I-35: Highway of Holiness

i35signafadf.jpgAnd to think I-35 can be seen from my back yard . . . kind of.

A counter-culture initiative in cities along the I-35 highway is seeking to bring spiritual reformation in American culture.

For 35 days of the ”I-35: Highway of Holiness” initiative, at least 12 cities along I-35 will host 24-hour prayer rooms. The initiative is part of the Light the Highway movement and will be held Oct. 28 – Dec. 1 along the 1,500-mile length of I-35, with events from Laredo, Texas, to Duluth, Minn. – the ends of the interstate.

“We want to start to build a Highway of Holiness for God that unites our nations, from the Canadian border to the Mexican border, and eventually extends around the world,” said Cindy Jacobs, founder of Light the Highway, in a statement. Light the Highway is a movement to bring spiritual reformation to cities, then regions and finally nations.

Throughout the campaign, young people will hold “Purity Sieges” where they “lay siege” by praying at sites of impurity in their cities, such as abortion clinics and pornography stores.

Activities during the I-35 initiative also include a “Radical Evangelism” effort by Heartland School of Ministry in Irving, Texas.

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