Gospel for Asia Assessing Nepal Quake Damage to Churches, Bible Schools and Children’s Centers

Churches, Bible Schools and Children’s Centers

Sends Missionary Workers from India to Assist in Disaster Recovery Efforts
Contact: Taun Cortado, Gospel for Asia, 214-673-0075, tauncortado@gfa.org
KATHMANDU, Nepal, April 27, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — After the worst earthquake in 80 years hit Nepal over the weekend, Gospel for Asia (GFA) immediately began assessing the quake’s impact on the people there, as well as damage to churches, Bible schools and children’s centers. It also initiated disaster response efforts for survivors in the region.
Photo: GFA Compassion Services teams are working to bring relief to the earthquake survivors, offering assistance where needed. Hi-resolution version available.
Gospel for Asia has 450 churches, 20 Bridge of Hope children centers and Bible schools in Nepal, some of which were destroyed or damaged by the quake. Many church leaders and members have lost their homes or can no longer safely live in them.
Between 30 and 40 GFA-supported missionaries serving in Uttar Pradesh, an Indian state bordering Nepal, have been sent to the region to help recovery efforts. On Monday a team of pastors, leaders and believers in Kathmandu Valley provided relief supplies, such as fresh water, noodles, sugar, rice and dal, to quake victims.
“Tragedy can strike at any time. It is our aim in times like this to help as many people as we can, both with basic physical care as well as with a heart of compassion to listen and care for them individually,” said Dr. K.P. Yohannan, founder and international director or GFA. “When we minister to the hurting in Jesus’ name, we minister unto Him.”
The death toll from Saturday’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake soared past 3,300 Monday, according to the Associated Press. How much higher it will rise depends largely on the condition of vulnerable mountain villages, which rescue workers were still struggling to reach two days after the disaster. The quake also triggered an avalanche at Mt. Everest that buried part of the base camp packed with foreign climbers preparing to make summit attempts. At least 18 people died there, and 61 were injured.
GFA has worked in Nepal for more than 25 years.   For decades, the ministry has also provided disaster relief throughout South Asia when tragedy strikes the areas it serves, such as with the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
“When we are on the other side of the world during times of crisis, we can feel quite helpless, but we can make a difference,” said Yohannan. “We can help through recovery organizations on the ground there, and most importantly, we can pray for those who have lost loved ones or homes or who have suffered injuries in the devastation. We can also pray for the safety, strength and grace for missionaries ministering to the suffering. “
More information about GFA’s disaster recovery efforts in Nepal can be obtained at www.gfa.org/info/nepal-earthquake.
Gospel for Asia (www.gfa.org) is a mission organization sharing the love of Jesus across South Asia.

Nepal Earthquake: World Vision first responders to get a first look at remote villages hit by quake

Kathmandu, NEPAL (April 25, 2015) — Today World Vision teams began coordinating aid efforts to assist those impacted by the 7.8 magnitude quake that struck Nepal, even as staff got their first look at the damage in some rural areas. This after many spent the night in tents, keeping out of damaged buildings as aftershocks continued through the night.

“My family and I slept out in the open last night in a field with our neighbors. Our street is completely blocked off with rubble. We were still feeling a lot of aftershocks, every few hours. Everyone very afraid. Some people are in shock. But as morning began in Kathmandu, we also saw people walking around to see what the damage is, to get a better idea of what happened and to gather supplies,” said Phillip Ewert, World Vision’s Operations Director in Nepal.

World Vision has sent a team to assess the damage in rural areas. They anticipate several hours journey first by vehicle, then by foot, a trek that will take more than half the day, despite a distance of just 50 miles.

In Katmandu, staffers describe roads blocked by debris and older buildings toppled. Those modern buildings that remain standing are still uninhabited, with people unsure whether the structure is safe. Few stores are open and there are limited places to get supplies.

“There is a real sense of community, people cooking for each other. But it’s also clear supplies are running out. It’s not at the panic stage yet, but it’s starting to get that way,” Ewert said.

Despite being in a highly earthquake prone region, many villages and towns in Nepal are simply not prepared for earthquakes of this magnitude, says Matt Darvas, a World Vision employee based in Nepal:

“Villages in the areas affected near the epicentre are literally perched on the sides of large mountain faces and are made from simple stone and rock construction. Many of these villages are only accessible by 4WD and then foot, with some villages hours and even entire days walks away from main roads at the best of times. It will likely be helicopter access only for these remote villages,” Darvas said.

Reports of damage are starting to come in from these areas.

“Villages like this are routinely affected by landslides and it’s not uncommon for entire villages of 200, 300, up to 1000 people to be completely ‘buried’ by rock falls. We are slowly hearing reports that this may have been the case in villages in the Kaski and Gorkha regions,” says Darvas.

“Delivery of medical assistance will also be a challenge. Health posts are often rudimentary in the village districts with limited services, and are not even always staffed by a registered doctor. Some villages rely on being able to access the health posts of surrounding villages. If they are ‘cut off’, it’s possible that entire villages are without medical assistance right now,” Darvas said.

World Vision is planning to respond in its initial phase to 50,000 people, meeting their immediate needs including providing first aid kits, sleeping mats, blankets and jerry cans; temporary shelter; and protection for children. World Vision is setting up three Child Friendly Spaces so children have a safe space to play following the trauma of the quake.

Disaster management experts from World Vision’s operations around the region – including in neighboring India and Bangladesh – are on standby to provide relief assistance to the Nepal response. Some supplies were pre-positioned in Nepal, while others will be airlifted in from Dubai.

Nepal has long ranked at the top of the list of places most vulnerable to earthquakes, according to experts. Before the earthquake, World Vision had identified Nepal as “very vulnerable” to earthquakes, and the aid agency had been implementing earthquake preparedness training for communities and workshops for schools to help reduce the risks of earthquakes. This work was done in Lalitpur and Rupandehi Districts for about 65,000 people.

– See more at: http://www.worldvision.org/press-release/nepal-earthquake-world-vision-first-responders-get-first-look-remote-villages-hit#sthash.hHHd5GFa.dpuf

Announcing the 2015 Winning Titles of the Book of the Year Award

CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 22, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA) is pleased to announce the winning titles for the 2015 Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award. Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award honors books produced by small publishers each year for outstanding contribution to Christian life.

Book lovers and retailers selling Christian products voted on the nominated titles in each of thirteen categories. “The voting was very competitive again this year,” states Sarah Bolme, Director of Christian Small Publishers Association, the sponsor of the award. “For the second year in a row, two categories have ties for first place.”

The winners in each of the thirteen categories are:

Fiction
The Redemption of Caralynne Hayman, Carole Brown, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, 978-1938499944

Historical Fiction
Rebekah’s Treasure, Sylvia Bambola, Heritage Publishing House, 978-0989970747
&
Chasing the Butterfly, Jayme H. Mansfield, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas,
978-1941103371

Romance
Shenandoah Dreams, Lisa Belcastro, OakTara, 978-1602903807

Christian Living
The Gospel in Twenty Questions, Paul Ellis, KingsPress, 978-1927230107

Bible Study / Theology
The Praying Church Handbook – Volume II: Personal and Family Prayer, P. Douglas Small, Editor, Alive Publications, 978-0989652520
&
Paul’s Letters to the Early Church, Trina Bresser Matous, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, 978-1941103425

Devotional
My Resurrected Heart: A Codependent’s Journey to Healing, Diane M. Jellen,
978-1490818559

Biography / Memoir
Bury Me with My Pearls, Jane Jenkins Herlong, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas,
978-1938499333

Relationships / Family
My Beloved and My Friend: How To Be Married To Your Best Friend Without Changing Spouses, Hal and Melanie Young, Great Waters Press, 978-1938554032

Children’s (age 4 to 8)
Nutshell Prayers for Kids, Sue Riger, Brush and Quill Productions, 978-0991508877

Children’s (age 8 to 12)
Corrie ten Boom, Kaylena Radcliff, Christian History Institute, 978-1563648731

Young Adult (age 12+)
Four Years, Two Roads: Finding Eternal Significance in High School, Derek Kim, Concerning Life Publishing, 978-0988922594

Gift Book
The Prayer Shawl: Wrapped in God’s Love, Susan Fitzsimonds–author, Mary Gregg Byrne– illustrator, Nelson Publishing and Marketing, 978-1938326196

Christian Education
Their Name is Today, Johann Christoph Arnold, Plough Publishing House, 978-0874866308

The winning titles can be viewed at www.bookoftheyear.net.

The Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award is sponsored by Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA). A total of 126 titles were nominated for the award categories.

About Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA)
CSPA represents and promotes small publishers in the Christian marketplace. CSPA represents a membership of over 100 small publishers producing materials for the Christian Marketplace. CSPA is a supplier member of CBA. For more information about Christian Small Publishers Association visit
www.christianpublishers.net.

Steve Amerson to Participate in the ‘Washington A Man of Prayer 2015′ Event

WASHINGTON, April 21, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — On Wednesday evening April 29, members of Congress will honor the 226th inaugural anniversary of President George Washington with ceremonies in prestigious Statuary Hall in the United States Capitol. Honorary hosts for the gala are Senator James Lankford of Oklahoma and Representative Randy Forbes of Virginia. House Speaker John Boehner will begin the evening with a welcome and members will be led in prayer for the nation by Chaplains of the House and Senate Fr. Patrick Conroy and Rev. Dr. Barry Black.

Special patriotic and spiritual musical presentations will be performed by Steve Amerson, Keith and Kristyn Getty, and members of The National Christian Choir. Emcees for the evening are pastors Dr. Jim Garlow and Rev. Dan Cummins. A special blessing for the nation will be given by Rabbi Jonathan Cahn.

The ceremony honoring the 226th inaugural anniversary of President George Washington will be broadcast globally by the Daystar Television Network at 8:30pm-10:00pm EST.

Though the event is exclusively for members of Congress, churches around the world will be able to join the celebration that Wednesday evening during their midweek services via a WND.com webcast. Churches are encouraged to register online to host the historic webcast during their midweek services at www.WashingtonAManOfPrayer.com.

In its fourth consecutive year, Washington A Man of Prayer 2015 commemorates the events of April 30, 1789, when after being sworn in at Federal Hall President Washington along with Congress proceeded to St. Paul’s Chapel where as its first official act offered dedicatory prayers to God on America’s behalf.

Rev. Dan Cummins, the events originator, gives the historic significance of the event stating, “On April 30, 1789, the world saw more than just the inauguration of the president of a new nation; it witnessed a watershed moment in world history – the birth of the American Republic and a functioning Constitution.” He also notes, “Could the ideals penned on parchment at Philadelphia’s Continental Congress preserve in ink what sword and patriots’ blood inscribed on the field of battle? The pen indeed has been mightier than the sword as today we celebrate 226 triumphant years of the American Experiment and the exceptional man who most embodied the dream of all men – the freedom to self-govern.”

Statuary Hall or as it is often referred to as The Old House Chamber was the location of weekly Christian church services from 1800 to 1869. It was the largest church on the east coast with as many as 2000 in attendance – in the Capitol. The American Christian church has deep roots and significant historic ties to Statuary Hall.

Broad Coalition Urges President Obama ‘Fill Vacant Special Envoy Post’

WASHINGTON,  April 20, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — More than 50 non-governmental organizations (NGOs), scholars, religious leaders, and human rights advocates sent a letter urging President Obama to swiftly fill the vacant post of Special Envoy for Religious Minorities in the Middle East and South Central Asia. Despite the President signing a law in August 2014 creating this position, he has yet to appoint the Special Envoy.

This envoy, subject to direction by the President and the Secretary of State, is to represent the United States in matters and cases relevant to religious freedom for imperiled religious minorities in the Middle East and South Central Asia. The Special Envoy’s duties would include promoting religious freedom, monitoring religious intolerance, and denouncing rights violations.

“A senior diplomat at the State Department focused exclusively on protecting and preserving these ancient faith communities is long overdue,” said former Congressman Frank R. Wolf. “The crisis facing Christians and other vulnerable religious minorities in countries like Iraq, Syria, Egypt and Iran cannot be overstated. It is time for the president to follow through on his signature. There is no good reason not to appoint a Special Envoy.”

The newly-formed 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative spearheaded the effort to send the NGO letter to the President. Forty-three members of Congress sent a similar bicameral bipartisan letter last week asking the President to fill the position and highlighting the bleak situation facing religious minorities throughout the region, foremost among them Christians and Yezidis, who have been violently targeted by the Islamic State.

The congressional letter was led by Representatives Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Randy Forbes (R-VA), Juan Vargas (D-CA), Jeff Fortenberry (R-NE) and Senators Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Debbie Stabenow (D-MI).

“Congressman Wolf and I met with representatives from the suffering Christian and Yezidi communities in Iraq,” said Randel Everett, President and Founder of the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative. “They repeatedly told us that they felt abandoned by the West—both policymakers and faith leaders. The simple act of filling this post would send a clear signal that the United States recognizes the gravity of the situation.”

Las Vegas Christian TV Station Launches New Family Channel

LAS VEGAS, April 16, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — Dale Davidson, President of Las Vegas Tonight TV and Dale Wynn Davidson Ministries, announced today at the National Association of Broadcasters annual convention in Las Vegas, NV, that The Family Channel is joining The Walk TV as “family friendly” television offerings now available via FREE TV in the Las Vegas market.

Davidson had been part-owner, President and General Manager of KEEN-TV in Las Vegas prior to selling the station and leaving his position following the transition to new ownership. His 10 year tenure at KEEN has uniquely positioned Davidson for his new venture, Davidson notes.

“I am so pleased to be able to once again offer 24/7 Christian television to Las Vegans,” Davidson said. “The station I’m operating now, KNBX-TV, channel 31.2, is a fulltime, local Christian television alternative in Las Vegas. Television viewers seeking quality, clean entertainment and inspiration will surely find that KNBX-TV, channel 31.2 will fit their needs.”

KNBX-TV carries The Walk TV network on channel 31.2. The network is also simulcast on channel 47.8 in the Las Vegas market and is available in several Las Vegas Strip hotels as well. Both channels are viewer and advertiser supported and operated by Las Vegas Tonight TV, a non-profit community service of Dale Wynn Davidson Ministries.

The Family Channel is a new addition to Las Vegas Tonight TV and features family friendly programming suitable for the entire family. Beginning this week, the new television channel is broadcasting as FREE TV over channel 31.5.

“I am so excited that we will be offering the kind of family television that has been lacking on the broadcast networks as well as cable TV,” Davidson exclaimed. “This is exactly the programming that viewers have been clamoring for,” he added.

Davidson also hosts and produces a one hour interview program, “Las Vegas Tonight,” that features revealing interviews of Christian entertainers, sports figures, community and political leaders, along with pastors and other ministry innovators in Las Vegas and around the world.

“Las Vegas Tonight” airs Saturday evenings at 8 pm Pacific / 11 pm Eastern on “The Walk TV” television network, which has more than 275 affiliates across the United States. The program now also airs three times daily on the Vegas Life TV Network, via Dream Satellite TV, in more than 10 million homes throughout Asia, including the Philippines, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Shanghai, Macau, Hong Kong and Beijing.

Davidson describes his ministry as one that exists to spread the Gospel around the world and to promote other ministries that are serving others, particularly in the Las Vegas metro area. His recently released book, “Las Vegas Tonight: From Sin City to Vegas Saints,” profiles ministry leaders and exemplary Christian servants who are serving Las Vegans in many ways. The 10 people covered in the book have all been guests on his “Las Vegas Tonight” television show.

Las Vegas Tonight TV and Dale Wynn Davidson Ministries are operating in newly-remodeled offices and studios at 2585 S. Jones Blvd. near the Las Vegas Strip.

Additional information:
Re: Dale Wynn Davidson Ministries: www.vegassaints.org
Re: The Walk TV: www.thewalktv.tv
Re: The Family Channel: www.famchannel.com
Re: Dream Satellite TV: www.dreamsatellite.com

Australia Calls World to Pray & Fast for Seven Days for USA from 30 April – 6 May 2015


CANBERRA, Australia, April, 14, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — The team behind Australia’s National Day of Prayer and Fasting www.nationaldayofprayer.com.au with other prayer leaders are calling the nations of the world to prayer and fasting for seven days for USA. This period of prayer will take place from 30 April – 6 May 2015.  April 30 is America’s National Day of Repentance (NDOR) www.dayofrepentance.org. May 7 is the 64th Annual National Day of Prayer (NDP) www.nationaldayofprayer.org.

Warwick Marsh, Australian coordinator, said, “30 April is the 226th anniversary of George Washington’s inauguration as a devout Christian president and the 152nd anniversary of Lincoln’s Day of ‘Humiliation, Prayer and Fasting’ held during the devastating times of the Civil War. The theme for the USA National Day of Prayer on 7 May, 2015 ‘Lord Hear Our Cry’ is taken from 2 Kings 8:28:  ‘Give attention to your servant’s prayer and his pleas for mercy, Lord my God. Hear the cry and the prayer that your servant is praying in your presence this day.'” See this prayer for America: www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIcqcWAQ_Ns

Alison Jessup from Australia said, “We in Australia believe it is our turn to bless the nation of America and pray for healing for the USA  through prayer and fasting according to 2 Chronicles 7:14.  We in Australia are grateful for the protection that America gave Australia and the nations of the free world during World War II. The 1942 Battle of the Coral Sea, led by the USA, was the turning point in the Second World War for Australia.”

Ps Matt Prater from Australia said, “We are calling the nations of the world to join in prayer and fasting with our brothers and sisters in Christ in the USA.  Last year we had people from over 40 nations join with us. This year we are believing for over 100 nations to join us in prayer and fasting for the USA.”

Lana Vawser from Australia said, “There is a fight for the destiny of the USA right now. The destiny of America hangs in the balance. The Lord is calling his people to arise and pray for the United States of America. It is time to contend.” www.elijahlist.com/words/display_word.html?ID=14482

Pope Cites Armenia Genocide

NEW YORK, April 13, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — Bill Donohue (photo) comments on the remarks made yesterday by Pope Francis:
There are two good reasons why Pope Francis chose to address the genocide of the Armenian people. First, Armenia was the world’s first Christian country. Second, this year marks the centennial of the 20th century’s first genocide. It should also be noted that it was Muslims who were responsible for these atrocities, and they are at it again today.
The Turkish government says the pope is guilty of promoting “unfounded claims.” It is wrong: nothing the Holy Father said is historically inaccurate, though in fairness, there have been “unfounded claims.”
It is true that some observers have lumped together those Armenians who died as the result of disease, famine, and war with those who were singled out for extinction. It is also true that there is evidence supporting the claim that some Turkish officials took steps to protect the lives of Armenians during the deportations. But they also failed in serious ways.
One of the most astute historians to cover these events is William B. Rubinstein. After conceding that some accounts have been unfair to the Turks, he writes, “Most of the evidence suggests…that the Turkish authorities actively masterminded the mass killing of the Armenians as a deliberate policy.” On the other hand, the popular claim that 1.5 million Armenians were systematically killed appears to be an exaggeration. Rubinstein puts the figure at about 1 million. But this hardly exculpates Turkish officials. “This was certainly the greatest massacre of civilians in what can be described as the Western world in modern times until that point,” he writes, “and one of the greatest slaughters in recorded history, as well as the first of the demonic slaughters of the twentieth century.”
On the eve of the Holocaust, Hitler told his military, “Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” This is why it was important for Pope Francis to cite this event. Moreover, Muslim madmen are carrying out another genocide of Christians today. Some things never change.
On the eve of the Holocaust, Hitler told his military, “Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?” This is why it was important for Pope Francis to cite this event. Moreover, Muslim madmen are carrying out another genocide of Christians today. Some things never change.

A Biblical Case for an Active Patriotism

By Rev. Robert A. Crutchfield
Editor, Faithinspires.org

Scripture tells us that no man is perfect. From this we know that no creation of man is perfect, therefore no nation is perfect. Even so many Christians find themselves very proud of their country. Many born elsewhere have feelings of pride about both their nation of birth, and their new homeland. What does the Bible say about these feelings of patriotism, and what should our reaction be ?

First let us consider the words of Ezra 7:26 “ And whoever will not do the law of your God, and the law of the king, let judgment be executed speedily on him, whether it be to death, or to banishment, or to confiscation of goods, or to imprisonment.”(KJV) So here we see that our obligation to God and our obligation to country are linked. Now combine that with what Christ said at Mark 12:17 “ And Jesus answering said unto them, Render to Caesar the things that are Caesar’s, and to God the things that are God’s. And they marveled at him.”(KJV) At the time Jesus was speaking directly about taxes. But notice he didn’t say pay your taxes, or give him his money. He said “things.” By speaking in the plural he tells us that he is answering more than the immediate, specific question. He is in fact saying much like Ezra 7 that we cannot be obedient followers of God and not be concerned about duty to our nation. We see the same idea yet again at Romans 13 :1 “Everyone must submit to governing authorities. For all authority comes from God, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by God.” (NLT) If God is the source of authority, how can we as Christians turn a blind eye to how it is being used. We as people of God must be watchful over that which he has established. This is particularly true in democratic societies such as here in the United States. So we see from these verses that we cannot totally separate our duty to God, and our duty to country. More than mere patriotism we owe an active responsibility to those God has placed in authority.

But what of the argument that we should be in this world, but not of this world based on Romans 12:2 which says “And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.” This verse does not mean we should be separate from the affairs of our nation. What it means that our involvement in affairs of state should not be our focus, but that our focus should be on God. We should not draw upon political debate for wisdom and knowledge, but on God’s word. In fact it tells us that we and our knowledge of God’s word should shape the political debate, not the other way around.

How then do we serve God, through our duty to our nation. Our most important duty is found in 1 Timothy 2:2 where it says that we should pray “For kings, and for all that are in authority; that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty.” (KJV) However God can not bless the fruits of our prayers, unless they are paired with action. As Mark 12 tells us we should pay our taxes. We should also vote, attend government meetings etc. Most importantly as Christians we are the advocates for God’s word in every sphere of society. Probably no other sphere depends so heavily on that advocacy than the governing of our nation !

Social Media’s Fastest Growing Faith-Based Social Media App

Share A Prayer App Now Available for Install as a Facebook Desktop App — Application Allows Christians to Share Prayers, Inspirational Thoughts and Greetings to friends and family via Facebook.

MIAMI, April 6, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — John Swisher and Joseph Bellissimo, co-founders of Pray Forward, Inc., are pleased to announce the launch of the newest addition to the Share A Prayer product line with the Share A Prayer Facebook Desktop App. This stand-alone app comes on the heels of the initial launch of the Share A Prayer App which is widely considered to be “the fastest growing faith-based social media app.” The new Desktop app allows Christians all over the world to share prayers, inspirational thoughts and greetings to friends and family directly from their Facebook account.
The Share A Prayer Facebook Desktop App offers multiple prayer categories, each containing a database of prayers, inspirational thoughts, bible verses and greetings to show friends and family that you are thinking about them. Categories include Lent & Easter, Thinking of You, Birthdays, Pet Sympathy, Sympathy, Get Well Soon, Birth, Wedding, Sacraments, and Congratulations with the expansion of additional prayer categories coming soon.
New and exciting features with the Facebook Desktop App include additional customization options allowing users to personalize their prayers even more. The app allows users to either upload their own Facebook photos to use as a background or select from preloaded background and color options, as well as frame, filter, placement and text options.
First launched as an iOS app, Share A Prayer is Bellissimo’s most passionate project. A practicing Catholic and active parishioner himself, he was inspired by people praying for one another on social media, and wanted to create applications that gave individuals the opportunity to share meaningful prayers and greetings with one another via their smart phones, desktops, notebooks through text, email or Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.
Available on Facebook, in the App Store and at www.shareaprayerapp.com, Share A Prayer is available for free. Andriod expansion and Spanish version coming soon.
About Share A Prayer
Share A Prayer applications allow Christians all over the world to share prayers, thoughts, and greetings through social media, text, and e-mail. Available for free on both Facebook and the App Store, both apps have 10 prayer categories available with a database of prayers.
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