Christian Social Network to Use its International Outreach to Help Find Missing Children

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My God's Facebook, a Christian social networking site, is seeking prayers from it's members as well as data provided by parents, family and authorities to help find missing children.

It's a utilization of both

My God’s Facebook site will give priority to photos and “last-seen” data provided by parents, families and authorities (But much hope also placed on combined prayer by thousands of its members”.)

“It’s a utilization of both,” explained a high-level official of the site. “While photos and information will be the first thing seen below the illustration of God’s outstretched hand by members and visitors to the site (, THEY WILL ALSO BE REQUESTED TO PRAY FOR THE CHILDREN LISTED.”

He added, “That in addition to the youngster’s photos being on the top position on our landing site, directly underneath will be a large ‘blinking” STOP, LOOK AND PRAY request for visitors and members alike.”

“This is part of why we truly expect to succeed where others have not,” he continued. “We have studied much about controlled collective prayer experiments in hospitals to save terminal patients. The results have often been astounding. We hope to create similar miraculous results by the response to our call to members to pray for these missing youngsters not only upon visiting our site but at specific times.”

When asked how the missing youngsters will be selected, the site spokesman pointed out that they will come from current lists supplied by the sources indicated above. But they will also come from My God’s Facebook members and even site visitors. “There will be no limitations as to race, color, religious persuasion or any other ethnic difference.”

“All that’s needed is documented proof (a police report) of a child gone missing and we will post it. We expect to have this conduit up and running by July 1, 2010. ”

Recently, My God’s Facebook invited President Barack Obama to become a member of its Christian Network citing that his membership can do much to enhance the site’s ability to continue it efforts in espousing Christian compassion, generosity and brotherly love. However, to date, no response to the invitation has been received. “But officials are still hopeful”.

The site’s spokesman went on to conclude that the My God’s Facebook site is visited worldwide by tens of thousands of people each week. Said he, “Just imagine the power of their prayer seeking divine intercession for these unfortunate youngsters. These are the kinds of numbers that generate miracles.”
MY GOD’S FACEBOOK CHRISTIAN SOCIAL NETWORK IS NOW A NEW LISTING PLACE FOR MISSING CHILDREN. In addition to other features that make this site the most talked about new religiously anointed site on the internet, the combination of photos and prayer is expected to produce miracles.

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