Are you a praying grandparent who believes
in the power of prayer on behalf of your grandchildren?
Our grandchildren are growing up in a desperate moral and spiritual climate in which they must navigate a world hostile to truth. Satan has launched an aggressive attack on our families, schools and our nation to desensitize our children to truth and righteousness. Perhaps at no other time in our history is a call to prayer more urgently required for our grandchildren than today.
As grandparents, God has given us a sacred trust – an opportunity to imprint another generation with His love and faithfulness. Therefore, we must stand on the power of prayer to keep the hearts and minds of our grandchildren from falling captive to the enemy's deception. This is a spiritual battle and prayer is our most powerful weapon.
During the last five years, thousands of grandparents have united on National Grandparents Day, the Sunday following Labor Day each September, to make it a Day of Prayer for their families. On September 11th this year we have yet another opportunity to link arms in prayer across this nation and around the world. Will you help us in this cause?
Million Praying Grandparents (MPG) is a campaign mobilizing Christian grandparents worldwide to regularly and intentionally pray for their grandchildren, families, and the influences in their grandchildren’s lives.
We need volunteers who will take the lead to organize an event calling grandparents to join in prayer on September 11, 2016. This event could be in your church, in your home, in a retirement complex, or any meeting location you choose. It's not a complicated process, but someone needs to start the process. Can we count on you?
Christian Grandpaprenting Network (CGN) will provide you with everything you need. You will receive a step-by-step guideline manual, resources, and online tools to help you create a successful event that will engage grandparents in prayer in your church or community.
Groups of grandparents meet regularly once or twice a month for approximately an hour at designated locations for guided prayer and fellowship. These groups are called Grandparents @ Prayer (G@P).