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5 Reasons Why You Should Attend the 2018 National Leadership Summit for The National Day of Prayer

5 Reasons NDP-blogAnyone interested in knowing more about the National Day of Prayer should come and join us on October 29-30. Anyone interested in serving or leading or participating in the National Day of Prayer, should also come and join us.

People will be coming to Northwest Arkansas from all across the nation to attend our 2018 National Leadership Summit for the National Day of Prayer. The conference begins Monday morning and concludes Tuesday afternoon. You can register here today.

Dynamic Worship, Bible Teaching and Preaching, and Visionary Testimony

Our Cross Church Singers and Band will lead in outstanding worship during the worship settings. As well, we will hear dynamic teaching and preaching by Dr. Kie Bowman of Austin,Texas, and Pastor Bill Elliff of North Little Rock, Arkansas. Dr. Bowman and fellow Austin pastor, Trey Kent, will give testimony about the dynamic, multi-denominational prayer movement that has been taking place in their city for almost ten years, leading Austin to be the most prayed for city in America. Dr. Doug Stringer, of Somebody Cares International, will challenge us as he speaks on, “Are We Fit for the Days Ahead?” I will lead us during these powerful worship services and we will unveil our theme for the 2019 National Day of Prayer. You can register today.

5 Reasons Why Should You Attend the 2018 National Leadership Summit for The National Day of Prayer

1. You will grow in your personal prayer life.

Your faith in God will be enlarged when you hear some of the stirring testimonies and messages from God’s Word about the power of prayer.

2. You can help advance the strategy of prayer.

America needs prayer now more than ever before. Regardless if you consider yourself a rookie in prayer or a seasoned veteran in prayer, you can help advance a strong prayer strategy for America.

3. You will be equipped in prayer personally and collectively.

When you join us, I promise you will leave equipped to pray more effectively in your personal life. You will also leave more confident in how to pray with your own church and other churches in your region.

4. You will learn how you can pray for America.

Unquestionably, our goal is to do all we can to involve you, your church and your denomination or network in the National Day of Prayer annually. In fact, mark the date now – Thursday, May 2, 2019 is the National Day of Prayer. IN FACT: I will unveil the theme for the 2019 National Day of Prayer during this year’s summit.

5. You will enjoy being with Christ-followers from all across America.

This is a joy! Do not miss it!

Register Today and Bring Others with You

2018 National Leadership Summit-update 7.29Northwest Arkansas is a beautiful place to visit in the fall with the changing leaves in the mountain region. There is much to do in the area, you may even enjoy staying an extra day or two. Great shopping and restaurants will surround you, and we are located less than two hours from Branson, Missouri. There are direct flights into the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA) from cities all across America. Hotel information can be found on our registration page.

The priority now is to register yourself and the team from your state. Do not wait.

Let’s make the 2018 National Leadership Summit of The National Day of Prayer the largest ever! We look forward to seeing you soon, so register today!

Now is the Time to Lead,
Ronnie Floyd

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Scriptural Prayers for All Situations | From an Article I Wrote for Prayer Connect Magazine

PCcover 32smaller (1)I’d like to share with you an article I wrote for Prayer Connect Magazine and Church Prayer Leaders Network, which are now part of the National Day of Prayer family. Prayer should be our first option, but what if you don’t know how to pray or just feel inadequate when you pray? Even those who feel comfortable talking with God can learn more about prayer. In this article, you can find five scriptural ways to pray. Let it encourage you and help you elevate your prayer life.

One Size Doesn’t Fit All
Scriptural Prayers for All Situations

Many years ago, when my wife Jeana was diagnosed with cancer, it was a wake-up call for us. At that time we had two young boys, a large and growing church, and a great life. But when cancer struck my 35-year-old wife and led to surgeries, ruthless chemotherapy treatments, and additional radiation treatments, our lives turned upside down.

This crisis did not drive us away from God but to God. It changed both of us and shaped our life together.

On the overcast morning of her initial diagnosis, I remember walking into our home, getting on our knees together, and crying out to God. I don’t remember the exact words we prayed, but they were not processed and refined. Honesty before God, with fear we had never known before, poured out of our hearts. Fears and tears eventually turned into faith and peace.

Read the rest here.