Global Day of Prayer Slated for June 7

child prayer pdInternational (Mission Network News) “We believe prayer is powerful, prayer is effective, and that people’s prayers here in the United States make a difference in the lives of children around the world.”

Ask Matt Parker of Kids Alive International what he believes is vital to their ministry efforts in 15 countries around the world, and he’ll respond with one word: Prayer.

“We believe that it is God alone who transforms lives forever. And so we are committed as an organization to keeping Jesus Christ right at the heart of everything that we do – every children’s home that we run, every school, care center, community program, every decision that we take. And that means that prayer is very much at the heart of everything that we do as an organization.”

That commitment to prayer is why Kids Alive is hosting a Global Day of Prayer on June 7th. People around the world are invited to join the ministry in praying for lives to be transformed forever by the power of God.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    God moves His people in a mighty way! Praise the Lord! Pray unceasingly.

  • TheBottomline4This

    Prayer always works. What I think some don’t get, is that the answer may not be what we think it should be. The answer can be yes…or no…or wait.
    Think of it as a parent to a child. The child makes a request to the parent. The parent knowing things the child doesn’t know, will either say yes or no or wait. Does that mean the parent doesn’t love the child? No.
    Not getting the answer you want, doesn’t mean the request didn’t work. It just means the answer wasn’t the one you were wanting to hear. The parent has their reasons for giving the answer they do. The parent doesn’t need to explain the why. The child needs to trust the parent and be willing to submit to the yes or no or wait.