I’m posting this now so I can get up early. The Rome Area Prayer Breakfast is at 7 a.m. (that’s Rome, GA). New to me this year is an event to surround our local hospital with prayer. The goal is 500 believers. If you can’t find an organized event in your area, any place from which God can hear you will do.
Modern atheists are more than people that do not believe in God, or that in fact there is no god. Becky Garrison, in her book The New Atheist Crusaders, described an almost ironic religious fervor of atheists to spread their “faith.” Thursday, May 3, is either the National Day of Prayer or the National Day of Reason, depending on how you look at it. (click image to link to Christian Post)
The National Day of Prayer dates back all the way to 1775 when the founding fathers ask American colonists to pray for the formation of the new nation. Continue reading