Today is the National Day of Prayer and many of us are scheduled to have prayer services in our local churches and on our jobs. Even though we cannot prayer collectively in schools, we encourage you to find time today to say a prayer for family, friends, the U.S.A. and the world.
For those of you in the Greater Richmond area, today we’ll be gathering at the Capitol Bell Tower at 12 noon EST. If you can make it, we’d love for you to join us, but if not, wherever you are, you can still prayer on your own.
For more information about today’s National Day of Prayer, visit the NationalDayofPrayer.org (or click on the image above).
Before you pray today, take a listen to Grammy-winning singer/songwriters, the legendary Clark Sisters’ “Pray for the U.S.A.” to help remind you why this day of prayer and any other day of prayer is always needed.
THE CLARK SISTERS – “PRAY FOR THE U.S.A.”
THE CLARK SISTERS – “PRAY FOR THE U.S.A (REPRISE)”
REMEMBER TO TAKE A MOMENT & SAY A PRAYER AT SOME POINT THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
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