The Christian Post has a story today concerning the May Day prayer event which took place Saturday at the Lincoln Memorial. Its interesting to note what is known as The 7 Mountains of Culture (see, May Day Prayers – What Repentance?) is called “seven main issues” in this article,
Christians representing all 50 states joined national leaders at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial on Saturday to “cry to God for a nation in distress.”
One by one, each of the local representatives shared about their state’s Christian heritage and lifted up prayers for their state and the United States. National leaders offered up prayers of repentance for seven main issues: family, the church, education, arts and entertainment, business, government and the media.
“We pray for a real change in our media. We think about that reporter from the New York Times who said, ‘I don’t know a single evangelical reporter in the news room.’ That’s horrible, Lord,” said Jerry Newcombe, host and senior producer of “The Coral Ridge Hour,” the television outreach of the late Dr. D. James Kennedy.
The Rev. Pat Mahoney, director of the Christian Defense Coalition, called for repentance not only for mainstream media but for the body of Christ who “has abandoned the high calling of journalism.” (Christian May Day Focuses on ‘Nation in Distress’)
Though they are not mentioned by name in the Post article, we know who was involved in helping lead these prayers,
The Official Program indicates that the May Day schedule at 9 A.M. launches prayers of “Repentance for the Mountain of Religion” and for the “The Church,” given by Dutch Sheets, Chuck Pierce and Cindy Jacobs, among others. These false “apostles” are connected with C. Peter Wagner and his International Coalition of Apostles, who believe they have a Dominion mandate on earth. (May Day Prayers – What Repentance?)
The broad scope of names listed at the May Day website, who actively served on the Committee and spoke, shows how accepted Dominion Theology has become; Not just in religious circles but within political activist groups and by a number of politicians.