Family Research Council wants us to pray
crossposted on Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters
“Praying with the Family Research Council makes about as much sense as me going to a Klan rally in search of a boyfriend.”
I received this email from the Family Research Council via its leader Tony Perkins today:
Dear Friend of FRC,
The Lord has impressed on me the need for us, as followers of Jesus Christ, to take responsibility for the broken state of our nation and go to God. But we must go to Him on His terms, in humility, prayer, and repentance as outlined in 2 Chronicles 7:14. Then and only then can we claim the promise of God's forgiveness, healing and the renewal of our lives and our land.
Visit www.Call2Fall.com and click “I'm in” to participate in this nationwide effort.
The day after we celebrate our “Independence,” we need to re-declare our “Dependence” upon God in humble and repentant prayer. At minimum, we hope that you will spend at least a few minutes literally on your knees in prayer during worship services on Sunday, July 5th.
Can you help us spread the word about Call2Fall?
Please take a couple of minutes and send an email to your family and at least five of your friends. Just copy and paste the link below into your email and encouraging them to visit this link:
There they can view a video, visit the website, and join this movement. Ask your church leaders to sign-up your church to become a host for Call2Fall.
Visit www.Call2Fall.com and click on “I'm in” and encourage five friends to do the same.
Can you imagine what God would do if millions of Christians all across our land would actually do this and mean it?
Bear in mind that the Family Resarch Council is the same organization that:
– admits that it relies on “outdated” work to demonize the lgbt community:
– and recently took part in a huge attempt to destroy GLSEN's Kevin Jennings via a campaign of innuendoes and outright lies:
And that's just the stuff that I'm not too tired to mention. From its inception, the Family Research Council has set the bar high when it comes to breaking the commandment on bear false witness.
Yet this is the same group that is encouraging us all to pray with it? Praying with the Family Research Council makes about as much sense as me going to a Klan rally in search of a boyfriend.
Don't get me wrong. I believe in the power of prayer because it's how I was able to reconcile myself with my sexual orientation.
But if I am going to pray, it won't be with the Family Research Council.
I'm too pretty to be struck by lightning.