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January 13, 2005
U.S. President Bush Asks Nation To Pray - W's Week 2 2005 Prayer Requests
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On January 13, 2005, President George W. Bush asked Americans to pray for the safety of those attending next week's U.S. inauguration, for the end-of-the-month election in Iraq, for the victims of the tsunami and those involved in the $4B relief effort, for the victims of the mudslides in Southern California, for the life of Martin Luther King and ongoing civil rights concerns in the U.S., for those leaders involved in Social Security reform, for Michael Chertoff, America's new Homeland Security Director, for all other cabinet appointees and leaders of the United States and around the world.

More specifically, here is what is top of mind on Week 2, 2005.

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September 30, 2004
President Bush Asks America To Pray for The Debate with Kerry
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President Bush asks for your prayers.

Whether you are a Democrat or a Republican, you have the power to positively impact the very heated battle between President Bush and Senator John Kerry.

No matter who is leading the United States of America, divine intervention is needed and welcomed in the White House.

Over 2.8 million Americans have signed up as a member of The Presidential Prayer Team.

Today, on The Presidential Prayer Team site, the following list of requests were made:

Pray for the success of the presidential debates, beginning tonight. Pray for the candidates to express their views clearly and succinctly, and for Americans to be well informed and vote wisely.

As President Bush has requested an additional $7.1 billion to help AL, FL, GA, LA, MS, NC, OH, PA, WV, and other areas, pray for those recovering from the devastation of this fourth hurricane. Pray for all efforts to help.

Pray for newly confirmed CIA Director, Porter Goss, that God's wisdom will lead him as he begins work and responds to the ideas of the 9-11 Commission.

As Taliban activity increases in Afghanistan, pray for the 17,000 American troops and 9,500 NATO peacekeepers in that country. Pray that their presence will offset efforts to disrupt October 9 elections. Continue to pray for all our troops as they stand guard around the world preserving our freedom. Give thanks to God for their faithful service.

Pray for the President, his advisors, members of the media and others as they continue to travel the country. Pray for protection, wisdom and discipline.

Give thanks for the ongoing recovery of former President Bill Clinton from his heart bypass surgery on 9/6.

With just a few days remaining until the PPT's Pray the Vote Virtual Prayer Rally, pray that every person who signed up will be faithful in their commitment to pray and that God will be honored by this effort.

To learn how you can support the president on a daily basis through prayer, go to: PresidentialPrayerTeam.org

Here's to healthy, adventuresome, soulful, and prayerful living -- no matter who you vote for on Tuesday, November 2nd!

Whatever you do, get out and vote!!!

~ Jennifer King


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July 6, 2004
Another Kind of Java Inspiration

A Prambanan Hindu Temple Photo Credit: Reuters' Dwi Oblo Many of us get inspired to start the day, once we've had our morning java. However, there is another Java in the world which offers a different inspiration. This Java is in Indonesia. Located not far from the ancient royal capital of Yogyakarta are famous Hindu temples. The area is popular with foreign and local tourists. The Prambanan temples were built between the 8th and 10th Century AD and are... more

April 9, 2004
"The Passion of The Christ:" An Invitation to Celebrate Easter This Year in A Movie Theatre

I never thought I'd recommend celebrating Easter in any place other than a church or on top of a hill. However, this Easter, I recommend you consider going to a movie theatre, in addition to a traditional Easter service. The movie to see is Mel Gibson's The Passion of The Christ. The response to this historic film has far exceeded the expectations of producer/director Mel Gibson and Icon Productions. They are grateful for the individual and group efforts that... more

February 26, 2004
'Experiencing the Passion of Jesus' A Study Guide to Gibson's 'Passion'

Best-selling author and award-winning journalist, Lee Strobel has written three books that address the subject of Mel Gibson's new movie The Passion of the Christ. "The Case for Christ," "The Case for Faith," and now "Experiencing the Passion of Jesus" answer tough questions such as "Is Mel Gibson's 'The Passion of the Christ' unnecessarily brutal?" or "Who really killed Jesus?" or "What crime did Jesus commit?" The former legal editor of The Chicago Tribune co-authored his most recent book... more

February 5, 2004
Some Christians See 'Passion' as Evangelism Tool

New York Times: For years it was an article of faith for many Christians that the most powerful vehicle for bringing nonbelievers to Jesus was a Billy Graham crusade. Now, they expect it will be a Mel Gibson movie. Three weeks before the release of "The Passion of the Christ," a graphic portrayal of the torture and crucifixion of Jesus, Christians nationwide are busy preparing to use it in an immense grass-roots evangelistic campaign. Mr. Gibson, who produced, directed and... more

January 21, 2004
Powerful Prayer by Rev. Wright at Kansas Senate

The following prayer was given in Kansas at the opening session of their Senate. It seems prayer still upsets some people. When Minister Joe Wright was asked to open the new session of the Kansas Senate, everyone was expecting the usual generalities, but this is what they heard: Heavenly Father, we come before you today to ask Your forgiveness and to seek Your direction and guidance. We know Your Word says, "Woe to those who call evil good," but... more

December 12, 2003
Religion Brings Greater Happiness

WebMD: Pursuit of Happiness Means Less Stuff, More Purpose Dec. 11, 2003 -- We want just one thing for Christmas: more stuff. Give us a digital camera, a Burberry coat, and a Prada bag -- please. But wait: If pursuit of happiness is really your goal, forget all that. Only spirituality and a sense of purpose bring bliss, says one British researcher. "It's a timely message, since we do get swamped by our materialistic culture at Christmas," lead researcher Stephen... more

September 29, 2003
The Dalai Lama Photographer: San Francisco's Alison Wright

Boston Globe: When the Dalai Lama was in Boston this month, he was thronged by thousands of devotees. If you looked closely, you could see a petite blond woman in the background -- or foreground, depending on her camera angle. Alison Wright was along as the official photographer on the Tibetan spiritual leader's Boston and New York trip. "He's wonderful to shoot, and for me to see him again, I really see how open my heart can become," she... more





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