SECOND ANNUAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE BLACK WORLD

We’re hosting a prayer event, and we’d love to see you there. Join us for the virtual Second Annual Day of Prayer for the Black World, May 29, 2021, at 8:00 AM. ARRM is hosting this prayer meeting as part of its mission to encourage evangelism, promote the great commission and win souls for Jesus. We're going to express gratitude to God and seek divine intervention for the struggling Black race.

AGENDA

7:45 A.M. – Ministers Assemble 
8:00 A.M. – Opening: Min. Dr. Nicholas Thompson
Praise & Worship: Min. Dr. Dorothy/Sis. Dorean Miles 
Opening Prayer For World & Event: Rev. Charlene Johnson
Intercession Prayer Session – Eld. Francis/Min. Dorothy
Deliverance Of Black People – Dr. Faustina Aryee
Healing -- Sis. Marcia Carter
Protection -- Sister Dorean Miles
Reading Of Proclamation On Screen

Phase II
Welcome/Introduction -- Min. Dr. Dorothy Thompson
ARRM & Speaker's Intro. - Rev. Baker
Speaker: Dr. Joseph Rhoiney, President of Ministry One
Brief Appreciation: Rev. Charlene Johnson

Phase III
Rev. Dr. Kofi-noonoo (Leading)
Corporate Prayer Of Thanks To God By People Of Africa, Caribbean, Black America Over Covid-19 for Continued Well Being Of Black World
Summary: Rev. Dr. Kofi-noonoo

 

  • Prayer For The Salvation Of All Black People -- Rev. Ernest Baker

  • Prayer For Love Among Black People- Dr. Amoateng - Boahen

  • Prayer For Unity Among Black People-- Rev. James Sheldou of Liberia

  • Prayer For Peace & Justice For Black People -- Rev. Nana Owusu-Bempah

  • Prayer For Prosperity For Black People --Nigerian Pastor

  • Prayer For Youths, Men & Women Of The Black World  -- Rev Dr. Mary Adufah 

  • Prayer For Black America -- Rev. Douglas  Of Kenya (8-10 - Song - Prayer- Song)

  • Prayer For The Caribbean- Evangelist Noah Of Uganda 

  • Prayer For Africa -- Sis. Marcia Carter

  • Prayer For Manifestation Of Grace For Black World - Evangelist Kwamena Sam 

  • Final Corporate Prayer


Summary/Closing Prayer: Dr. Amoateng-Boahen
Appreciation And Recognition- Min. Dorothy Thompson
Benediction: Min. Nicholas Thompson