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Let’s make National Grandparents Day on September 7, 2014
Our grandchildren are living in a desperate moral and spiritual climate navigating in a world hostile to truth. Satan has launched an aggressive attack on our families, schools and our nation to desensitize our children to truth and righteousness. Perhaps at no other time in our history is a call to prayer more urgently required than it is today for our grandchildren.
God has given grandparents a sacred trust – an opportunity to imprint another generation with His love and faithfulness. Grandparents need to be intentional about the power of prayer to keep the hearts and minds of their grandchildren from falling captive to the enemy’s deception. We are engaged in a spiritual battle that requires prayer as the weapon.
Over the last three years, thousands of grandparents have united in prayer on the National Grandparents Day in September and made it a Day of Prayer for their families. Again, Christian Grandparenting Network (CGN) invites you to be a part of this movement to intentionally pray for our grandchildren, our families and our world making it a Grandparents’ Day of Prayer (GDOP).
We are looking for volunteers who will host or organize an event to invite grandparents to join in prayer on September 7. It may be in your church, in your home, retirement complex or any meeting location you choose, it doesn’t have to be complicated. Keep it simple.
CGN will give you guidelines, resources, and online tools to help guide you through the process of engaging grandparents in prayer.
Join grandparents throughout the world to unite in prayer on September 7
for their grandchildren.
Check out this website for blogs, endorsements, testimonials and promotional materials and free downloads. www.grandparentsdayofprayer.com
For additional information, contact Lillian Penner
National Prayer Coordinator for Christian Grandparenting Network firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Lillian Penner