We get many requests for prayers from readers, and they thank us for the significance our prayers provide in their devotional life. It only seems natural to send these prayers out regularly.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
ChurchYear.Net was established in 2004 by Catholic writers David and Jonathan Bennett to provide accurate and accessible information related to Christian holidays, such as Christmas, Lent and Easter. Soon the site expanded to provide prayers related to holidays and other topics. Millions of visitors have accessed these prayers and resources, and ChurchYear.Net has been used as a source for various media outlets, including "The New York Times" and "The Huffington Post," as well as for many church newsletters and publications.
In order to gain more visitors and expand its ministry, ChurchYear.Net has started "Prayer Delivery" to send timely and engaging prayers to the inboxes of subscribers, free of charge.
David Bennett explains, "We get many requests for prayers from readers, and they thank us for the significance our prayers provide in their devotional life. It only seems natural to send these prayers out regularly. This is a win-win situation for us and for our readers."
ChurchYear.Net was founded in 2004 to provide accurate and accessible information about Christian holidays. It has since grown to one of the most respected and popular websites about the subject on the Internet. http://www.churchyear.net
About Prayer Delivery
A service of ChurchYear.Net, Prayer Delivery delivers timely prayers into a subscriber's inbox 3-4 times a week. http://www.prayerdelivery.com