Partners with National Day of Prayer Task Force for Annual Event May 5…

Hello World,

After many years of praying, I can undoubtedly say that without prayer, my life would not work…That’s why I have to promote the 2022 National Day of Prayer… and the National Day of Prayer Task Force are excited to announce a partnership to broadcast the 2022 National Day of Prayer event hosted from the Museum of the Bible on Thursday evening, May 5.

Now in its third year hosting a National Day of Prayer event, previously hosted events concurrent with the National Day of Prayer Task Force. By combining efforts, the group that has been mobilizing prayer on the National Day of Prayer since the 1980s and the world’s No. 1 Christian app for daily prayer hope to mobilize an unprecedented number of participants for this historic observance around the 2022 theme to “Exalt the Lord Who Has Established Us,” taken from Colossians 2:6-7.

The National Day of Prayer has been celebrated annually in the U.S. since 1952 when Congress created a joint resolution, signed into law by President Harry Truman, stating that the President would dedicate one day every year for a National Day of Prayer. In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed legislation designating the first Thursday in May as the annual observance. Every president since then has on that day issued a proclamation encouraging the people of the nation to gather together in prayer.  “Our team at is honored to officially partner with the National Day of Prayer Task Force this year, to help rally people of faith from every state in our nation to pause and praise the Lord for our many blessings,” said co-founder Matthew Potter. “This annual celebration of year-round prayer brings together citizens from all backgrounds into the throne room of Heaven as we renew our reliance on our Almighty God, and as we lift up our hearts to heaven, praying biblically — not politically — and asking the blessings of God to rest on every leader in every area of influence in our country.”

To date, and the National Day of Prayer Task Force have encouraged millions of people to join in prayer for our nation. has over 1 million paying subscribers, while National Day of Prayer has more than 700,000 followers through email and social media, with an annual broadcast reach of more than 200 million households throughout the world.

Speakers and musicians who will be involved in this year’s event, leading in worship and prayer, include Pastors A. R. Bernard and Skip Heitzig, ministry leaders such as Chip Ingram and Joni Eareckson Tada, and National Day of Prayer Task Force President Kathy Branzell. Local prayer gatherings will be held in all 50 states and several U.S. territories, with the annual national broadcast airing on television and radio, and streamed through social media at 8 p.m. ET. For station and social media information, visit

“Our praise of His unchanging attributes and remembrance of His blessings has helped Americans remain steadfast in faith even through the most challenging of times,” Branzell said. “Therefore, it is of the utmost importance that we do not waver today in this practice of praise and expressions of faith, love, and thanks as we unite in prayer across America on this National Day of Prayer.”

Any thoughts?

‘Judas’ in ‘Jesus Christ Superstar,’ An Alleged Jan. 6 Capitol Insurrectionist, Asserts ‘Divine’ Authority in Court…

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He’s certifiable y’all…So on Sunday, I told y’all about James Beeks, who portrayed “Judas” in the U.S. tour of the popular musical Jesus Christ Superstar. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 49-year-old James Beeks was arrested last week “related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, which disrupted a joint session of the U.S. Congress that was in the process of ascertaining and counting the electoral votes related to the presidential election.” Read the rest of that post HERE.

Well, since then, on Monday, as a matter of fact, Beeks appeared in court where his crazy was on full display to the aggravation of the judge. Check out an excerpt of the CNN article “‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Actor, An Accused Capitol rioter, Claimed ‘Divine’ Authority in Court Hearing.”

A court hearing for a January 6 defendant quickly turned contentious Monday after an actor and Oath Keeper tried to reject the United States’ authority over him.

James Beeks, who played Judas in the musical “Jesus Christ Superstar” before his arrest last week for his alleged participation in the January 6 riot, prompted the judge to consider sending him to jail after telling the court he had “divine” authority and arguing the government had no jurisdiction over him.
“That’s all gobbledygook,” Chief Judge Beryl Howell of the DC District Court said. “Mr. Beeks, you should be quiet unless spoken to.” Read the rest of the article HERE.
Y’all, I guess the right response is to pray for Jud…I mean James Beeks…that he come to senses that he hopefully had before all of this…But it just seems fitting that a lost soul would be a Judas…And then again, I’m pretty sure that everyone who portrays Judas in a dramatic production didn’t allegedly storm the Capitol back in January…Anywho, that’s all I got…
Any thoughts?

‘Judas’ in ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Arrested on Charges Related to Jan. 6 Capitol Breach…

Hello World,

I hope you enjoyed celebrating Thanksgiving with your family, friends and loved ones! I certainly did especially as I have so much to be thankful for this year…

Now that we have officially entered into the Christmas season, it is important to remember that Jesus is still and will forever be the reason for the season. And though Easter is still many months away, it’s also important to remember that the forgiveness offered by Jesus is available any time of the year but the Christmas season is a poignant time to remember this priceless truth. James Beeks, who portrayed “Judas” in the U.S. tour of the popular musical Jesus Christ Superstar, needs to call on Jesus because dude is in some trouble. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, 49-year-old James Beeks was arrested last week “related to the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, which disrupted a joint session of the U.S. Congress that was in the process of ascertaining and counting the electoral votes related to the presidential election.”

“According to court documents, Beeks joined with others to forcibly enter the Capitol on Jan. 6 and obstruct the Congressional proceeding occurring that day. At about 2:30 p.m., a group of Oath Keeper members and affiliates marched in ‘stack’ formation into the Capitol grounds and then up the east steps of the Capitol to the area outside of the Rotunda doors. Beeks was part of a mob of people, including some who attacked law enforcement. At 2:38 pm., the doors were breached, and the group stormed into the Capitol. Once inside the Capitol, the group split up. Half of them, including Beeks, tried to push their way through a line of law enforcement officers guarding a hallway that led to the Senate chamber. Law enforcement forcibly repelled their advance. Beeks and others with him regrouped in the Rotunda and then left the building at approximately 3:04 p.m.

Prior to the confrontation, Beeks joined with a group of Oath Keepers while walking from the Ellipse to the Capitol. Unlike the camouflage-combat attire of many individuals in the group, he was wearing a Michael Jackson ‘BAD’ world tour jacket and a black helmet, and he was carrying what appeared to be a homemade black shield.” (Isn’t that wild about the “BAD” jacket?!)

According to The Daily Beast, Beeks who is also known as James T. Justis, is “a musical theater actor with multiple Broadway credits.”

Again, isn’t that wild? Do you think it was the spirit of Judas that caused James Beeks to allegedly betray the country in such a way?  And I aine gon’ lie. His light eyes make him look kinda scary or is that just me? But they may be contacts because in some pictures I have seen of him, he has dark eyes…Anywho…

Below is a post from his IG page…He looks so normal…SMH…


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Any thoughts?