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About the 40 Days of Prayer for PSU

Nov 25, 2011 4:43:17 AM / by Chris Heinz


As the events unfolded at Penn State starting in November 2011, we believed God was saying important things.

The best hope for change is to agree with God by saying what He’s saying. The lion has fallen, and we are in free fall. But if we heed God’s words, a New Lion will arise in Lion Country.

With this goal, we created an email series called, “40 Days of Prayer for PSU.” It began as 30 days, but as it started, we felt like it deserved 40 days.

We prayed for the brokenhearted and the accused. We prayed for humility and self-reflection. We prayed for things to change.

For 40 days, subscribers received a daily email with a different prayer point, scripture, and short devotional.

The emails were based on, “The Lion Has Fallen: Four Things I Believe God Is Saying To Lion Country” and its prayer guide, “A New Lion Rising.” If you would like to pray the Bible verse in each email, here are some pointers on how to do that.

There are three supernatural results of saying what God is saying. The 40 Days of Prayer for PSU are part of a bigger story of what God is doing.

We partnered with Beyond the Silence, which is dedicated to telling the stories of the sexually abused and helping those in need.

News Articles:
Breaking Christian News
The Christian Post
Centre Daily Times

Press Releases:
Universities Join Penn State in Email Prayer Series
CS Heinz Launches 30 Days of Prayer for Penn State at PrayPSU.org

YES FM (Toldeo, OH & Detroit, MI), Dec. 16

KCBI (Dallas-Forth Worth, TX), Dec. 3

KFIA (Sacramento, CA), Nov. 22

WTLR (State College, PA), Nov. 9

It was also a Facebook event.

Thank you for praying for Penn State. May the New Lion arise in Lion Country!

Chris Heinz

Written by Chris Heinz

Chris Heinz inspires personal growth to help people love life and work. He's the Chief People Officer for EnergyCAP, Inc., and a top-rated Learning Partner for Penn State. Chris writes and speaks on employee engagement, self-awareness, strengths, and coaching. Chris holds coaching certifications from Gallup and the International Coach Federation. Chris' writing has been featured as "Best of the Week" by "Human Resources Today." He’s also the author of the “Made To Pray” book and prayer assessment, which helps people find their prayer strengths. Chris lives with his wife and three children in central PA. He blogs from www.ChrisHeinz.com.