October 2010 / Bott Radio Network Supports Prayer for our Nation and Leaders at NDP Prayer Summit, October 28th
Sue Stoltz, BRN Manager, and Midwest NDP National Area Leader, gave away several items for Bott Radio Network to the NDP Coordinators from the P. Graham Dunn Gallery at the NDP Prayer Summit in Colorado Springs, Colorado in late October, 2010.
This year, National Day of Prayer had over 200 people join them at their annual Prayer Summit in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They started on October 28th with a leadership appreciation dinner at the Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colorado. David Butts, President of the National Prayer Committee that is over the National Day of Prayer, was the speaker and thanked all the NDP leaders for all their prayers and prayer mobilization in their states.
Shirley Dobson opened the General Prayer Summit on Friday afternoon announcing the 2011 theme, scripture and Honorary Chairman. The theme is “A Mighty Fortress is Our God”, is based on the verse from Psalm 91:2 which states: “I will say to the Lord, my refuge and my fortress, my God in whom I trust.”
Bishop Harry Jackson, Senior Pastor of Hope Christian Church in the Washington D.C. area spoke several times during the Prayer Summit and declared that the church and its leaders must lead the way to protect America’s moral compass and heal our nation.
There was a 7X7 Concert of Prayer throughout the weekend and the coordinators spent time in prayer and intercession for the seven centers of power. Sue Stoltz Mid-Missouri Area Manager for Bott Radio Network led in prayer for businesses and business owners and also gave testimony of how God answered the prayers of Missouri citizens as the legislators asked for prayer to help them with their budget and they balanced it eight days early.
On Sunday morning John Bornschein, Executive Director for NDP, gave a slide show and presentation on “Leaving a Legacy of Faith” that emphasized the importance of the home and family.
Before leaving Shirley Dobson led a commissioning service, gave a scripture and said a prayer for all those in attendance. She said “And most importantly, undergird everything with prayer. Leading begins on our knees. In our own might and abilities, we can do nothing of eternal value, but “the prayer of the righteous man accomplishes much” (James 5:16). As one Christian leader has said, “We do not work miracles for God. He does them for us.” It is in prayer that we will find strength, guidance and hope, regardless of the challenge or need.
Donna Lippoldt & Sue Stoltz at the Broadmoor after the NDP Prayer Summit discussing prayer mobilization for Kansas and Missouri.
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