May 2010 / Bott Radio Network joins in the National Day of Prayer across Nebraska, Thursday, May 6th
Nebraskans prayed across the state during the 59th Annual National Day of Prayer www.nationaldayofprayer.org. Attendants interceded for law-makers at all levels. "For Such a Time as This” was the theme that overshadowed the day's events which were held in settings as simple as a small town church to the majestic Capitol Rotunda in Lincoln, Nebraska.
Nebraska Lieutenant Governor Rick Sheehy reading the Governor’s Proclamation for the National Day of Prayer and sharing a personal testimony about the impact of prayer on his life.
The National Day of Prayer noon observance at the Nebraska State Capitol Rotunda in Lincoln. Nebraska leaders lifted up prayer for Nebraska families and those working in the military, government, private businesses, education and media.
Representing faculty and students from area schools, the LNE Prayer Team focused their prayer on education. Their theme… “Plug into prayer” as shown above.
Bott Radio Network is privileged to be a part of National Day of Prayer events like this Nebraska Capitol observance in Lincoln, Nebraska. Kris Brunk (a National Day of Prayer volunteer), interacts with Barb Calcara, BRN Nebraska staff (center), and her daughter-in-law, Erin (right).
BRN Nebraska Area Manager Tom Millett with his youngest daughter in a small group prayer for the Media, Military and Marketplace.
Participants united in prayer at the Capitol Rotunda in Lincoln, Nebraska. Bott Radio Network was privileged to partner with the National Day of Prayer Task Force for the 59th Annual National Day of Prayer on Thursday, May 6th.
State Senator (District 29, Lincoln) Tony Fulton speaks about the importance of praying for our national, state and local government officials.
"Prayer in the Square" was the title of the National Day of Prayer observance held in Frankfort Square, the town square in Columbus, Nebraska. The evening event featured Prayer, Praise, and remarks by Ashley Smith Robinson.
Ashley Smith Robinson offered her testimony ashleysmithrobinson.com/?page_id=2 of courage in the face of evil at the “Prayer in the Square” event in Columbus, Nebraska, on Thursday, May 6th. Ashley Smith was the single mother who persuaded Brian Nichols, Atlanta’s courtroom killer, to surrender to police on March 11, 2005. Nichols called Ashley “an angel sent from God.” Ironically, it was Ashley’s less-than-angelic past that allowed her to convince the killer to face justice. Bott Radio Network serves families in the Columbus, Nebraska, area on 88.5 FM & 95.5 FM.
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