An enormous thank you & God bless to all who joined in prayer on September 1, 2012. And, special thanks to all of you who shared your prayers with us and everyone on our millionprayers.org guest book page.
The fabulous response reveals how blessed this event is in reaching and uniting everyone who believes in the power of prayers and Gods love for all of us.
We are exited to invite everyone to please commit any random act of kindness for someone as well on this day. Forgive someone, thank God for all of your blessings in your life, thank a soldier, your parents or teacher, check on a neighbor, donate some spare change. Imagine the power of kindness happening around the world in this brief moment in time.
There is a true need to continue this outreach often. Therefore, Million Prayers becomes a monthly event to bring everyone together to share cares and concerns with like-minded people of all religions, creeds, nationalities and races at 3pm EST in the comfort and satisfaction of knowing that others will be praying collectively in that brief moment in time as well as commiting random acts of kindness as well. Giving all of us the blessed opportunity and the comfort of knowing that we can continue praying in great numbers. Together we are all the love in this world.
Thank you all again.
Everyone at Millionprayers.org
“A Million Prayers”
A “millionprayers.org” is the product of the tremendous response to our theme song
“I’ll Be There”. This song was initially inspired by the events of Chardon High School on February 27, 2012. A song of healing, it is filled with heartfelt words of faith, hope, courage and God’s enduring love for all of us. This song is dedicated to those families.
As this song has begun to circulate, It has begun to take on deeper, personal meaning to more and more who hear it. It’s a poignant reminder of how caring people can offer comfort and support for each other.
A week after the final recording was completed; “I’ll Be There” took on another even further meaning. When vocalist Siena’s father, suffered a near fatal accident causing traumatic brain injury. Siena’s mother, Stefani Schaefer, (Cleveland Fox news anchor), asked for prayers. Thousands united around her in prayer for Roger. Through the power of those prayers and God’s love and grace, miracles began. Roger began showing signs of recovery.
The result was yet, another inspiration. The more people heard the song, “I’ll Be There,” the greater it became an ‘anthem’ for those facing difficult times.
Everyone knows someone, somewhere, going through deep personal trial, anguish and perhaps even tragedy.
Stefani’s inspiration and brave efforts, coupled with the out-pouring for her family and those touched by the Chardon tragedy have magnified how the power of a prayer brings hope and comfort for someone in their time of need. It is a beautiful gift that we can all effortlessly give and share with each other. We are all the love in this world.
Let’s pray together and build on the power of prayer.
Wednesday, August 1st, 2012 is being designated a day of 1 million prayers for you,
for all of us, for everyone, for any reason.
It is often said that your life can change in the blink of an eye, and on that day, in that moment in time, we can all join together and pray for each other. Any prayer any reason, for anyone in person or in spirit.
“I’ll Be There” has already touched so many lives. Promise to join us and be part of the million strong prayers on August 1st. Please feel free to download and share our song to help others in changing peoples’ lives through the power of prayer and God’s enduring love for all of us. Please feel free to visit our guestbook page and share your prayers, thoughts and comments. Lend us your voice, we encourage you to record and share with everyone your version of “I’ll Be There”.
The power of 1 million prayers. December 1, 2012.
3:00PM EST, 2:00PM CST, 1:00PM MST, 12:00PM PST.
Click on the Free Download button above to get your 3 versions of “I’ll Be There”
1) Frank Camp 2) Siena 3) Record your own version to the music