About Us

As you well know, our beautiful country is plagued by violent crime. As a group of Christian friends, we felt that it was time to do something about this! We believe that Jesus is saviour and Lord! Prayer is powerful and has the ability to cause a dramatic change in South Africa!

Our goal is to inspire people to work together and to use their faith to eradicate crime from our country. This is going to be a process as crime is symptom of a dysfunctional society. We need to tackle areas such as education, widespread corruption, unemployment and criminal rehabilitation amongst others. As a country with a young population, the youth is key to turn things around! We need to develop a collective social conscience as South African Christians, so that social justice will become part of our DNA and not something we do from time to time. (Amos 5:24)

Some ideas we have used in the past and will use in the future for the national day of prayer:

  1. We encourage every individual, home group and local church to participate.
  2. Pray for your neighbours or people in your street or complex.
  3. Pray for people who have been victims of violent crime.
  4. Pray for people who live with debilitating fear and post traumatic stress.
  5. Pray for the security companies and personnel i.e. guards at the complex gates who are often the first victims of a criminal attack.
  6. Pray for your local community policing forum (CPF).
  7. Please let your local newspaper know of your plans, once you have got everything prepared.
  8. Those Christians who wish to fast are free to do so. Either one, two or three meals or abstain from certain foods for the day.
  9. Please pray for farmers and farm workers. Pray for peace in the rural areas and an end to the murder of farmers!
  10. Attacks on or harassing foreign nationals is unacceptable. Please pray for them!
  11. Our education system is in crisis. This is the most strategic area that needs to see a dramatic change! If our education system fails, our society will fail.
  12. If you have faith to see a changed police force, visit your local police station with a letter or card of blessing and prayer. Flowers are always appreciated too. Members of the police are so used to receiving criticism from all sides that it may take a while for them to respond positively to your input.
  13. In everything aim to rebuild caring, whole communities because that is what God designed us to live in. If we say that we love God and He loves us, then we need to let it flow through us to all people who are created in His image. (1 John 4:20)
  14. Please contact us to share your ideas or feedback.

2 Chronicles 20:3-4 “Alarmed, Jehosphaphat resolved to enquire of the Lord, and he proclaimed a fast for all of Judah. The people of Judah came together to seek help from the Lord; indeed, they came from every town in Judah to seek him.”