The nation faces this fall with bated breath. Increased uncertainty and division threatens our peace with each headline, terrorist attack, shooting, and riot. It’s no wonder people feel hopeless and helpless today. November looms with an inevitable leadership transition, regardless of our political preference. And many people, feeling helpless, turn to social media to express opinions, emotions, hopes, and fears.
The question so many are asking is, “What can we do against such a tidal wave of brokenness and suffering?”
We can do better. Our God offers us better.
Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and Revive Our Hearts is hosting a large-scale simulcast prayer event on Friday, September 23 from 6-9 pm to gather thousands of women to pray for God’s mercy and supernatural intervention in our world, our nation, our churches, our cities, and our homes.
While the world around us wrestles with wavering hope in political parties, portfolios, safety, stability, or the advancement of the right social cause—we are crying out to the only One who gives hope and peace. Cry Out! is an opportunity for you to actually do something together that will make a difference. Thousands strong. Crying out to the King of Kings to do in us and in our nation what no man-made effort can accomplish.
Nothing short of divine intervention can change our world.
“I’m asking the Lord to place a deeper hunger for prayer in the hearts of thousands of women for such a time as this,” Wolgemuth says. “These are dark days for sure. But this is not a time to despair. These days present an opportunity for the Lord to display His power in amazing ways. That’s why we need to seek His face and to ask Him to show His power by reviving the church and drawing the hearts of lost sinners to Himself.”
This three-hour prayer meeting will focus on five areas of prayer emphasis: personal, families, churches, our nation, and the world. Each segment will be led by a different keynote speaker and will include Scripture reading, a short devotional message, corporate interactive prayer, and worship.
Mark your calendars for Friday, September 23 from 6-9 pm CT/PT for Cry Out!—a free simulcast prayer event for women.
Contact the church office with questions.