Warner Press Partners with National Day of Prayer to Provide Church Resources for the Pray for Election Day Campaign
Anderson, Ind.--Warner Press announces that it has partnered with the National Day of Prayer Task Force to produce church resources in support of the Pray for Election Day campaign.
Warner Press has created a bulletin, bulletin insert, and a bookmark that encourage believers to pray for the upcoming Election Day. These resources provide a way for churches to remind their members of the importance of praying for the nation and its elected officials and that prayers can make a difference. The bulletin, bulletin insert and bookmark are all full color and feature 2 Chronicles 7:14. The bookmark includes additional verses to consider during prayer.
National Day of Prayer's Pray for Election Day campaign encourages Americans across the country to join together in corporate prayer. Participants are to pray that the Lord would provide godly representatives at all government levels who will courageously lead and defend the nation as we navigate these tumultuous times.
"In light of the approaching elections, it is crucial that we remain in fervent prayer for our beloved land. The presidential race is especially important. The individual installed in the Oval Office in January 2009 will play a pivotal role in determining the future course of our country. It is, therefore, imperative that people go to the polls and elect a candidate whose leadership will reflect a moral, principled perspective," said Shirley Dobson, chairman of National Day of Prayer. "We're living in serious times. Our country is at a crossroads. The decisions of our elected officials will determine America's moral climate and national security for generations. We desperately need leaders with courage and integrity to guide us."
The Pray for Election Day campaign resources will be available until Nov. 4 and can be ordered by phone at 800-741-7721 or online at www.warnerpress.org.
Warner Press is headquartered in Anderson, Ind. and is a not-for-profit organization.
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