Christians in Government Prayer

In this time of shaking we are grateful for your prayers that God would move and do what only He can do!

We are also encouraging the ramping up of prayer. During this time, we will be sharing prayer points, invitations to virtual meetings, and encouragement from our members. If you want to hear more regularly from us, then please click this link to include receiving our weekly emails.

In particular we plan weekly prayer dial-in meetings from 12.45 to 1.30pm on Mondays lunchtimes (excluding bank holidays). These will include petitioning for God’s mighty arm to move in response to the current situation within government, the nation and the nations. Dial-in details are: Dial: 0333 0112 308, Room Number: 90948273 #, PIN: 7631 #

For those of you who find prayer guides useful to aid praying for those in Government, you can download our new prayer guide for April to June here

Future webinars include Wellbeing As A Lifestyle from 12.30 to 1.20pm on Tues 21st (part 1) & 28th April (part 2). This will see Robert Parry (a CIG advisory board member) leading us in considering what wellbeing really means. It will include Biblical references to show how taking care of ourselves is part of God’s love and plan for us, and tips and practical take-aways. You can sign up here

We find it very poignant, that around a month ago we all read together Psalm 46 (God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble) at our National Conference London. We encourage you to meditate on this and scriptures such as Psalm 91 and Romans 8:28 so that you keep your mind filled up with God’s surpassingly great promises!

Lastly a reminder that more details about CIG and our events can be found on the CIG website.
May God bless you abundantly,
Aidan on behalf of Christians in Government

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