Over 120,000 social media engagements regarding the Day of Prayer, signifies you shared, you prayed, and you served! Thank you!!
We are so grateful for The Family Leader of Iowa, Family Policy Alliance of North Dakota, and Family Heritage Alliance of South Dakota as well as National Day of Prayer state coordinators partnering with their governors for a four-state-united day of prayer.
We are amazed and humbled. While we need to continue to #PrayandServe, we believe “By the grace of God, our communities will emerge from this challenge stronger than ever.”
Governor Pete Ricketts issued a Statewide Day of Prayer for this Sunday, April 7th, 2019. It’s a day to unite asking for strength and steadfastness for disaster victims and recovery efforts.
Throughout our history, Nebraskans have united in prayer to God to humbly ask for His peace and guidance in times of crisis and conflict. It is only fitting that citizens pray for the well-being of those hurt by this disaster and those who are working in response to this crisis. Individuals are encouraged to pray on their own or with others according to their own faith in an expression of hope and reverence. (Read the entire proclamation below.)
Please join Governor Ricketts, First Lady Susanne Shore, Nebraska Family Alliance, and thousands of Nebraskans in spending dedicated time in prayer for our state.
For Nebraska Flood Prayer Points click here.
While prayer is important, we can also put our love in action by serving. Our NFA team has compiled a list of resources for you or your church to receive or give help.
For Disaster Relief Resources List click here.
Also, would you help us spread the word? Click here for social media tools.
STATEWIDE DAY OF PRAYER PROCLAMATION
APRIL 7th, 2019
I, Pete Ricketts, Governor of Nebraska, do hereby declare Sunday, April 7, 2019, as a Statewide Day of Prayer in Nebraska and encourage individuals to pray on their own or with others, according to their own faith, in an expression of faith and hope.Governor Pete Ricketts