Every Thursday, The Salvation Army holds a 30-minute worldwide prayer meeting between 5 and 8am local time. Because The Salvation Army serves in so many different time zones it means that for most of Thursday the Army is at prayer.
Our prayer focus will be on the international mission priorities. You can pray in groups or individually - we encourage you to register your commitment. Get involved by following @TSA_WWPM on Twitter and contribute your own prayers using the #WWPM hashtag, via our Facebook page or by adding a comment below.
23 April 2015
Genesis 1:1 'In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.'
In connection with Earth Day (22 April), our prayers are focused on caring for the environment. The Salvation Army believes people are made in the image of God and have been entrusted with the care of the Earth and everything in it.
The Salvation Army recognises environmental degradation as one of the most pressing issues facing the world today with its effects felt disproportionately by the most vulnerable communities, particularly in terms of health, livelihood, shelter and the opportunity to make choices.
The Salvation Army is concerned about the effects of environmental damage on present and future generations. Sustainable environmental practices are required to meet today’s global needs and aspirations without compromising the lives of future generations.
As usual, we encourage you to share your own prayers via the form below or by using the #WWPM hashtag on social media.
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