Do you want to make a “powerful and effective” investment in the state of Hawaii? Consider participating in the annual Encourage-A-Legislator (EAL) Prayer Project sponsored by Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Hawaii. The project is designed to be simple, yet effective, as we pray for the hearts and minds of our legislators and their families.
We are very excited to be embarking on our eighth year of prayer and encouragement, and we want to invite you to join us! The EAL Prayer Project consists of sending postcards of encouragement and a commitment to pray for your assigned state legislator(s) during the 2018 Hawaii legislative session. The EAL Prayer Project is not used for lobbying purposes.
The EAL Prayer Project impacts state legislators in two ways. First and foremost, it intensifies and ensures consistent prayer for each legislator. Second, it encourages and builds bridges with the conservative legislators, as well as those who do not normally agree with CWA. As prayers are offered on behalf of the legislators, and as they receive your postcards, hearts are changed and encouraged.
CWA is prayerfully seeking faithful volunteers so that the 71 legislators, the governor, our two U.S. senators, and our two U.S. representatives will be individually prayed for during the 2018 legislative session, which begins January 17th and continues through the first week in May. We will provide the postcard. All you have to do is provide the stamps and a commitment to pray and encourage.
If you would like to participate, please e-mail CWA of Hawaii’s state office. Specify whether you would like to pray for one or two legislators, and provide your name, address, phone number, and email address.
I can’t think of anything more powerful than praying for those in authority, as they are responsible for making policy decisions that impact our daily lives. This is a great project for churches, homeschoolers, women’s groups, and more. I hope you will join us!
We are looking for your commitment today! Your packet will be mailed to you this coming January.
CWA of Hawaii