Prayer Unites Us All May 1, 2013
Prayer unites us in doing what we are called and equipped to do. On the first Thursday in May, Americans pray and recognize the U.S. National Day of Prayer. Then, on the first Saturday in June, did you know that international Samaritans set aside time for prayer, Saturday noon to Sunday noon (PST)?
Do you have 30 minutes to join us in person for the Good Samaritan Ministries International Day of Prayer, at the headquarters in Beaverton? Join us for the GSM Int’l Day of Prayer June 3 for 30 minutes, or for the whole morning, or for as long as your schedule allows. The doors are open for quiet prayer, 6 am to 9 am. Samaritans move room to room, focusing on different countries, as we continue praying for Samaritans around the world. Then from 9 am to noon, join in for fellowship and worship followed by a brunch/lunch.
Many leaders from Africa, and Egypt will pray with us as our hearts are touched through prayer. Pray for Samaritans around the world who are working to transform communities, families and individuals. Walking the road, Samaritans meet victims of poverty, persecution, and problems of all kinds. What are you called to do?
Pray with us and join our teams of Samaritans as we pray for leaders, teachers, and children who have received help and now are helping others. If you want to have friends in Africa, the Middle East, Asia, or Europe who will encourage you as you encourage them, pray about getting involved with GSM Int’l work. Join with our teams of Samaritans as we pray for leaders, teachers, and children who have received help and now are helping others.
Are you willing? Yes, I will pray with Samaritans from Egypt. Yes, I will pray with Alex from Ukraine. Yes, I will pray with Yanjmaa from Mongolia, George from Cameroon and others. Thank you for your prayers. Let us know if you can join us June 2. Email email@example.com to RSVP or to ask questions.