Neath, UK (ANS) – This coming week (Oct 11-17) Neighbourhood Prayer Network and Leading the Way UK are calling for Christians across the UK to come together and pray for Biblical Truth in society in it’s many spheres, including the church.
Each day, there will be special ‘in conversation’ programmes available on social media and YouTube, which will speak to different areas of society. Among the guests contributing include Gavin Calver, CEO of the Evangelical Alliance, the Rt Revd Philip Mountstephen, Bishop of Truro, Mervyn Thomas, Founder and President of Christian Solidarity Worldwide, David L’Herroux, CEO of United Christian Broadcasters, Peter Kerridge, CEO of Premier Christian Media Group and Sir Brian Souter, Founder and Chairman of Stagecoach.
In addition, each day will start with a devotional from Rev Dr RT Kendall which relates to the topic of the day.
“In our quest to touch the whole of the British Isles through a message of prayer, care and share, we are delighted to be working with Leading the Way UK, developing a theme for this prayer week on Biblical truth in Society.
“What better way to bring together all our work in this coronavirus pandemic focusing on the most historically impactful book in world history. I would encourage churches, leaders and individuals the length and breadth of the country to engage in this prayer week and go deeper in Biblical truth than we have ever gone before!”
Dr Alan Kerbey, UK Director of Leading the Way added:
“Leading The Way and Neighbourhood Prayer Network have joined forces for a national week of prayer between 11 and 18 October. The theme throughout the week is The Importance of Biblical Truth in Society. The centrepiece is a video message which has been specially recorded by Dr Michael Youssef, President of Leading The Way.
“Speaking from Daniel Chapter 9, his powerful message will help to guide our thoughts and prayers throughout the week – and it could not be more timely and relevant as we commit to pray for our nation and the church in the difficult, uncertain and challenging times in which we are living.“