Great news…your Prayers That Avail Much to Overcome Fear ebook is on its way! Would you help us reach more people by sowing seed?
We know that this prayer guide will bless you, your family, and impact your prayer life in huge ways.
Prayers That Avail Much is able to offer insightful resources like this for free because of the generous contributions from friends of our ministry who believe in our mission.
Because of friends of this ministry, not only are millions of people being taught to pray and being comforted in trying times like these, but we are also helping reach people who are struggling with depression and contemplating suicide.
We invite you to join these generous friends by making a gift of any amount toward this life-transforming work. Your donation will help us reach more people and get more materials into the hands of people who need them most.
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Your gift will help us reach those struggling with depression and thoughts of suicide all across the globe.
Even before the increased fear, anxiety, and depression brought on by the Coronavirus the CDC had already released a report stating that suicide rates have sharply increased by nearly 25% over the last two decades. Now with the pandemic things have only gotten worse. Suicide now claims more lives than automobile accidents each year, but we believe with your help we can make a difference.
We have set up a system to reach people online who show tendencies towards depression and suicide. We connect them to certified counselors while also sending them an online course about the unquenchable hope found through Jesus Christ, and a free mini-book titled “You are not alone”.
Please prayerfully consider partnering with us to save a life!
- $10 will help reach 5 people contemplating suicide per month
- $20 will help reach 10 people contemplating suicide per month
- $50 will help reach 25 people contemplating suicide per month
- $100 will help reach 50 people contemplating suicide per month