Friday, March 9, 2012

Watch Just Claim It 3 live online

The third annual NAD/World Youth Prayer Congress is happening now in Greensboro, N.C.

The prayer congress, also known as "Just Claim It 3," runs March 7-11 and is being streamed live online (see video below).

About 2,500 people are attending the prayer congress, according to Manny Cruz, associate director for youth ministries in the North American Division.

Watch online

Live video streaming by Praizevision.com

Live Twitter feed

Read JCI attendees' reactions and observations on Twitter.


Are you at JCI? Be sure to join the conversation by adding #justclaimit or #iPrayed to the end of your Tweets.



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