Breaking News from Micah Challenge – 10.10.10

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48 hours to go: churches in 69 nations pray and act with the poor

Micah Challenge has seen amazing commitments from Christians in 69 countries promising to unite for a huge day of prayer, promise and action, in order to help see half a billion people released from extreme poverty.
A special video message from the international director, Joel Edwards, can be viewed at www.micahchallenge.org

"Just a few days away from 10.10.10, we have been excited and overwhelmed by the number of Christians who are going to be part of the day of prayer, promise and action.  If it is true that the Church is the hope of the world, imagine what would happen if after 10.10.10 we do not go back to business as usual.  Beyond 10.10.10 Micah Challenge will promote the need for increased political stability globally by highlighting the need for good governance."

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Micah 2010 has hit media networks by storm with promotion on the Australian Christian Channel, BBC’s Song’s of Praise, Ecuador’s Enlace Christian Channel, Netherlands TV, Rhema Radio Network New Zealand, BBC R2 Sunday Morning Worship, BBC R4 Sunday Program, BBC Regions Radio, Premier Christian Radio, Charisma Magazine, The Guardian CIF Belief, and The Times as well as many stories on radio and in magazines throughout Africa and Europe.

5 signature events
HD Video recordings of 5 Global Signature Services in Australia, India, UK, Zambia & Ecuador will be displayed on www.micah2010.org
Hillsong Sydney will commence the global events with internationally celebrated singer-songwriter, Darlene Zschech, leading worship. Then up to 10,000 people in South India will attend a concert in Chennai and hear Tim Costello from World Vision Australia.
Jesus House for All Nations, London, will host the UK event, with Joel Edwards speaking. Three London MPs have been invited to attend. In Zambia, senior Government officials and MPs are expected to attend a service at the Anglican Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Lusaka, while provincial church services will also take place in five regions.
The signature event planned for Guayaquil in Ecuador, which was to be a public call for accountability regarding the MDGs, will now be muted. The State of Emergency declared last week highlights the instability of many poor nations, however, 600 churches will still participate in 10.10.10 services. Specific Micah Challenge TV programmes are still being aired on TV Channel Enlace.


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POST 10.10.10 Political Impact - 'Speaking up for the poor'
After 10.10.10 is over it will be tempting to go phew!... and reflect on how it all went, BUT... it's not over.  We have promised to impact 1000 politicians.  From October to January we will need you to help make those visits happen.  It's an exciting element of 10.10.10 and will support Christians in places where their voice is not easily heard.

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