Greg talked to John Stonestreet on yesterday’s podcast about the 21 Days of Prayer for Life booklet he co-authored with Scott Klusendorf, so I wanted to make it easy for everyone to find. It’s not just a prayer guide; it’s also a teaching tool. Here’s an explanation of its purpose from the introduction:
By inviting you to pray with us for these 21 days, we are not asking you to pick fights with friends and family over a surgical procedure. We are asking you to join the most significant human-rights cause of our day, and to equip yourself to engage the culture on a fundamental question it’s already asking—What makes us equal?
This prayer guide has two objectives.
Help Christians pray with understanding by focusing on key aspects of the abortion debate…. Each day, three specific prayer points will address [abortion-related] concerns.
Equip Christians to engage others in true and loving conversation. Friends and family need to know the pro-life view is true and reasonable and worth believing. At the same time, post-abortion men and women desperately need equipped Christians to communicate the supernatural healing found only in the Christian gospel….
The idea of “engaging” others may sound scary, but it shouldn’t. Heart and mind change is not our responsibility. It’s God’s! We shouldn’t worry about converting people to prolife. But we can give them something to think about, however imperfectly we may communicate it. God will do the rest.
Will you join us as we entreat heaven to bring a miracle to individuals and our culture? We need one. Lives hang in the balance.
Download the booklet for free, and with your church, with your small group, with your family, or on your own, I hope you’ll commit to 21 days of prayer.