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If there were ever a time the nation needed prayer, it’s now. That’s why the United States Reformation Prayer Network (USRPN) is offering free memberships.
Created in 2009 by Generals International, the USRPN launched its website in January. USRPN is a logistical command center for coordination, cooperation and community building among intercessors.
“The question is: Will America remain a 'shining city upon a hill' as envisioned by the founders? Or will we allow her light to flicker and die?” asks Cindy Jacobs, co-founder of USRPN. “We are determined to raise up an army of intercessors who will both pray and act. In fact, we want to mobilize 500,000 for America. Can you imagine the strength of those numbers? There is nothing we could not see changed through praying and acting."
USRPN bring its members free, credible and vetted prayer intelligence. Through USRPN.org, updated reports, bulletins, news and alerts are regularly transmitted. With hundreds of content contributors and thousands of members, USRPN is ready to keep Christians aware, alert and armed with updated information.
“As a nation, we may now stand at a pivot point in history,” says Mike Jacobs, co-founder of Generals International. “If so, then as believers providentially placed in this land, we face a critical moment of decision. Many voices around the world agree—without a significant change of direction this year, the United States may be about to enter a period of devastating and irreversible decline."
USRPN built its Internet-based communications platform to support a half-million "pray-ers" (10,000 in each U.S. state) by providing strategic information, prayer points and action items that will facilitate reforming the United States back to its biblical roots. The 50-state network connects these intercessors and serves them by providing breaking state and national information thereby facilitating coordinated, effective and targeted prayer.