How to Involve Your Community in the National Day of Prayer

How to Involve Your Community in the National Day of Prayer

The United States Congress officially enacted the National Day of Prayer in 1952 (although days of prayer have been established and observed by presidents, Congress, and Americans since 1775). It falls on the first Thursday in May, and every year, the president signs a proclamation encouraging Americans to turn to God in prayer. People of many religions and Christians from different denominations come together on this day and pray in houses of worship, in front of courthouses, in their homes, and other locations around the community.

Posted On: April 25th, 2019

4 Key Features of the Best Church Apps

4 Key Features of the Best Church Apps

Let’s face it—there’s no shortage of features when it comes to church apps. In fact, some companies offer so many features it can be downright overwhelming. Don’t let this discourage you or make you think that adding a church app to your ministry is going to be more trouble than it’s worth.

Posted On: March 1st, 2019

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