Just Pray No! Ltd. "Weekend of Prayer"
"Worldwide Weekend of Prayer and Fasting"
Since April 7th, 1991 “Just Pray NO!” Ltd. has sought to unite Christians from around the world in intercessory prayer on behalf of the addicted and their families. The devastation of alcoholism and other drug addiction has impacted families and communities worldwide. Not only has substance abuse been directly linked to violence and sexual immorality, but is also a major source of income for organized crime and terrorist activities. The “War on Drugs” directly impacts the “War on Terrorism!”
The weekend of April 7 - 8, 2018 has been designated as the 28th Annual “Just Pray NO!” to drugs Worldwide Weekend of Prayer and Fasting. Make a formal commitment to join with believers in Christ from around the globe this coming April. Put on the full armor of God and fervently pray in spirit and in truth. We are seeking to enlist one million prayer warriors from around the world to join us in battle!
To let us know of your personal commitment and of those in your church, ministry, Bible study or care group, please send us an email: email@example.com
Concerts of prayer
Rallies and marches to promote awareness and media support
Sermons and Bible studies concerning substance abuse
Church outreach to the addicted
Support of existing substance prevention and rehabilitation programs
IF YOU NEED HELP WITH ADDICTION,
OR WOULD LIKE TO ESTABLISH AN OUTREACH
TO THE ADDICTED CONTACT:
Victorious Overcomers Support Group Substance Abuse Ministry
P.O. Box 570088
Whitestone, N.Y. 11357
1 (800) DRUG WAR [toll free]
A 7 Victory Step discipleship support group program geared towards
helping those with all addictions and compulsions.
(Victorious Overcomers' Website)
For further information on the annual weekend of prayer, addiction statistics, biblical insights into combating addiction, teachings on prayer and fasting and links to Christian ministries for the addicted go the the "Just Pray NO!" website.
(The "Just Pray NO!" Website)
The very first verse of the Book of Revelation declared to the churches of the first century that something “must soon take place.”