UPDATE2: The folks at WeTheChurch.org have added moderation and restored the site.
UPDATE: I’ve removed the links to this site temporarily. Unfortunately, the site was vandalized last night and I do not recommend you visit it until the creators have a chance to fix it and work on a solution to prevent it from happening again. It’s really sad that people will abuse resources like this, but it happens. I’ll update this post once there is a solution.
I realize it’s not a featured blog as we normally do, but this week, a great site, WeTheChurch launched.
WeTheChurch is a twitter-like site where people can anonymously submit praises and prayer requests — keeping the 140 character limit in tact. You can also follow WtC on Twitter, and be notified when someone has submitted something new.
From the site:
WtC.org was created to unite the church in prayer.
Need prayer in your ministry?
Submit a prayer
Thankful for something?
Submit a praise.
And while you’re here why not pray for a few things on the prayer list?
It’s that simple.
Just us, the church,
praying for each other.
This ties in very well with the unity focus of One Prayer. After I found the site, I talked to one of the creators, Chad Wright. It was great to hear his passion! Scott Magdalein also did an excellent job on the technical side of the site.
I highly recommend you visit WeTheChurch, and even better, follow it on Twitter.