Wednesday, October 19, 2016

National Prayer Assembly in Washington, D.C., October 27-28

Urgent Invitation to Prayer Leaders and Intercessors Across America
Thursday, October 27 – Friday, October 28, 2016
Please read the entire invitation and register

America is at a tipping point!

You are invited to the last national prayer gathering just before our election. It will be a time of hearing from 25 top experts about the crucial issues facing the USA. We will respond in all-out prayer, seeking the One who can pull us back from the brink and give our nation a new beginning. If you have a heart to seek God’s face at this crucial time for our troubled nation, this gathering of ministry leaders and intercessors is for you.

Seeking God’s Face for the Deliverance and Destiny of America: An Invitation to the National Prayer Assembly, October 27–28, 2016, Washington, D.C.

Dear Friend,

You are invited to an assembly of brothers and sisters in Christ from many different organizations, denominations and locations across our nation. All have a burdened heart for this land we love and are coming together to our nation’s capital to pray at such a time as this. As one theologian put it, “History belongs to the intercessors, who believe the future into being.” America is now at a historic crossroads with growing threats within and without. It is a tumultuous election year and an absolutely pivotal time in our existence as a country. A dysfunctional and divided government has become increasingly ineffectual in dealing with our growing problems, including a $20 trillion debt hanging over our heads. In addition, our society is becoming progressively more apathetic and cold to the things of God. Surely, we need a new Great Awakening to turn America around before we careen off the looming cliff before us and the hope of restoration is dashed to pieces. 

A critical component in this pursuit of awakening is the coming together of both America’s prayer and ministry movements to seek His face. We need to join forces, praying with one heart and mind for a fresh, massive outpouring of His Spirit that will bring revival and transformation to our battered and dispirited nation.

It is time to gather ministry leaders for two days of insightful presentations by national experts followed by concentrated intercession, listening, and sharing what God is saying to us. As in the National Prayer Assembly of October 2014, our approach will be to pray at least twice as much as we talk. Earlier assembly participants felt this was the right balance, so we will endeavor once again to let the Spirit of the Lord reveal, inspire, and pray out His heart concerns through us.

Listed below are some of the issues we will focus on at the NPA.

We look forward to your being with us for this crucial time of encountering the Lord together on behalf of our beloved country.

Every blessing in Christ,

Dave Butts (National Prayer Committee)
Rickie Bradshaw (Pray Houston)
Pierre Bynum (Family Research Council)
Paul Cedar (Mission America Coalition)
Lisa Crump (National Day of Prayer)
Kay Horner (Awakening America Alliance)
Dave Kubal (Intercessors for America)
Daniel Lim and Doug Conder (International House of Prayer)
John Robb (International Prayer Connect)

Some of the other participating organizations: Somebody Cares, Every Home for Christ, Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation, Children’s Prayer Embassy, Generals of Intercession and Reformation Prayer Network, Strategic Prayer Network, The Hope Connection, The Call, The Response, Capitol Ministries, Inter-Tribal Prayer Network, Southern Baptist Convention, Justice Foundation.

Prayer Assembly Participant Details:

§  8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, October 27, 2016
§  8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, October 28, 2016

Registration fee:  $120 per person. You must register each person individually. The fee will include beverage service throughout, lunch on Friday, and our meeting space overlooking Washington, D.C. We are encouraging both prayer and fasting as part of the Assembly if you are able to do that for the first day of this gathering. In addition, a 40-day call to prayer with fasting up to the election will be in progress having begun on September 30.

To Register:

Venue: Sheraton Pentagon City,  Arlington, VA
§  Reagan National Airport (DCA) is nearest airport.
§  Shuttle service is provided to hotel.       
§  Special conference rate is $179/night per room (for twin sharing if desired) 
To reserve your hotel accommodations please click here:

For other questions about logistics, please contact Lisa Crump with the National Day of Prayer Task Force via email:

Prayer Emphases for the NPA:
·      Repentance for-
    Corporate sins of America
    Sins within the Church and Society
·      Reconciliation and healing of-
    Leadership division
    Racial division
    Restorative justice
·      Restoration of-
    Spiritual revival and morality within the church
    Truth in media
    Morality in arts and entertainment
    Integrity and blessing in marketplace
    Protection for marriage and the family–an institution under assault
    Truth and protection in educational institutions
·      Sanctity of human life and protection of the unborn
·      Reaching and evangelizing the lost
    Prayer-care-share lifestyles among Jesus followers
    Provision and mobilization of missionaries
·      Government and the national election
    Religious freedom
    Court decisions
    Legislative actions
·      Prayer movement
·      Next generation
    Emerging Leaders
·      False religion and the occult invasion
·      National security issues
    Military forces
    Law enforcement
    Homeland security 
    Radical Islam and ISIS threats

Dai Sup Han
National Facilitator, Prayer Surge NOW!,
Sat AM Conf Call Number 712-432-0075, Code 6149782#
Partnering with The Justice Foundation
Co-Founder, National Weekend of Prayer to End Slavery and Trafficking
Serving, 10 Days of Prayer, Oct 2-12, 2016
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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