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National Foster Care Prayer Vigil

by Dan Cruver Published Apr 27, 2009


May 17-24 is National Foster Care Prayer Vigil week. FamilyLife’s Hope for Orphans, Focus on the Family, and Shaohannah’s Hope have partnered together to encourage Christians to make prayer for children in foster care a priority during the week of May 17th. The National Foster Care Prayer Vigil website is up and running. It contains everything you will need to organize a vigil in your community. There is also an interactive map that shows what vigils have already been registered (click on map above).

These prayer vigils do not need to be formal gatherings, though they can be. They simply need to be a time and place where Christians can come together to pray for our nation’s most vulnerable children, and the adults who work with and love them. Anyone can do one of these prayer vigils, and they can happen anywhere. They have even suggested possible venues on the website.

If you are interested in having a prayer vigil, please register your vigil as soon as possible. Many children in foster care feel that they don’t have a prayer . . . let’s change that. If you have any questions, let me know in the comment section.

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