Interview with Christianity Today About the 2018 National Day of Prayer

I spoke with Ed Stetzer at Christianity Today about the National Day of Prayer, and I’m honored to share it with you.

One-on-One with Ronnie Floyd on the National Day of Prayer, May 3

Last year, an estimated two million Americans observed the National Day of Prayer in over 30,000 events across all 50 states. | ED STETZER

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Ed: If we are honest, many Evangelicals today are feeling rather disheartened about the state of our country. What’s your take on the current spiritual state of America?

Ronnie: There’s no denying our country is in deep trouble. In fact, we are living through what may turn out to be one of the most crucial moments of our generation. How we handle our gun violence problem, the migration crisis, the unresolved racial tensions in our society, and the epidemic of sexual harassment, among the other ongoing major issues like preserving the sanctity and dignity of human life as well as the challenges to our religious liberty, will have repercussions for generations to come.

Yet I believe the greatest threat America is facing is none of the issues above. It’s disunity. There is a real and powerful spirit of division reigning in America today, and it’s tearing us from the inside.

This is especially true in the church. I’ve seen it happen over and over again throughout my life: as the church goes, so goes America.

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This Week at Cross Church | Schedule Changes and Busy Summer Ahead

Thank you for praying for us this week, Cross Church. We had a powerful week in Washington, DC, with pastors from across the nation. I am excited to be back in the pulpit this Sunday to continue our series I Want to Change on the book of Romans. Do not miss the continuation of this exciting series.

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Schedule Changes This Week

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Do not forget about our schedule changes this week on the Springdale, Pinnacle Hills, and Neosho Campuses. Our new service times are:

  • Springdale
    • 8:30 a.m. Small Group
    • 9:30 a.m. Worship Service & Small Group
    • 10:45 a.m. Chapel Worship Service, Espanol Worship Service, & Small Group
  • Pinnacle Hills
    • 9:00 a.m. Worship Service & Small Group
    • 10:30 a.m. Worship Service & Small Group
  • Neosho
    • 9:15 a.m. Worship Service
    • 10:45 a.m. Worship Service

Widows’ Banquet

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Our annual Widows’ Banquet is coming up on Sunday, April 22. Join us at 12:30 p.m. on the Springdale Campus as we honor and celebrate the widows of our church. If you would like to escort a widow to the banquet, register here. Childcare is available upon registration.

If you are one of our widows, you should receive a phone call inviting you to attend. Please RSVP with the representative from your campus. We are looking forward to hosting and honoring you on April 22.

National Day of Prayer

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We are just a few weeks away from the National Day of Prayer on May 3. We are praying for thousands of gatherings and that Americans would gather in unified public prayer for our nation on this day. Please pray with us for each individual gathering from Maine to Hawaii, including the nationally broadcast National Gathering from Statuary Hall at the Capitol Building in Washington, DC, that evening at 7:30 p.m. EDT on Daystar or by live stream at Pray with us as we continue to prepare for this pivotal day in our nation.

Summer Events

The summer will soon be upon us. It is important to continue to engage with your church family during the summer in worship services, small groups, and summer events. Use this list to pray for our church as we reach Northwest Arkansas, America, and the world for Jesus Christ throughout the summer, and find a place to engage with us.

See You Sunday,

Ronnie W. Floyd