Christians across the UK whose prayers have been answered are being encouraged to tell their stories online to make hope visible during lockdown.
The Answered Prayer Challenge – an initiative of the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer – aims to flood social media with stories of hope and faith in Christ during lockdown from January 25th.
Founder Richard Gamble, the brains behind the Eternal Wall of Answered Prayer – a 51-metre high monument which will be built on the outskirts of Birmingham (England) in 2022 – hopes individuals whose faith has been lifted during lockdown will contribute.
He is encouraging selfie-style videos in landscape format to be uploaded to Facebook, Instagram and Twitter naming @eternalwalluk with the #answeredprayerchallenge tag. Contributors are then asked to nominate three friends to do the same.
Richard said: “January is a notoriously difficult month for many, and the pandemic has only highlighted the struggles individuals and communities are facing.
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SOURCE: Assist News Service, Peter Wooding