Posted: January 2020
An inspirational new Prayer and Action Guide has been produced by CNI (Christian Nightlife Initiatives) and several of its local projects and partner organisations, including here in Aylesbury.
The Guide is based on the work of local Street Angels, Club Angels and Festival Angels who see how prayer and action can and does change communities and people. The 30 day Guide was produced to help people pray for 'God's Kingdom to come, God's will to be done' and provide some tools and ideas to help people become part of making that prayer a reality.
Founder and CEO of CNI Network, Paul Blakey MBE, says, "The 30days Prayer and Action Guide is written with insight from those who are part of amazing volunteer teams and partner organisations, making a difference within communities across the UK and around the world. Those who have contributed have seen first-hand how prayer and action brings about change from reduction in violent crime to offering life-saving help and support. At CNI Network we believe that our faith needs to be lived out, and the amazing message that God loves people and is for people made known by what we say and what we do. We hope that many will take time over 30 days to reflect and pray on the thoughts and Bible verses and then commit to the suggested action."
For a copy of the guide, click here.
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