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National Day of Prayer Task Force

The National Day of Prayer Task Force’s mission is to communicate with every individual the need for personal repentance and prayer, mobilizing the Christian community to intercede for America and its leadership in the seven centers of power.

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The Body of Christ in Saddleback Valley (Mission Viejo, CA) is following the cloud to MV City Hall, where this evening , NDOP May 3, 2012, weare having a Prayer MEETING.  The Holy Spirit is in…Continue

Started by Mary G. Morris May 3, 2012.

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Hi, I just joined this group. I'm one of the coordinators for the NDOP in Brown County Ohio and wanted to know what some of you do to get more church participation in your area. It seems that…Continue

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Started by Marsha Mundy. Last reply by Virginia Rommel Feb 5, 2011.

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Comment by Pray.Network Curator/Coordinator on April 12, 2016 at 12:47pm

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A Tribute to Shirley Dobson by Dr. James Dobson

Almost every month since I left academia in 1977, I have written a letter to our listeners and supporters. Each of those letters dealt with a different topic of relevance to the family. They number more than 420 to date, and all of them are filed here at Family Talk. They chronicle the 33 years I spent at Focus on the Family, and now 6 years at Family Talk.

Never in those four decades have I devoted a letter specifically to my marvelous wife, Shirley. I think it is time to put her in the spotlight, because she is an incredible lady.

As some of you know, Shirley grew up in a dysfunctional family with an alcoholic father. Her mother and father divorced early on, and Alma was left to raise two children with no means of support. There was no “safety net” for struggling families in those days. Alma was a devoted and dedicated mother who was willing to do anything necessary to care for her kids, John and Shirley. Alma would rise in the middle of the night to work in a fish cannery as the boats came in. She also worked in a defense plant building airplanes. Alma became one of the first women to earn the nickname, “Rosie the Riveter.” I honor her memory today and express my appreciation for all the single parents who are courageously handling what I have called “the toughest job in the universe.”

One of Alma’s wisest decisions during the early years was to begin sending her children to a little Nazarene church in their neighborhood. Alma spent her Sundays washing, ironing, cooking, cleaning and “catching-up.” Shirley was at church one morning when a teacher named Mrs. Baldwin told her about Jesus and described how much He loved her. Several months later, when Shirley was six years old, she quietly knelt at an altar of prayer and gave her heart to Jesus. John made his own commitment to Christ about the same time.

Shirley learned to pray privately, and she began getting on her knees in her tiny bedroom at night and asking Jesus for two requests. She asked for a father who would love and care for her little family, and even at her young age, she asked for a godly husband who someday would care for her and love the Lord. Keep reading this article from Dr. James Dobson >>


Comment by Virginia Rommel on November 20, 2010 at 2:35pm
I am praying for leaders in every county and town in Nevada. We are more than half way to goal and need to stay connected for 2011!
Comment by Judy Secor on November 18, 2010 at 9:41pm
I was active with NDP years ago and helped organize the meetings in Santa Ana's Civic Center before Chuck Smith took that mantle. So glad he did! He had all the right connections to give it publicity and get people involved. We need more members in this group!!! Lead in your town!
Comment by Virginia Rommel on October 4, 2010 at 1:55pm
The National Day of Prayer Task Force is the place to go to help you organize, build, or begin a prayer network in your state. The great army of true worshippers and intercessors hold up the invisible shield that covers our nation: Global mission with local focus, partnerships make us visible to encourage and strengthen the body of Christ for such a time as this. I am so grateful for the world wide Prayer Network/s who watch and withness the glory of Jesus Christ.
Comment by Virtuous Lady on June 17, 2010 at 8:26pm


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