October 31, 2014
Capitol Commission Georgia will host an Election Eve Prayer Walk this Monday, 3 November 2014. Pastors and churches throughout Georgia have been contacted and even though we have no idea of the turnout we will have, there is still excitement that folks will be praying for the state and nation wherever they are. Prayer is one of the primary emphases in our ministry: to call believers to obey the command in 1 Timothy 2:1-4, and express spiritual concern for those in authority.
If you are a Georgian who loves the Lord, then I hope you can join us. Come meet us at the East Side (rear) of the Georgia State Capitol building anytime between 5:00 and 6:30 pm. For more details and an event flyer, please click the following link: Election Eve Prayer.
If you cannot make it, or live in another state, take some time Monday to pray, at a time in which America desperately needs God's help. If you need suggestions for prayer (in addition to Scriptures that relate to them), please reply to this message and I will email them to you. You can also visit our prayer site to guide your prayers: Pray1Tim2.
Once the election is finished, there will be many new faces in the General Assembly when the next session starts in January. Please begin praying now for open doors as I start to make new contacts with these legislators and their staffers.
As always, thank you for remembering Capitol Commission Georgia as you pray!
Your missionary to our Capitol community,
Capitol Commission is prepared to encourage and enable local churches to participate in reaching our capitol communities for Christ (1 Tim 2:1-4). We only need to hear from you, if you have not already contacted us. We also seek to enlist individuals, businesses, and churches to become strategic partners with us in this ministry (2 Cor 8:3-6). Our success as a ministry is based upon God blessing all facets of the ministry, which certainly includes partners in this ministry. We earnestly desire to engage those who desire to participate in the ministry by offering their time and talents (Matt 25:20). If you have not already done so, join us and experience the joy of bringing hope, light, transformation, and truth to those who constitute our capitol communities.