Billboard Welcomes People to California, ‘Where Abortion Is Safe and Still Legal’ and New Mexico Welcomes Mississippi Abortion Clinic!


This is the results of only 6% of America having a Biblical Worldview! Only 37% of Pastors have a Biblical Worldview!!! Barna Research! The Ten Commandments are no longer preached or posted in many Churches in America! You shall not murder

No wonder around 240 Missionaries from South Korea came to America in June to pray for us and for another Great Awaking! Read about Here The world sees us falling apart so very fast.

Oh my! My heartbreaks at all this news. One of the key problems we have here in New Mexico is that the majority of folks always vote for anti-God politicians. Will it change in November? We have been here since 1995, and the evil only gets worse. Christians are failing to make a huge difference here. Abortion has become an evil business in New Mexico, it has been the abortion capital in America for years, and now an abortion clinic from Mississippi is moving to Las Cruces, so much death here. I hear more people saying, “IT IS TIME TO MOVE.”

What will Christians do in New Mexico with this evil? The murder of God’s babies! The blood of God’s babies are on the hands of the people of New Mexico and all states that allow God’s babies to be killed.

LA Billboard Welcomes People to California ‘Where Abortion Is Safe and Still Legal’

Mississippi abortion moves clinic to New Mexico

What a Contrast Between South Dakota’s Gov. Noem and New Mexico’s Gov. Lujan Grisham!!!

President Biden wants to end the filibuster to codify abortion

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 One of the worlds most effective evangelists was Smith Wigglesworth. He said one day after a wonderful revival as he came downstairs from where he was sleeping, “I want people to see JESUS, not Wigglesworth, I want them to see JESUS, not me!”


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While the American church has much to be thankful for with the reversal of Roe v. Wade, it is important that pro-life advocates move forward in their work with caution, nuance and compassion, says Karen Swallow Prior. Prior joined the Stetzer ChurchLeaders Podcast for a special episode to share her thoughts on how the church can move forward well now that Roe has been overturned.

“There are some who…want to celebrate their abortions and are unapologetic,” said Prior, who is Research Professor of English and Christianity and Culture at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. “But that’s not the majority…most people still in their hearts and in their minds, they believe that abortion is an unfortunate kind of circumstance.” This reality, said Prior, is an opportunity for believers to find “common ground.”

Southeastern’s Karen Swallow Prior: Why the Pro-Life Movement Must Prioritize Nuance, Education and the Imagination Post-Roe

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When God Answers Our Prayers: Murder and violence must be replaced with the value and preserving of every life

My question now is, will the Church get to work? Will Christians show the love of JESUS and build bridges of love and trust. I see way too many people who claim to be Christians acting very immature, with their posts on social media. We must understand we will never grow the KINGDOM of GOD with HATE! I pray this stops! The Church, the body of Christ in America is in tough shape. Will it shape up? Show the world JESUS! Look in the mirror! Who are you? We all must work like Mother Teresa did in India. Tear down the walls Church!!

When was the last time you were won over by HATE?

I share with you two commands by JESUS for all of us! It is up to us all to show a very hurting world JESUS, not hate!

A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another:
just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.
By this all people will know that you are my disciples,
if you have love for one another.
John 13:34-35

The Great Commission

16 Then the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had told them to go. 17 When they saw him, they worshiped him; but some doubted. 18 Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

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This is an awesome message by Kathy Branzell of National Day of Prayer!

Friend —

Hear my prayer, O LORD, Give ear to my supplications! Answer me in Your faithfulness, in Your righteousness! Psalm 143:1 NAS


These past few days have caused my heart and lips to overflow with gratitude as God has heard and answered our prayers; decades of prayers, night and day, travailing prayers filled with tears and repentance. Over the years we have mourned every life taken whether from the womb, the classroom, workplace, at the hand of a stranger or that or a person of trust or even love. Murder and violence must be replaced with the value and preserving of every life. Throughout the decades as we have prayed to God, the Author of life, we have interceded for Him to protect the most innocent, the helpless heartbeats of the unborn and He has answered our prayers! Pause to praise and thank Him in prayer.

It is vital for us to respond to God in this moment with thanks and with a commitment to seize the opportunity to share and show the love of Jesus to all of those who now think the Church is their enemy; a group of religious people who have fought to take away what they saw was a right of their body and not stopping the heartbeat of another person. If Jesus can cry out for forgiveness on the cross for those who “know not what they do,” who are we to call down judgement or walk away in victory and leave them to fend for themselves? It is not time to just celebrate, but to participate in what God is doing.

In the victory there is a glorious assignment being handed to the Church, an opportunity to obey Jesus’ call of love in the character and conduct of our lives. We now must commit as the Church to help women choose life and walk with them through the fears and needs that might have otherwise caused them to run to a state where abortion is legal. This is a beautiful opportunity for the Church to open its doors, time, talent, and treasure to equip men and women to become parents or to help others who have always wanted to become parents through adoption. There is much work to be done and God is waiting for His people to respond to His great answer to our prayers with great love even to those who consider themselves our enemy. I realize it is a lot to take in, but I hope you will pray with us as we seek God’s mission in this moment perhaps you never thought you would see happen in your lifetime.

There was another Supreme Court victory that happened on Monday that did not get much media coverage. This case involved as high school coach who for years went to the 50- yard line to pray after every game and was sometimes voluntarily joined by some his players until one parent complained. The Supreme Court has now decided that “separation of church and state does not prohibit public school employees from praying aloud on the job near students.” Please make sure you tell every public school employee you know about this decision. You will hear much more from us leading into and throughout the school year, but for now pause and thank God for pulling down the strongholds that have fought to keep Christians silent in schools and children from the Word of God and prayer.

As we celebrate the declaring our independence on July 4, 1776, remember that this happened in the midst of the war that had begun April 19, 1775, and that independence was not secured until September 3, 1783. The battle is not over, we must commit to fight the good fight; to contend for the souls of our neighbors and nation as we continue to celebrate and participate in God’s answers to our prayers.

Let’s respond together now in prayer.

Lord, we rejoice and give You praise as You have heard and answered our travailing prayers. We thank you now not just for the victory in the court but in the lives of our nation and for the glory that these decisions will bring Your Great Name. Open our ears to hear Your instructions, open our eyes to see the opportunities before us, open our hands and hearts to help those who cannot help themselves. Let Your people, Your Church, bring hope and help to those who feel angry and afraid. For those who say they feel, “unloved by their country” lead us to show them the love of their Creator. Strengthen us for the good works that You have prepared for us each day as we aspire to exalt You and give You glory.

Serving Him with Gladness,

Kathy Branzell

President, National Day of Prayer Task Force

AMEN!!! Tony Evans: ‘It Is Time for God’s People To Lead the Way in Promoting a Whole Life Agenda—From the Womb to the Tomb’



Join us next Thursday, July 7th at 8 p.m. ET for our monthly Pray For America call! National Area Leaders Fallon and Kenya Procter will lead a host of prayers for our government on our NDP prayer line, (667) 770-1523, access code 4961322#.




About the National Day of Prayer

The National Day of Prayer tradition predates the founding of the United States of America, evidenced by the Continental Congress’ proclamation in 1775 setting aside a day of prayer. In 1952, Congress established an annual day of prayer and, in 1988, that law was amended, designating the National Day of Prayer as the first Thursday in May.


National Day of Prayer Task Force

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