Saturday, March 28, 2015

May 5, 2016 National Day of Prayer - 10 Easy Steps

10 Easy Steps for Hosting a National Day of Prayer Observance in Your Community

  1.  Review the resources at

  2.  Sign up to be an Event Coordinator  at the National 
       website and wait to receive your welcome e-mail.

  3.  Pray and decide on your venue, speakers, music and 
       other  details.

  4.  Invite a few people to help with the tasks. 

  5.  Order program covers from the National website 
       and any other materials needed.  You may or may
       not need to prepare a formal printed program.

 6.  Have your speakers review and sign the 
      Participation Agreement. (If you have speakers
      that you do not know well.)

 7.  Order the Michigan Prayer Guide to distribute at 
      the observance, ask for the PDF and copy.

 8.  Print or order any NDP posters, use social media 
       and get the word out.  You can get them printed.

 9.   Be certain to POST  the observance at the site under Events 
        and select post at the bottom of the page. 
       List your contact info such as, phone and email 

10.  Be specific on your prayer requests and have a team 
        to pray for your observance.

Be intentional to exercise the freedom of religion to pray
at public venues.  God Bless you!  Please call if you need
prayer, I am happy to pray with you.  

Any questions:  Contact Cathy Braun, ph. 517-927-7240

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

March 2 Capitol Brunch Update

Our March prayer gathering at the Capitol Building this year. It was a blessed time,
as the presence of the Lord was very apparent. This is what is needed for each of
our meetings, we want to create an environment where the Lord can do what He
wants in our midst.

Our time together began with a corporate blessing, and followed by the brunch.  I
then shared some details about resources for the National Day of Prayer, and this was
followed by beautiful worship lead by Brooke from Gateway.  We received a powerful
message on the importance of prayer, the Word and seeking and knowing the Lord's

This was a wonderful opportunity to meet with others that plan observances in May
and meet with those that have a passion for prayer.  I hope each attendee took
advantage of the time to interact and meet new people.   It is a blessing to hear from
others, that God is using, to advance His Kingdom in the state and in the nation.

The timely message for the State of Michigan and for the Nation delivered by Pastor
Ed Watts from Gateway H.O.P.E. Center in Flint.  His message was on the urgent
need for prayer and to be plumb lined with the Word of God. We must have relationship
with Christ and not just go through religious steps.  We do not want a golden calf
Jesus but a living and vital relationship with Christ.

Michigan NDP Conference Prayer Calls/Order Info/Events listing

Hello Michigan Coordinators: 

Every Monday during March and April, 2015  I will be 
hosting a conference prayer call. 

This time will serve as assistance for planning a National 
Day of Prayer Observance. 

The call time is 8 p.m. and the call number is 
ph. 712-775-7031, and 917480954# is the code.

The Michigan Prayer Guide is available to order.  It is a 
tri-fold Michigan prayer resource with elected officials 
at the State and National level listed.  There is a section 
with scriptures to pray.  Order by calling, 517-927-7240
or 517-655-5239 and leave a message on quantity along
with your address.  $10 for 50 copies plus postage
cost.  This is great to hand out at your observance.
Mail a check to NDP-MI, P.O. Box 131, Williamston,
Michigan 48895.  Order early.  These are available at
a 17% discount to you from our cost.  

site to register your Michigan observance under EVENTS, 
be sure to include your current email and phone number 
where I can reach you.  

15% DISCOUNT CODE On the National website there are many prayer resources 
available. Be certain to order any materials early and 
use the NDP discount code of 15NDP for 15% off.

Please check here, at the blog, for further updates and announcements.  

Cathy Braun, State Coordinator