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Remember, Minute-Men America is a grassroots movement, which means that each of us little root hairs must do our part to make it happen, or else ... it ain't gonna happen!  And our nation will continue its tailspin toward certain judgment.

Here are some easy things YOU can do to get America praying:
(Click on each link for details....)

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Do 2 things at our Facebook page (facebook.com/MinuteOfPrayer.org):
  1. Click Like, so Minute of Prayer updates will appear in your own timeline.
  2. Scroll down through our timeline and find the large blue "shareable meme" picture, which starts with the words God + You + 1 Minute = HOPE FOR AMERICA. Click on the word "Share" (beneath the picture) so this call to action will appear in your own timeline.


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Do 2 things on Twitter:
  1. Follow @MinuteOfPrayer (twitter.com/MinuteOfPrayer).
  2. When you see @MinuteOfPrayer updates in your Twitter timeline, consider retweeting!
And, while you're at it, you may also enjoy following National Minute of Prayer spokesman Brad Fenichel (@BradFenichel) at twitter.com/BradFenichel.



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Wait, wait.... First, let's be clear about the e-mail thing!  Minute of Prayer.org does not suggest or condone any sort of SPAM tactics. We all receive enough SPAM to choke a hippo, and there's no need to generate any more of the stuff, no matter how worthy the cause.

Having said that, we know e-mail is a powerful tool, provided each of us combs our address list with a conservative eye, and then responsibly sends a polite message to only those close friends and family that should certainly welcome it.  Here is a suggested format:
Subject Line:
A National Minute of Prayer! (Brother, Can You Spare a Minute?)


Body of the E-Mail:
BEYOND THE NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER?

History tells us that, during World War II, millions of people across Great Britain joined in 1 minute of silent prayer every night as Big Ben chimed the 9:00 hour. 

This "national minute of prayer" phenomenon was widely credited, by contemporary people of faith, for the demise of the Third Reich.

IN FACT ...

A high Nazi official under post-war interrogation confessed: "During the war, you had a secret weapon for which we could find no counter-measure . . . but it was very powerful. . . . 'the Silent Minute.'"

BROTHER, CAN YOU SPARE A MINUTE?

With the ponderous moral and spiritual drought our nation faces, it behooves all people of faith to awake to the power of united prayer.  The annual National Day of Prayer (first Thursday in May) may be our "season opener," but let it not stop there.

Let's establish America's own National Minute of Prayer.  The effort's already underway.  
(See http://www.MinuteOfPrayer.org)

PASS THE WORD!
Please consider forwarding this important message but, please -- only to those friends and family members you know would welcome it.  (Hey! We all get enough SPAM.)




Submit an Entry for the Church BulletinBack to Top

If your church has a weekly bulletin or monthly newsletter, here's a suggested entry:
National Minute of Prayer
History tells us that, during World War II, millions of people across Great Britain joined in 1 minute of silent prayer every night as Big Ben chimed the 9:00 hour.  A grassroots effort is now underway to establish a daily National Minute of Prayer for America.  For information, visit www.MinuteOfPrayer.org.



Mention It at "Small Group"Back to Top

Do you attend a church-related small group, such as a youth group, prayer meeting, or men's/ladies' group?  Why not tell folks about the exciting new prayer opportunity you've joined?  All they need to know is at www.MinuteOfPrayer.org.



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