During week 6 of our 50 days of good news, we will join the global wave of prayer inspired by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York.

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Thy Kingdom Come has inspired people from many different denominations and in different parts of the world, creating the possibility that millions of individuals and communities will be setting aside time in the 10 days between Ascension (Thursday 25th May) and Pentecost (Sunday 4th June)  to pray that people will come to know Jesus Christ.

We need to join in with this!

What started as an invitation from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York...has grown into an international and ecumencial call to prayer

Here’s a response to Thy Kingdom Come on the Baptists Together website.

Here’s the original video featuring Archbishop Justin Welby.

Here’s the hub for free resources for churches, groups, individuals, and families.

And, if you’ve been showing the 50 days of good news animated challenges in your church, here’s a challenge to join in with the global wave of prayer:

50 days of good news week 6 from Ruth Whiter on Vimeo. (Use this link to easily download the video from the vimeo page)

Next week we’ll share the final animated challenge for this year – which will be about inviting the contacts we’ve made to explore faith in a small group.

#pledge2pray resources at thykingdomcome.global