* Election Novena (www.electionnovena.org) -- Started by a group of Wisconsin Roman Catholics, it seeks "an outcome of the November election which is pleasing to Almighty God, and which provides most effectively for the implementation of His Holy Will in the public and private lives of all."
* Nineveh Journey (www.ninevehjourney.org) -- Sponsored by the international lay Roman Catholic organization Pro Sanctity, the site likens America to ancient Nineveh, a sinful city that the biblical prophet Jonah warned would be destroyed by God unless the inhabitants donned sackcloth and ashes for 40 days. Nineveh Journey wants people to pray and fast for 50 days, one day for each state, alphabetically arranged from Alabama to Wyoming.
* Pray the Vote (www.presidentialprayerteam.org/praythevote) -- The site urges people to integrate prayer into their lives by inviting friends over for prayer parties, with music and refreshments. It even shows how to download invitations. The purpose of the parties is to pray for divine intervention in the elections.
* 40 Days USA (www.40daysusa.org) -- To help the country as it "passes through a time of war and another critical national election," the Christian site recommends 40 days of prayer and fasting from the eve of Yom Kippur to Election Day and provides instructions on such things as community prayer watches and 24/7 tag-team prayer.
* Intercessors for America (www.ifa-usapray.org) -- The evangelical site advises, "Pray for godly local, state and national pro-life and traditional family candidates to find favor."
* Pathway (www.mbcpathway.com) -- The Web site of the Missouri Baptist Convention provides 40 days' worth of detailed prayer instruction, such as "Oct. 13: Pray that people will get off the fence and take a stand for God. Also pray for the third presidential debate."