On National Day of Prayer, plenty of politics
National Day of Prayer activities may have more political undertones than usual this year, as religious groups take aim at what they see as President Obama's attacks on religious freedom. By Mark Trumbull, Staff writer / May 3, 2012 Stanhope Elmore
FINDLAY — As words from the Gospel of Matthew streamed through loudspeakers, Barb Deerwester and Renee Leguire prepared to take their turn Wednesday in a 90-hour Bible reading and prayer marathon that began Sunday and ends today, the National Day of
Today is the National Day of Prayer. It's a day that has special significance to many Americans because we recognize God's hand on this country, and we have a desire for God to continue to move and bless in our nation.
FLORENCE — A group of men gathered in the early morning light amidst cypress trees and Spanish moss to join the nation for the 61st National Day of Prayer.
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER, 2012BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATIONPrayer has always been a part of the American story, and today countless Americans rely on prayer for