Why wait for a natural or man-made disaster? Most of us remember what happened when our Country was attacked on 9/11. People were seeking God, praying and buying American flags. Our bookstore ran out of American Flags and my flag vendors couldn’t restock my store for months!
Churches sent invitations to elected officials asking them to attend services. I remember because I was an elected official at the time and was so honored to be invited and recognized.
We should all pray! On Thursday, the first Thursday in May, people all over the Country get together to pray for our Nation.
Our City Halls are owned by the taxpayers and make a great centralized location for people to meet. Chances are likely that people will be gathering at your City Hall.
On our show, we talk with Kathy Morgan, President of the Gateway National Day of Prayer. She shares some of her stories of victories and offers reasons and encouragement for us to join with others throughout our land in thanksgiving and prayer to our Almighty God.
We have the freedom of religion and the right to peaceably assemble, so let’s use it!
Here’s the concrete proof that we have held our National Day of Prayer gatherings at the O’Fallon City Hall. This was taken a few years ago, but let it give you confidence that our City Halls belong to the people!!!
With discipline, hard work, compassion for our neighbors and prayer, there’s no limit to what we can achieve as a community.
Are you going to a National Day of Prayer? Why or why not?
1.) It will do your heart and soul good to attend a National Day of Prayer event. Look up where a gathering is in your area. If you live in the St. Louis area, you can click here. If you live anywhere else in the Country, you can click here.
2.) If you have an event where you need a speaker, please let me know. I am dedicating my energy on the places where I can make the greatest difference. Please let the meeting organizer know that I can help your group understand the intersection of government and families in a way they may have never known before. If you want me to come and help your efforts to educate and motivate your network, please click this button here:
3.) The Home Front Computer had a melt-down! As you can see from our photo, we’re grateful nothing worse happened. If you would like to contribute toward the computer fund, please consider making it possible for the technical aspects of our outreach to continue.
We need your involvement to fund our ongoing research and equipment needs. If you want to continue to support us in this effort, you can mail a check to this address:
Cynthia Davis, 1008 Highway K, O’Fallon, MO 63366.
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