Thursday, June 9, 2011

Need Prayer?

24 hours a day
7 days a week
Always toll-free

The FaithPrayers Prayer Line is a grass-roots prayer ministry, staffed by volunteers from numerous Bible-believing churches. Their mission is to provide a worldwide toll free prayer line where anyone can call for prayer to help meet life’s challenges. They are committed to praying for as many people on this planet as they possibly can. Their prayer cards with the prayer line number are in restaurants, gas stations, nursing homes, truck stops and numerous other places to make it as simple as possible for individuals to turn to God in prayer. They don't want even the price of a phone call to stand in the way, so currently all calls to us from the U.S. and Canada are free. All requests to the FaithPrayers line are treated with utmost respect and confidentiality; and prayer line volunteers who answer the prayer line are committed to compassion and a loving and understanding attitude.

Mary Ann Offenstein, from FaithPrayers says, "Our world is in many ways in disarray. It is our heartfelt prayer and desire that we can be a blessing in the midst of so much turmoil.... we believe that God is powerful and that He hears and does answer prayer. We receive calls from believers and non-believers and it is our privilege to pray for everyone and lift them up to Jesus. We receive calls from homemakers, ministers, truck drivers, college students, unemployed, homeless, wealthy, doctors, married and unmarried, young and old. It has been our privilege to receive cell phone calls and email from around the world."

If you need someone to pray with, and we all do on various days, FaithPrayers are just a phone call away and would love to hear from you. 


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