OK, let’s say you are the local prayer team coordinator at your church. You find out about a community-wide prayer service for the youth in your area. Local religious leaders are asking you and your church to join with other churches and other faiths to have an open prayer service, meaning all faiths are being invited to attend. In your enthusiasm, you take the request to your pastor and ask if he thinks it is a good idea to participate in this community prayer event. What do you think the pastor will say? More to the point, what do you think the pastor ought to say and why? Should you join with Muslims and Hindus and Jehovah’s Witnesses and Jews in order to pray for local youth?
After answering the blog, remember to pray today for Wang Weiliang, a brother in Christ who is in prison in China because of faithfulness to Jesus. (see story here).