Cinco de Mayo Initiative from April 15-May 5, 2011
We continue to pray for the United States, Mexico and the Border. We must never forget what is going on our Southern Border. Even though, we received many breakthroughs during our 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting, leading up to the National Day of Prayer, we must remain on the wall of intercession continually. Thank you for all of your support and participation.
The Mission of the Cinco de Mayo Initiative:
Our mission with this initiative is to raise up prayer, intercession and fasting for the Mexico/U.S. border and to bring awareness to the alarming issues facing both nations such as:
Violence, murder, trafficking, smuggling, kidnapping, and the drug cartels.
Both Mexican and United States governments have worked diligently to try and stop the above problems, and yet they still exist and are on the rise. As Christians from both nations, it is time for us to recognize the responsibility we have before God and man to stand in the gap according to 2 Chronicles 7:14 and ask the Lord to heal our nations.
It's time to put an end to the injustice!
In response to a prophetic directive given by Cindy Jacobs of Generals International, the United States Hispanic Prayer Network will be spearheading the implementation of a 21-day prayer strike leading up to a national day of prayer, contending for righteous trade, peace and security at our nation's southern border.
Our primary target in prayer is the drug cartels. We recognize that this is an issue of supply and demand. Both countries are culpable. Repentance and restoration is needed on both sides of the southern border. With one voice, prayer leaders from the United States and Mexico will convene in Dallas, TX, Mexico City, MX and at the border to cry out for a breakthrough of God's power that takes down the drug cartels and secures our nation's southern border.