A Time to Stand!
“An urgent call to prayer and prophetic witness”
August 13-14, 2010, Washington, DC
Protesting Planned Parenthood’s Fence
On June 8, Rev. Patrick Mahoney was arrested for praying and reading the Bible on the public sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood in Washington, D.C. This is a picture of him moments before his was arrested.

Sadly, this marks the first time in history that prayer has been banned and prohibited on the public sidewalk in our nation’s capital and it shows that our government is now more interested in protecting abortion and Planned Parenthood than the First Amendment!
How should the church respond?
Throughout history, the People of God have always publicly stood against tyranny and oppression. As a result, God has moved in a powerful and miraculous way. Here are some examples:

* Joshua when he marched around the wall of Jericho. (Joshua 6)
* Gideon when he defeats the Midianites. (Judges 6-8)
* David defeats Goliath. (1 Samuel 17)
* The Apostles preach the gospel. (Acts 5)

In response to this desperate situation, we are inviting the Body of Christ to come to Washington, D.C. on August 13-14 for “A Time to Stand.” Please join us for public worship, prayer and prophetic engagement as this generation makes history on the streets of Washington, D.C.
There will also be powerful evening rallies with 30 straight hours of intercessory prayer and worship.
If the government can ban and prohibit prayer on the public sidewalk in front of Planned Parenthood today, where will the “No Trespassing Sign” be tomorrow? Where will prayer and public worship be banned in the future if Christians do not stand today?
It is important for the Church to send a clear message:

“You will not mock our God!
You will not silence our message!
You will stop killing this generation!”

For more information go to: ATimeToStand.org
Contact: 540.538.4741 or
Email: revmahoney@aol.com
Please spread the word and forward this to friends!

Background on the history of the illegal fence

Watch the video of Rev. Mahoney’s arrest