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Sep 14 2013

Liberty Counsel Forms Prayer Network

On the anniversary of 9/11, Liberty Counsel, Jerry Falwell’s Christian right legal group headed by one of the worst lawyers in the country, announced that it was merging with another organization to form a new prayer network. One assumes that this prayer network will be way more effective than all the other prayer networks in the world, none of which do a damn thing.

Today, on September 11, Liberty Counsel is pleased to announce the launch of the Liberty Prayer Network. The intercessory prayer ministry Resources Unlimited International has officially merged with Liberty Counsel. This merger resulted in bringing to life the Liberty Prayer Network, founded and facilitated by Maureen Bravo, Liberty Prayer Network’s International Director.

The Liberty Prayer Network will serve as the prayer ministry for Liberty Counsel, interceding for the United States and those championing the principles of life, liberty, and the family. It is enlisting “praying patriots” from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia to take a firm stand in their home states, lifting high the torch of liberty and calling others to worship God and to pray for His blessing over their states and the nation.

Because if there’s one thing we don’t have, it’s people praying for God’s blessing on the country. What, millions and millions of people isn’t enough to do anything? Is God ignoring all the current prayers being made? Does he not listen until it reaches a certain number? What is the magic number? The Bible says two or more, but that’s obviously false.

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  1. 1
    Chiroptera

    I think they’d be less cranky if they formed an afternoon nap network.

  2. 2
    bobcarroll

    This network is different! It involves praying to help lawyers! God knows they need as much help as they can get.

  3. 3
    raven

    It is enlisting “praying patriots” from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia to take a firm stand in their home states,…

    That should be paying patriots.

    Pretending to talk to an imaginary Sky Fairy costs a lot of money. Huge amounts of money.

    So any fundies reading this should send all your money to the Hutts Liberty Counsel.

  4. 4
    Chiroptera

    … the principles of life, liberty, and the family.

    Life, liberty, and the family? That’s the tip-off, isn’t it? “Life” really means “fetuses”, and “liberty” means the freedom to bully gays.

  5. 5
    Randomfactor

    They’re obviously going for a Minyan-man march.

  6. 6
    Al Dente

    Randomfactor @5

    I doubt the Liberty Prayer Network people would understand your reference. They don’t do Judaism.

  7. 7
    Lonely Panda, e.s.l.

    So with this merger to Resources Unlimited International in place, Liberty Counsel will stop accepting donations, right? Or will the resources become limited again because they only kept the Liberty branding?

  8. 8
    Pierce R. Butler

    … each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia …

    You damn colonials territorials from Puerto Rico, the VIrgin Islands, Guam, etc, can go blow.

  9. 9
    caseloweraz

    Apparently Resources Unlimited International (ruii-dot-org) operated in Florida and the Caribbean, with Maureen Bravo and a small staff.

    “In January 2007 God sent Maureen with a team of intercessors to pray for Barbados.”

    Because praying at home doesn’t garner enough publicity isn’t as effective.

    “She serves the Lord joyfully while discipling new believers, mentoring emerging leaders, and training, equipping and preparing those who want to serve together in the Body of Christ.”

    Funny: I couldn’t find “disciple” defined as a verb.

  10. 10
    Modusoperandi

    Tough group. I served with the 107th Prayin’ Patriots, back in ‘Nam. The NVA didn’t know what hit ‘em. Mostly because nothing hit ‘em. Seriously, we were quite ineffective.

  11. 11
    savagemutt

    Tough group. I served with the 107th Prayin’ Patriots, back in ‘Nam. The NVA didn’t know what hit ‘em. Mostly because nothing hit ‘em. Seriously, we were quite ineffective.

    You’re far too modest, Modus. There wasn’t a single Vietcong attack on American soil thanks to your fine work.

  12. 12
    John Pieret

    Well, if my lawyer was from Liberty Counsel, I’d pray … it would be as effective as my lawyer.

  13. 13
    Hercules Grytpype-Thynne

    God sent Maureen with a team of intercessors to pray for Barbados

    Why does God need to tell people to ask Him to do what He apparently wants to do anyway?

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