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The African country of Angola was torn apart by civil war from 1975 until 2002.  Over 500,000 civilians we killed during the conflict.  What brought the 27-year old war to an end?  According to some members of the parliment in Angola, peace came in part because over 5000 women were praying.

Click here for a link to Project Hannah and the Prayer Calendar

(Photo of Marli Spieker, Founder and Global Ministry Director of Project Hannah)