30th Annual “Just Pray NO!”

The weekend of April 18 – 19, 2020 has been designated as the 30th Annual “Just Pray NO!” to drugs Worldwide Weekend of Prayer and Fasting for the addicted and their families.

Since April 7th, 1991 “Just Pray NO!” has united Christians around the world in intercessory prayer on behalf of those bound by alcoholism, drug addiction and other life controlling compulsions.

Addiction in America is an ever increasing national crisis! Millions of Americans have addictions. “According to data from the DEA, from 2006 through 2014, a total of 100 billion doses of oxycodone and hydrocodone were shipped to pharmacies across the country, and from there into households.” This has resulted in “770,000” opioid deaths, which has killed more Americans than all American wars combined.

The rising overdose numbers make the drug epidemic more deadly than gun violence, car crashes or HIV/AIDS! Not only is substance abuse America’s number one health problem, the devastation of alcoholism and other drug addiction has impacted families and communities worldwide. Substance abuse has been directly linked to violence and sexual immorality and is a major source of income for organized crime and terrorist activities.

Make a formal commitment to join with believers in Christ from around the globe this coming April. Put on the full armor of God and fervently pray in spirit and in truth. We are seeking to enlist millions of prayer warriors from around the world to join us in battle!

If you believe that God is calling you to intercede for the addicted please contact us. To find help for addiction through prayer and Christian ministries log on to our web site: http://justprayno.org. To learn how groups can participate in our annual prayer event, click on: “Information on the Annual Worldwide Weekend of Prayer” or email: [email protected]

For a personal interview with “Just Pray NO!” Founder and Author Steven L. Sherman, in the U.S.A. call: 727-647-6467 or email: [email protected]

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