A Special Day to be Thankful for the Achievements in the Economic and Social Structure of America


Prayer Partners,    

Each year the American people set aside the first Monday in September as our national holiday to honor each generation for their part in the labor movement. Our forefathers paid a heavy price for what we are blessed with today in our everyday life.  Each generation has earned a place in this national observance, as we reflect back through the years of our advancements in so many critical areas in the American way of life.

This Labor Day, the Christian Coalition of America, led by our President Roberta Combs, honors all workers in the past, present and those that will be blessing America in the future. The Christian Coalition of America honors anyone since the foundation of our great nation that has made it a much better place to live. Thank you!

We are very thankful for the blessings we have here in America, especially this season of the year as fall approaches.

We are very thankful to the Lord Jesus for our freedom in Him as our Savior and our freedoms we enjoy still in America.  We pray the Lord's mercy and grace continually covers our great nation and that we will return to our Godly roots, in Jesus’ name.

Please go to our website and get involved in the different issues that face America today. This is our responsibility as Christians. The elections are fast approaching us and each life and voice is critical to the outcome of the healing of this land.  The Word says "faith without works is dead".  Our website will help you get involved.

May you and your loved ones be blessed this year with joy, peace, and love. May His favor and honor be a covering over you all the days of your life, in Jesus’ name.  If you feel there is no way out, Jesus will find that way for you.  We are so grateful for you and your commitment to bring healing through your gift as an intercessor to this great nation and the world.

With deep love,

Linda Blankenship
National Prayer Coordinator
Christian Coalition of America

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