Day of Prayer
Your prayers and giving are so appreciated, and they do make a difference in the lives of others! Learn more about the annual Day of Prayer held the first week of November, those who have received grants of support through your giving, ideas for how you can make an impact, and stories of those whose lives you have already impacted.
the day of prayer is a call to prayer.
Monday Nov 5 may not have worked for you. That’s OK. Pick a day, time and format that works for you and your women’s groups/ministries, download the resources and pray. Prayer changes things.
Prior to the Day of Prayer we are asking you to invite at least ten women to participate in the Day of Prayer by gathering at least ten of their female family members, friends and/or loved ones to pray using the Day of Prayer Guide. As a part of the prayer gathering we also challenge each person to donate at least $10 to the Day of Prayer fund.
TELL US WHERE YOU’LL BE PRAYING
Please click on either of the following links (Day of Prayer Location survey) or https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfM9kac74cuVkPW5MnxyOrjTnWiV2zMfRNPeXkkIhsi-fgPRQ/viewform and share information about the location of your Day of Prayer event.
BWNA will use this information to develop the virtual map of Day Of Prayer celebrations across North America.
Did you know?
. . . each year, Baptist women around the globe gather together in their local areas on (or near) the first Monday of November to pray for one another, give an offering, and engage in Bible study and reflections?
. . . your “Day of Prayer” can be a full day, a weekend, or a couple of hours?
. . . half of every dollar given in North America to the Baptist Women’s Day of Prayer offering supports BWNA and selected projects in North America?
. . . the other half of your Day of Prayer offering dollar supports the BWA Women’s Department and international projects listed in the Day of Prayer program?
. . . many of the projects supported by the Day of Prayer offering use their grants as seed money for new ministries to vulnerable and/or disadvantaged women and children?
. . . the BWA Women’s Department and BWNA depend on this one-day offering as their main source of income?