Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Investing in PSN Next 10 Years

Prayer Surge NOW!
Unbroken Weekly Nat'l Prayer Conference Calling Since 8.18.2007
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Next 10 Years: Let Us Surge TOGETHER in CHRIST for Revival Fire!

Thursday, August 17, 2017 

Dear PSN Friends and Partners:                                                                                                                                                                      
In August 2007, when my family and I were in transition from ministry in Washington, D.C. to Bible school at YWAM Tyler, I had no idea that the Holy Spirit would someday connect our paths together for the purpose of engaging with us in His united intercessory ministry of "Partnering with CHRIST for REVIVAL in Israel, America and the Nations."   I had no idea that our very first Prayer Surge NOW! (PSN) conference call prayer on Saturday, August 18, 2007, would continue until this day.  Thank you for sowing into my life and PSN ministry that has gone far beyond Saturday mornings as we are embracing JESUS' Prayer for us and HIS Mandate for HIS Church (John 17:20-23, Matthew 28:18-20).

Yes, the LORD deserves ALL honor and glory for what HE has done over the past 10 Years of Amazing Grace.  Nevertheless, in His perfect will, He requires and chooses to partner with "builders" and "watchmen" such as you (Psalm 127:1).  Your heart of obedience, dedication to intercede, and generous financial partnership have been critical over the past 10 years and are much needed for the "Next 10 Years: Let Us Surge TOGETHER in CHRIST for Revival Fire" in our cities, nation, Israel, and the nations.

PSN is currently facing serious financial challenge.  Would you prayerfully consider a generous PSN 10 Year Anniversary gift and/or begin/increase monthly donations towards the coming years of ongoing mobilization of united intercession?  This would allow for greater freedom in daily connecting with servant leaders and intercessors across America and TOGETHER sow into CHRIST's desires for Israel, America, and billions of souls among the nations.

On this occasion of PSN 10 Year Anniversary, I am grateful for the past unbroken 520 Saturday mornings of being TOGETHER with CHRIST and the honor of praying with you whether you began participating in 2007, recent weeks, or sometime in between.  I am also grateful for the opportunities that our FATHER has provided for prayer during National DAILY Prayer Calls for LIFE and US Supreme Court, weekly ISRAEL Prayer Surge NOW!, annual 10 Days Israel Prayer, occasional Jews and Gentiles TOGETHER for The ONE NEW ManNational Weekend of Prayer to End Slavery and Trafficking9/11 TEN YEARS LATER,9/11 15 YEARS LATER, last year’s 16 Hours of ELECTION DAY PRAYER CALL, last Thursday and this Monday's KOREA CRISIS PRAYER CALL, and much more.

As intercessors, we have the privilege of engaging in the most significant ministry on this side of Heaven and making HIStory together.  As PSN Intercessors, we have the blessing of gathering weekly with fellow intercessors across America for prevailing prayer of releasing Heaven on earth in our communities, Jerusalem, ends of the earth.  Let us pray without ceasing and declare CHRIST's marvelous deeds to ALL (1 Thessalonians 5:17 & Psalm 96:3)!

Together in Christ,
Dai Sup Han
National Facilitator, Prayer Surge NOW!

an URGENT message for Intercessors Across America,
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Please consider J. Edwin Orr's timeless teaching for intercessors.

Please consider National DAILY Prayer Calls for LIFE, US Supreme Court,
The Moral Outcry, details posted on

Dai Sup Han
National Facilitator, Prayer Surge NOW!,
Sat AM Conf Call Number 712-432-0075, Code 6149782#
Partnering with The Justice Foundation 
Transform USA
Co-Founder, National Weekend of Prayer to End Slavery and Trafficking
Serving, 10 Days of Prayer, Sept 20-30, 2017
Member, National Prayer Committee
Cell: 530-570-0085
Mailing address: Dai Sup Han, PO Box 26656
Colorado Springs, CO 80936-6656
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