Call for Prayer from the Moderator

My Dear Friends,

Your response to the coronavirus pandemic inspires me in new ways each day as I hear of how our pastors and congregations are maximizing electronic and other means that make it possible for their people to worship and be served in many other ways. With the apostle, I can honestly say, “I thank my God every time I remember you.” (Philippians 1:3). I am more convinced with each passing day that God, who has all this under His ultimate control, will turn this time into something good for Himself and for His church. Time will tell us what that will be, but I am convinced that Romans 8:28 holds true for each of us in such a time as this.

Each passing day brings news of the growing seriousness of this global viral crisis. For that reason, I write to you now asking that you join me in a season of prayer that God will quickly bring a positive end to this worldwide pandemic. As your Moderator, I am asking that we each would stop whatever we may be doing at 10 o’clock Eastern time each morning and pause in united prayer not only for an end to the pandemic but for a time of national and international revival. We are assured by God’s word that, “If my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14). Let us claim this promise now!

Being conscious that many of you deal daily with health issues that make fasting medically inadvisable, I will not ask all of you to fast with me. However, where you are able and feel so inclined, perhaps you would join me in a time of fasting for a worldwide revival.

Pastors, by means of this letter, I am asking you to call your people to join us in prayer at 10 o’clock each morning. Please also call your non-ARP pastor friends and invite them and their congregations to join us also. Let’s get God’s people praying!

As always, you will be in my prayers each day. Keep up the good work for Jesus’ sake.

Yours for building healthy churches and birthing healthy Christians,

Leslie Holmes
Philippians 1:9-11

1 thought on “Call for Prayer from the Moderator”

  1. Surely we will join you in prayer and ask our congregation to pray. Though we have time difference but we will be one in prayer.
    Rev. Noel Eric Gill.
    Margaret white memorial ARP Church Sahiwal.Pakistan.

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