Posts Tagged: prayer
“Lord, Hear Our Cry” – taken from 1 Kings 8:28 – is the central theme of this year’s National Day of Prayer on Thursday May 7th.
In Lancaster, multiple events will be happening throughout the day, culminating in a gathering … Read more
In a 5-to-4 decision, the court ruled that the tradition in the town of Greece, a Rochester suburb, does not denigrate non-Christians and that such invocation does not have to be nondenominational.
The decision — the … Read more
It’s official! The first 40 Days for Life campaign of 2013 will take place in 261 locations from coast to coast in the United States and Canada … plus cities in England, Australia, Poland and Spain — … Read more
Today marks the inauguration of Governor-elect Tom Corbett and his administration. As our new Governor takes the oath of office, please be reminded of the importance of prayer for those that are in authority.
“I exhort therefore, that, first of … Read more
I’m excited to hear that the great book George Washington’s Sacred Fire by our good friend Dr. Peter Lillback, is number one on Amazon! Dr. Lillback is president of Westminster Seminary, former senior pastor of Proclamation Presbyterian Church in Bryn … Read more
Taking a Day2Pray is simply a day to intentionally set aside time to pray, wherever you are, for those in authority- for our President, members of Congress, our Governor, the State Senate and House of Representatives and our State court … Read more
In your opinion, if you had to pick two of the most famous and well-known passages in Scripture, what would they be?
Many answers to this question would include The Ten Commandments and The Sermon on the Mount.
The Ten … Read more
A few summers ago we offered to legislators and their staff members at the Capitol the opportunity to go through The Truth Project. A small group met for 13 weeks and we had some great discussions about biblical worldview and … Read more
Recently Michael Geer sent out an email regarding what’s happening with Pennsylvania politics. He referenced a comment made by a recent college graduate he helped find an internship for at the Capitol. After just a few weeks, the graduate admitted … Read more
Presidents’ Day has become a holiday known more as a day for great sales at local stores and car dealerships than for honoring the history of America’s leaders.
Forget about the sales. Forget about getting a day off from work. … Read more