We were just talking in our office about a recent article: Global Day of Prayer (GDOP) London calls for 50,000 twitter followers to tweet the Lord’s Prayer. London started a Twitter campaign fifty days ahead of the Global Day of Prayer “to encourage more Christians to pray for the United Kingdom.” Twitter.com/GDOPLondon
One way you can be involved and include others in the Global Day of Prayer is go to online to read the daily prayers for June 2-12. After you read a prayer and pray, just click the Facebook or Twitter icon at the bottom to share it with your friends.
The sharing icons at the bottom of the pages look like this:
If you think you might forget to go to the website every day, you can have the prayers sent to you. All you need to do is subscribe to the GDOP USA blog by E-mail or RSS feed. You will get an e-mail daily (or see it in your RSS reader) after the new post is available. And again, just click the Facebook or Twitter icon at the end of the prayer to share it with your friends. You can even leave your own comments or prayers on the blog for others to see!
To subscribe to the blog and have the prayers sent to you, click this image:
The Global Day of Prayer calls Christians from all nations to unite in repentance and prayer, and to collaborate as God’s instruments for the blessing and healing of the nations.