Pastor Wiley Drake, former 2nd Vice President of The Southern Baptist Convention, Asks Prayer Warriors to Pray for 'Rain' Aug. 28th on Invesco Field and the Democrats
Contact: Wiley Drake, 714-865-8132
MEDIA ADVISORY, Aug. 17 /Christian Newswire/ -- I was sadden when Focus pulled the 'Rain' Video and I am asking "The Telephonic Prayer Meeting" to daily pray, at 6:00 am Denver time to ask God to bring on the rain.
I too am still against killing babies and allowing sodomites to marry. Anyone wishing to join those of us who believe in Imprecatory prayer are invited to join "The Telephonic Prayer Meeting" daily 5:00 am to 7:00 am, call 1-712-432-1690 put in access code 399430.
We keep the prayer conference call line open every day for at least 2 hours, 5:00 to 7:00 am PT
Stuart Shepard is invited to lead us in this prayer for rain any day. Other prayer warriors are welcome not only to pray for rain but repentance in America as well.
Article Date: Aug 14, 2008
Focus On Family Pulls Controversial Obama 'Rain' Video
DENVER -- Focus on the Family Action has pulled a video from its Web site that had asked people to pray for "rain of biblical proportions" during Sen. Barack Obama's acceptance speech at Invesco Field on Aug. 28.
The political arm of Focus on the Family pulled the video Monday after a number of complaints from Focus members.
Stuart Shepard, the director of digital media for the group, wrote and starred in the video that he described as "mildly humorous."
In the video, Shepard called for Christians to pray for "abundant, torrential" rains during the Democratic nominee's acceptance speech in order to disrupt it. He had asked Christians to pray for rain that would create flash flood warnings and "swamp the intersections."
In the video, Shepard said he hoped the rain would start "two minutes before the acceptance speech begins."
"I'm still pro life, and I'm still in favor of marriage as being between one man and one woman," Shepard said in his video. "And I would like the next president who will select justices for the next Supreme Court to agree