Tuesday 17 November 2009

Day of Prayer about the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda

Today, Tuesday November 17th has been designated as a day of prayer about the Anti-Homosexuality Bill proposed in Uganda.

Changing Attitude is encouraging people to follow the request sent by Andrew Marin and Warren Throckmorton to take at least 30 minutes to pray for the following:

1. That this legislation be thrown out

2. For protection and peace for our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters living in this oppression in Uganda and around the world

3. That the Ugandan Church realize this legislation is not morally or Scripturally correct – as there has been disturbing news recently coming from some of my contacts in Uganda and Parliament that the Ugandan Church is starting to make official statements in favor of this bill. I will be posting those as soon as they are official.

The world will feel this impact! This is a virtual gathering, so let your prayers reign from where ever you are located around the world. I know that on the evening of November 17th I have assembled a large group gathering in Chicago that will be focusing our time in prayer for the aforementioned three requests. If you know of others in your local area, feel free to get together with them as well.

Throughout the day, post on the Wall about your prayers, thoughts and events to encourage others doing the same around the globe.

Thanks again.

Much love,

Andrew Marin
Warren Throckmorton

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