January 2012 / Bott Radio Network Participates in Second Annual Day of Prayer at the Kansas Capitol in Topeka, Monday, January 9th
Bott Radio Network promoted and participated in the Second Annual Day of Prayer at the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka, Monday, January 9th. Events included a Prayer Walk, a Concert of Prayer, and live worship all day during the first day of the Legislative Session.
Sue Stoltz welcomes Governor Brownback on the third floor of the Capitol to the Supreme Court Room, set aside for worship the entire first day of the Legislative Session of 2012.
Governor Sam Brownback in the Supreme Court Room of the Capitol, being prayed for by those attending the Second Annual Day of Prayer.
Governor Sam Brownback not only accepted prayer on his behalf, he asked if he could, in return, pray for those attending the Day of Prayer. He is praying for those in attendance, as well as all Kansans, from the Supreme Court Room on the third floor of the Kansas Capitol.
Sue Stoltz, Bott Radio Network's Area Manager for Mid-Missouri and Midwest National Area Leader for the National Day of Prayer, interviews Governor Brownback on the importance of prayer.
David Epps blows the shofar to open the Concert of Prayer while Donna Lippoldt looks on from the podium on the South side of the Kansas Capitol in Topeka. David is the City Director of Operation Rolling Thunder, whose mission is to encourage round the clock prayer for Topeka.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback addresses the crowd from the South steps of the Capitol during the noontime Concert of Prayer.
A portion of the crowd gathered to pray on the South side of the Kansas Capitol, Monday, January 9th, the first day of the Legislative Session, and the Second Annual Day of Prayer.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach speaks at the noontime Concert of Prayer about the historic value praying people have made in the United States and Kansas in particular.
A portion of the crowd of people praying at the Capitol during the Concert of Prayer, Monday, January 9th.
Donna Lippoldt, Founder of Culture Shield Network, at the Kansas Capitol during the Second Annual Day of Prayer. Donna is also the Kansas State Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer. For more information visit www.cultureshield.com.
Donna Lippoldt of Culture Shield Network with Earl Pickard, Prayer Leader for Campus Crusade for Christ at the Capitol.
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