Together on the National Mall – 7.16.16

Kelly Together 2016

“Together 2016 is a chance to link arms, to lift a unified sound, and ask Jesus to reset our generation. He’s done it before. He can do it again.”

Desperate times call for desperate measures.

One glance at the current spiritual trajectory of our American culture reveals that we are indeed in desperate times. And so, we are calling out to each and every believer to join us in taking a “desperate measure.”

What kind of desperate measure?

The same one we see God’s people take over and over throughout Scripture as they find themselves at a point of utter desperation. Once they recognized their own inability to fix their situation, what was their solution?

They lifted their voices together to cry out to God in prayer.

And every time they did so, God heard and acted.

“…and the people…cried out for help. Their cry for rescue…came up to God…Then the Lord said, ‘I…have heard their cry…and I have come down to deliver.’” (Ex 2:23, 3:7)

“…the people of Israel cried out to the Lord, and the Lord raised up for them a deliverer…” (Judges 3:9, 15; 4:3; 6:7; 10:10)

“When my people…humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear…and will forgive…and heal…” (2 Chron. 7:14)

7.16.16

Won’t you join us and one million other believers on the National Mall, crying out together in fervent prayer and worship, asking Jesus to “reset our lives, our nation, and our generation”?

We, at American Christian Tours, are organizing a three-day open tour to Washington, D.C. for all individuals, families or small groups who would like to join the Together 2016 Gathering as well as visit a few D.C. sites along the way!

Make your reservation today!

Sites Included: Arlington National Cemetery, Iwo Jima Memorial, Korean Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, National Archives, Smithsonian Museums, Together 2016 Gathering (full day), Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington Monument, White House Photo Stop, World War II Memorial.

“It’s time to come together around Jesus in a counter-cultural moment of unity and love for each other.”


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