We want to encourage Christians of every stripe to consistently pray for their leaders, as the Scripture commands.
Heritage Alliance also seeks (but not on this website) to empower citizens to restore to government the principles of free enterprise, limited government, limited taxation, and our traditional Judeo-Christian.
Those who endeavor to live for Christ using the Scripture.
In the past, Heritage Alliance has focused on the state of Texas. For this project, we wish to reach out to Christ-followers across the United States. We will partner with other like-minded organizations, and will put their names and logos on this site.
For each visit, we plan to give prominence to the logo of the organization whose link was used to reach the landing page on this site, along with our own logo.
We want to draw people to fall on their knees and fervently pray for their leaders and for an awakening in our land -- a return to God and also to his principles for life and for government.
Although we have an existing site for the state of Texas at http://www.TxPray.com, we are dissatisfied with the existing graphic design. We want a fresh look, and to remove the emphasis on Texas, as seen the image of the Texas Capitol and Flag, in our logo based on the Texas flag, and probably other places as well.
Themes might include prayer, patriotism, legislators and other leaders, Christianity, the heritage of the United States, the Constitution, the founders, Scripture, and many others.
The function of the new site will be similar very similar to the old one, except that it will be self-contained, with few (if any) links to our main site at http://www.HeritageAlliance.com. For example, it will have it's own About page.
We envision a landing (or home) page that:
- motivates people to pray for our leaders and for an awakening, and
- presents our tools, the paper prayer calendar and prayer e-mail.
They should have a link to obtain either (or both). Either method presents for each day a leader to pray for by name.
The 2011 prayer calendar (on paper) has the name of a government leader to pray for each day. (See attachments for the 2010 calendar.) We offer them to individuals and in quantities for handing out in churches.
The daily prayer e-mail is free, and gives the name and information about a leader to pray for. See attachment "Sample Prayer E-mail.png."
We're assuming that other pages would all use the same graphic design as each other -- one coordinated with the landing page.
These pages may include: About page, order page for the paper calendar, sign-up page for the daily prayer e-mails, etc.
We intend remove much of what is here on the new site.
See attachment "Information being removed from TxPray.png."