Global Day of Prayer 23 May 2010 – A Celebration not to be missed

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March 1, 2010 

Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD, the people he chose for his inheritance. From heaven the LORD looks down and sees all mankind; from his dwelling place he watches all who live on earth-  he who forms the hearts of all,  who considers everything they do.Psalm 33 : 12 – 15  

Dear Friends 

As you probably know by now, 2010 sees the 10th Anniversary of the birth of God’s vision for a Day of Repentance and Prayer.  Over the last 10 years we have seen how God has miraculously called His people from all nations to “humble themselves and pray” in unity on this one day. 
On 31 May 2009 220 of the world’s nations participated on the Global Day of Prayer and it is our dream to see the same this year. 

To celebrate His Story and to continue responding to His Call, we will be returning to the Newlands Rugby Stadium in Cape Town on Sunday, 23 May 2010 to celebrate the Global Day of Prayer event,– the venue where it all started!   

Wouldn’t it be awesome if, apart from having all the nations in the world participating in GDOP, a couple from each of the nations could represent their country at the Stadium.  

·         If you are interested to know more, please contact the office at [email protected].
·         If you know of other believers from you nation who will be in South Africa during this time, please let us know 

A 2-day conference will precede The Global Day of Prayer (20 & 21 May) where leaders from various networks and ministries (Prayer, Transformation, Mission, Church and Youth) are invited to share the ‘untold stories’ of the ‘unknown heroes of faith’ as we share in His Glory.  For more information about the conference please visit www.gdop2010.com.  Early Bird Registration expires on Sunday, 28 February 2010. 

Many Blessings
The GDOP Team