has partnered with the National Day of Prayer Task Force to help mobilize prayer in America. Kerusso was founded and exists today for the sole purpose of proclaiming the Good News of Jesus.

On Thursday May 7th, followers of Christ, who believe in the power of prayer, will join together to repent and seek God’s forgiveness for our nation.  Purchase your National Day of Prayer t-shirt and show your unity with other believers. On an average, more than 3,000 people will see a message on a t-shirt! So, Make a Statement today.

Group Rate – Buy 10+ Tees and pay only $9.99 each. Available in most sizes.

Lives Are Being Changed

Students are uniting in prayer…#BecauseYouPrayed
More prayer gatherings in America than ever before#BecauseYouPrayed

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