On Wednesday 26th February, church and community leaders from all over the UK came together in Parliament to launch the Joining the Dots 2014 prayer movement and to celebrate ahead of what is hoped to be “a year of transformation” in the UK. Joining the Dots developed out of the National Day of Prayer and Worship held in September 2012, during which 32,000 Christians met to pray for the UK in Wembley stadium.
Pastor Jonathan Oloyede, Convenor of NDOP, said: “I want to thank those in the Church who have taken seriously again the call to prayer and look forward to seeing evangelism, mission and breakthrough in our communities.” Speaking in Parliament last night, Cluster Development Director at Urban Saints, Phil Hulks, said: “We are asking young people to mobilise the Church to take the love of the Father to our nation.”
“We recognise the fatherlessness that there is in our nation today, we recognise that 2014 is the one hundred year anniversary of the beginning of WWI – a time when we lost many fathers,” he said in an impassioned speech. “We want people to know that God is not distant…” Pastor Oleyede continued: “It’s time for the Church to believe in prayer again, and join in changing the landscape of
Source: NDOP; Revival Media
BIBLE STUDY: Psalm 102:12-14
PRAISE: God for prayerful initiatives seeking God for the spiritual transformation of Britain.