washingtontimesOur Washington Times team just announced a special print & digital section on The Power of Prayer that will run next Tuesday 11/24.

The Washington Times Advocacy team is taking a bold and unique step as a mainline secular media organization to focus on the power of prayer in a Special Report to be published on November 24, 2015.

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ART DEADLINE:   Friday, November 20.

The aim of this ecumenical collection of articles from many of America’s most recognized Judeo-Christian leaders is to inspire readers about the effectiveness of prayer and action.

Prayer has played a significant public role in our nation’s history and is needed more than ever in our homes and in the public square today. The Power of Prayer Special Report will be a must-read learning resource for individuals, families, small groups, classrooms, congregations and like-minded businesses. 

Featuring articles by these and many more contributors: Congressman Randy Forbes (R-VA) and Senator James Lankford (R-OK), co-chairs of the Congressional Prayer Caucus; John Erwin, co-director of the inspirational hit film Woodlawn; Vonette Bright, founder, National Day of Prayer & co-founder Campus Crusade for Christ; Shirley Dobson, chairman of the National Day of Prayer, and wife of Dr. James Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family; the Kendrick Brothers, creators of the film War Room and Fireproof; Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), author of Our Presidents & Their Prayers; Rev. Mark Batterson, NY Times bestselling author of The Circle Maker; Rebecca Hagelin, author and columnist; Janet Parshall, radio host and author; and Nancy Schulze, co-founder of the American Prayer Initiative together with Vonette Bright.

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