Transformation Africa

"Africa invites the entire world to participate in a Global Day of Repentance and Prayer on Pentecost Sunday 4 June 2006. Following the amazing growth of the prayer initiative across Africa, the first ever Global Day of Prayer held on 15 May 2005, which saw approximately 200 million Christians in 156 nations joined together in praying for their continents and the world. (2 Chronicles 7 : 14)

It is with great excitement and anticipation that we "call" on Christians across the Globe to join together on 4 June 2006 to see all nations and tongues gather to see "His Glory". (Isaiah 66:18)

Graham Power - Chairman : Transformation Africa

TRANSFORMATION AFRICA DAY OF PRAYER 2004

God is doing such great things in this nation at present, and never before have
I felt more positive about such a time as this. Over the past few years we have
seen many wonderful testimonies as a result of the Transformation initiative.

In 2001 we had the Newlands Transformation Day of Prayer that attracted 45,000
individuals praying for the city of Cape Town. A year later we had
Transformation prayer events in eight stadiums across South Africa. Last year
(2003) 77 cities / towns in South Africa held Day of Prayer events, with another
60 stadium events in 27 other African countries.

This year the Day of Prayer for Africa will be held on 2 May 2004. Our aim is to
get all 58 countries in Africa (including the neighbouring islands) to
participate. So far 51 African countries have committed themselves to host Day
of Prayer events. It is estimated that over 10 million people will attend these
prayer rallies across Africa. In South Africa no less than 203 cities / towns
indicated that they would want to partake in this continental prayer event. This
will be accompanied by radio and satellite television broadcasts across Africa
and parts of Europe and the Middle East. The SABC have confirmed that their live
broadcast will be aired on SABC 2 and SABC Africa from 14h00 till 15h30.

GRAHAM POWER
TRANSFORMATION AFRICA : CHAIRMAN

* UPDATE - all 58 African countries have now committed themselves to
participating in the Day of Prayer.

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