2021 Theme for NDP
2021 Theme Scripture
2 Corinthians 3:17 NKJV
The 2020 Theme of "Pray God's Glory Across the Earth" became keenly realized with this virus touching the whole earth and many finding the peace that only God can give in the situations of life that stop us in our tracks!
To learn about Macon's Monthly Prayer Opportunity, go to
our "Pray On" Page!
NDP is always the First Thursday of May! It was 1988 when it was unanimously passed by Congress to be this day annually!
For Covid-19 extra precautions and opportunites for many more people to participate, God has blessed greatly for this year's Macon Area Observance May 6, 2021 to be one live VIRTUAL Midday Event Noon to 1 p.m. Our Macon NDP Committee is so very grateful for the years of partnership with our good, local Christian TV station, WGNM! As they did last NDP, WGNM will make it possible for a much larger audience to come together virtually on this annual day for unified prayer for our country! Not only will this Event's Live one hour Program, where only Program Participants will be in person, be special for its format; but it can be watched again, or seen by ones at another time possible, AND in WGNM's 23 counties viewing area!
1) On WGNM-TV Broadcasting on 45.1 or your
local cable system (Cox Ch. 7)
2) Streaming to WGNM.com
3) Downloading the CTN (Chritian telvision Network) APP for iOS (Apple), Android, Amazon, and ROKU deivice (ROKU allows watching on your smart TV.)
There will be an encore presentation on WGNM TV, "Macon's NDP Special" 7:30-8:30 night of May 6. Soon after NDP Macon's Midday Event will come to YouTube and to WGNM's Facebook Page WGNM - TV and Macon's NDP Facebook Page National Day of Prayer - Macon GA and to www.NationalDayofPrayerMaconGA.org The 2020 NDP currently on our website will remain until it is replaced by the 2021 NDP.
Please go to our Events Page to view our 2021 Event Flier and share with many for getting the word out about this year's NDP!
Superintendent Evans Brown, Sr - Featured 2020 Speaker in Macon
Superintendent Evans Brown, Sr. was born in Macon, Georgia to the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Brown, Sr. At the age of 19, he was filled with the Holy Ghost and then called into ministry. After graduating from Peter G. Appling High School, he served in the United States Army for two years and the Georgia National Guard for eleven years. While conducting a revival in Sandersville, Georgia he met his future wife, Pearlie Lawrence. They are parents to four children, nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Superintendent Brown is a graduate of Turner Theological Seminary. He has been in ministry for over 54 years, in which time he and our First Lady founded True Faith Church Of God In Christ. He has led the congregation for over 35 years. He is known as the “911 Preacher” because of his willingness and ever-readiness to pray for people, counseling, mentoring and laboring in the vineyard at all hours of the day and night, within a minute’s notice. He has been a blessing and a beacon to the Fort Hill, Cross Keys and Greater Macon communities. • Served as President of the Bellevue Hillcrest Ministers Association for two years. • Currently serving on the Martin Luther King Breakfast Committee. • Served as Treasurer of the Evangelistic Ministerial Alliance. • Served two years as Vice-President of the Evangelical Ministerial Alliance (EMA). • Co-produced the stage play “We Remember Martin” with First Lady Pearlie Brown for 14 years. • Recorded two albums with First Lady Pearlie L. Brown. • Superintendent Brown is the overseer of a staff of six ministers of the Gospel and several ministries. God has given Superintendent Brown a vision, and he is marching forward in bringing the property once known as the Cross Keys Christian Academy into the “Land of Promise, the Miracle On Jeffersonville Road.” A faithful and tireless man has been sent to bless the City of Macon and vicinity!
MAy 7, 2020 National Day of Prayer
Macon's WGNM Christian TV’s help is much appreciated for having our usual 2 NDP programs virtually for Coravirus safety without meeting together but still uniting together in prayer for "such a time as this"!