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2014 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY - NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR MEN AND BOYS ON SUNDAY, 16 NOVEMBER 2014 ANNOUNCED



NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR MEN AND BOYS ON SUNDAY, 16 NOVEMBER 2014 ANNOUNCED IN OBSERVANCE OF 2014 INTERNATIONAL MEN'S DAY 

  " . . . He will restore the hearts of the fathers to their children and the hearts of the children to their fathers . . . "
Malachi 4:6

CONTACT:
D.A. Sears
USA Coordinator - 2014 International Men's Day
 Chair, USA 2012-2022 International Men's Day Ten Year Plan Committee
Member, International Men's Day Coordination Committee
E-Mail: insearchoffatherhood@gmail.com

  PHILADELPHIA, PA (USA) -- 9 JUNE 2014 -- Once upon a time we were a village. Religious institutions played a proactive and central role in strengthening and stabilizing our village. In the Millennium, religious institutions and religious leaders continue to have a pivotal role to play in rebuilding the village, empowering Fathers, strengthening families, and transforming our communities into a vibrant oasis. The important role that religious institutions and religious leaders have in our communities is one that is recognized by Coordinators of International Men's Day which will be observed in 80 nations -- including the United States -- on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 under the theme, "Working Together For Men And Boys". We have designated Sunday, 16 November 2014 as a "National Day of Prayer for Men and Boys" in religious institutions of all denominations throughout the United States.

 To learn more about the 2014 International Men's Day "National Day of Prayer for Men and Boys", contact Diane A. Sears, the USA Coordinator for 2014 International Men's Day at 267-581-3963 or send an e-mail to: insearchoffatherhood@gmail.com.

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