prayer Archives - HEART newspaper: Heart Publications
For the third year running, Christians across the country and the world set aside time from Ascension Day to Pentecost to pray specifically for people they know to come to know Jesus Christ.
Anglican, Catholic, Baptist, Methodist and Pentecostal churches …
Prayer sessions were led by Pastor Dennis Greenidge (left), David Hathaway and Clifford Hill (right)
Why I’ve appealed for another National Day of Prayer this March
by David Hathaway
I WAS extremely encouraged by the tremendous response …
Regan King of Christian Concern addressed the politics of abortion
Day of prayer marking the 50th anniversary of the passing of the Abortion Act, led by Intercessors for Britain, 21 October, Regent’s Hall, London
The day began with Dave Borlase, Director of Intercessors for Britain (IFB), setting out the biblical case for being strongly opposed to abortion and the need to speak out against it.
Dunkirk spirit: queues formed to pray in May 1940 outside Westminster Abbey
“Time is short” to pray for “torn-apart” Britain
8 September 2017 is 77 years after the National Prayer Day that led to victory in the Battle of Britain
Hundreds have signed up to take part in a National Day of Prayer called for 8 September.
Together with Pastors Roy and Brenda Taylor and Pastor Dennis Greenidge, evangelist David Hathaway has booked Westminster’s Emmanuel Centre for a day of fasting and prayer.
Is this picture an encouragement to pray?
Cloud formations appearing to be in the shape of Great Britain have been snapped three times since 2009. This latest one was taken in Huddersfield and sent to the BBC on 15 June (Credit: Golcar Matt/WeatherWatchers)
The Day of Prayer announced for 8 September is not really a National Day of Prayer for the simple reason that the government and monarch have not endorsed it.
Both Buckingham Palace and Lambeth Palace have turned down requests for a national day of prayer for several decades.
The Queen has been repeatedly asked to call for a national day of prayer like her father, King George VI did in the dark days of World War II.
One of the founders of the 1960s Festival of Light (which culminated in two large rallies in September 1971), the late Steve Stevens DFC, wrote regularly to the Queen to request that Her Majesty would call such a day as Head of the Church of England and Defender of the Faith.