69th National Prayer Breakfast
“Now more than ever we need Democrats and Republicans to come together, to be together in the Spirit of Jesus. For this prayer breakfast is a great opportunity for us to remember exactly what our lives are about. The remembrance to love our neighbors and even the more demanding love our enemies is one of the biggest challenges we have and something we need to do right now. This is a great opportunity to remind us of that and to seek inspiration to continue to find unity.”
Thursday morning, February 4, 2021 from 8:00-9:30am EST the 69th National Prayer Breakfast occurred.
At that time, Senators Chris Coons and Tim Scott along with Representatives John Moolenaar and Tom Suozzi will invite people from around the world to join together for the 69th National Prayer Breakfast.
Each year, the President of the United States, Members of Congress, and other national leaders gather to reaffirm our trust in God and recognize the reconciling power of prayer with others throughout the world. During this time, friends and leaders from more than 140 nations seek to build and strengthen personal relationships and deepen international ties through our love of God and care for each other. This year’s NPB hosts a wonderful lineup of participants who have gathered in the Spirit of Jesus of Nazareth to share their personal stories of faith and reconciliation.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the normal in-person gathering in Washington D.C. has had to move to a virtual format. It is now available for anyone to view
www.2021nationalprayerbreakfast.org for the whole month of February.
What an honor to join many people around the world for this unique gathering of leaders around the Person of Jesus.
“Father, I am so grateful for the way that You provide for us, in very difficult days we find You faithful. Help us to be reconciled. Help us to see each other as You see us and we would see people that we disagree with as people that were created by You. Help us to be ambassadors of Christ, reconciling people to You and reconciling people to each other. Give us unity through the challenges to be able to answer the hard questions that we have to face together. Thank you Jesus that we can stop at every moment, good time and bad, and hear Your voice and know your direction and see Your love and truth. Use this time God in a way that all You can. In the Name of Jesus I pray. Amen.” – Senator James Lankford