Prayer channel launching to promote unity, righteousness ahead of 2024 election

An exciting new prayer channel called “SA Belongs to Jesus” is being launched on Telegram with an eye on next year’s general election.

An initiative of South African prayer leaders, SA Belongs to Jesus will launch on September 1 with a prayer spoken by Janet Brann Hollis of SA Back to God.

The goal of the platform is to post prayers by hundreds of Christians for unity of the Church, for godly and capable government, for the upcoming election, for revival, and for a blessed and righteous nation.

You can register to join the group now – just search for SA Belongs to Jesus on Telegram and sign up.

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Advocate Richard Crompton, senior pastor of Word of Faith Christian Church in Gqeberha, which is administering the group, says they have agreed to the following guidelines: It will be apolitical; there will be no criticism of the government; no criticism of a specific political party; no self-promotion; only multi-network, city or national prayer events will be advertised; and prophetic words from recognised prophets all over South Africa will be shared.

See guidelines below for submitting a prayer to the channel:

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