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In the United States, Wisconsin U.S. District Judge Barbara B. Crabb recently ruled the National Day of Prayer as “unconstitutional.” But the United States’ Christians and the United Kingdom’s Christians share a shocking, disconcerting commonality: increasingly climactic persecution. In Europe, the former archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, alerted Christians worldwide with a shocking warning:

“In recent years, there has been a wave of relentless and shameless attempts to hollow out our nation’s deep-seated roots in the Christian faith…This week, a nurse in Devon is courageously taking her NHS Trust to an employment tribunal after being told she cannot wear a cross she has had since her confirmation 38 years ago…We see many other situations, including the banning of school nativity plays, the inability of Christian charities to gain public funding and noise abatement orders on Sunday worshippers…The Church is facing an increasingly secular outlook which sees no place for religious believers in public life. Yet a faith which does not influence a believer’s whole life is not a faith at all, merely a hobby or a preference.”

In such a time as this, Stacie Ruth Stoelting founded Praying Pals, an outreach of Bright Light Ministries.com. Suddenly, Praying Pals expanded exponentially with Christians joining worldwide to pray together each week. Praying Pals has grown exponentially with over +1100 prayer warriors worldwide who pray together each Friday. Praying Pals deliciously satisfies the craving of people’s hearts: to interact with their Maker.

Stacie Ruth shares hope thru word and song “to spread the word about the Word”: She’s an author, speaker, and recording artist who has sung for the 43rd President of the United States, Sarah Palin, etc. Yes, she’s recently recorded with Grammy and Dove winners but she’s much more interested in being a soul winner. (With Jesus, anyone can win!) A CBN.com feature writer/columnist, she’s prayed with the feeble and the famous (i.e. Sarah Palin, Ann Graham Lotz). Stacie Ruth knows well the astounding fact: the Almighty Creator listens to our hearts and loves us deeply regardless of backgrounds.

Stacie Ruth says, “

[With Praying Pals], we use the Internet to pray and love Jesus instead of letting the Internet to prey on and use us.” God works mightily and receives all glory. The Lord is working through Praying Pals and it is steadily growing every day. Unbound by geographic and denominational boundaries, the Christian prayer group prays each week without hesitation.

Starting soon, Praying Pals will have its own program on a new radio network. With “live” prayer worldwide each Friday at 3:00P.M. CDT, the Praying Pals Program will allow Christians worldwide to unite and pray. It will also include answered prayer stories, guests, worship, and applicable, Biblical tips on prayer. With passion, she offers tips on how to make prayer as easy breathing, how to make prayer a part of daily life, how to use prayer as a way to share Jesus’ love with hurting friends/co-workers/family members, and other excellent insights each week.

Here’s one of her top tips: “Would you like God to use you today? Well, offer to pray with someone. Send an e-mail to your pastor and tell him you’re praying. Call a relative. Text your friend a quick prayer.”

Let’s unite and pray together while there’s still time. Discover why prayer is powerful and necessary in our walk with God. Join Praying Pals today on Facebook or at PrayingPals.org.

Call (712) 225-2161 to schedule an interview with Stacie Ruth or e-mail carriebeth@brightlightministry.com.

Bright Light Ministry
www.brightlightministry.com
John 14:6 “Jesus said to him, ‘I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.'”

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  1. Peggy Blann Phifer April 21, 2010 at 9:52 pm - Reply

    Kathi, thank you for bringing this to our attention. I have joined and added it to my profile on Facebook. Also took the praying hands logo/image and added it to my blog sidebar.

    Go ahead and wear thepurple

    Praying for great things, here!

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