Humble’s local Christian radio station, KSBJ, is inviting you to partake in a nationwide day of prayer on March 26—March 27. In doing so, you will be joining millions of people as communities nationwide struggle to deal with the effects of the global coronavirus outbreak.
“You’re invited to cover a Day of Hope – 24 hours of prayer for those affected by COVID-19. We have invited radio stations and churches to join us. More than 700 radio stations in all 50 states, plus Canada, are taking part. Tens of millions of listeners praying around the clock, with a specific prayer focus each hour,” said Suzanne Honeycutt, director of community relations for KSBJ.
KSBJ issued a press release that reads, “History is unfolding before our eyes. A new coronavirus disease is spreading rapidly around the world and has been officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. Hundreds of thousands of people have been infected and the death toll is climbing each day. In Houston, the numbers of those infected also continues to rise. Our city is starting to shut down activities and listeners are losing wages as businesses close to help avoid the spread of COVID-19. The outbreak of this disease is something the world has never experienced before and it’s left many feeling fearful of the future for their jobs, community and loved ones.
As Christians, we are called to turn to God in times of fear and uncertainty just as we do in times of joy and celebration. KSBJ invites you to join us for a Day Of Hope on Thursday, March 26th. Together, for 24 hours, we will pray for God’s heart of love, mercy and truth to dwell in us and show us how to face the challenges posed by the new coronavirus. Each hour, we will focus our prayer on a different aspect of this disease. Pastors, influencers and listeners will call in and lead us in corporate prayer, as well. Together, we will stand strong in faith, unite in prayer and remain grateful that we serve a God who listens. You can find a list of hourly prayer points to use here.
He has delivered us from such a deadly peril, and He will deliver us again. On Him we have set our hope that He will continue to deliver us, as you help us by your prayers. (2 Corinthians 1:10-11)
Will you join us in prayer over the many aspects affecting our communities, nation and world?”
The day of prayer is taking place today, March 26, through Friday, March 27. Please visit the link above or contact Honeycutt at 832-567-0801 for any questions that you may have.