May 2012 / Bott Radio Network Promotes 61st Annual National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 3rd
Citizens across the nation took time to pray on America’s 61st Annual National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 3rd. This year’s theme, “One Nation Under God,” is based on Psalm 33:12, which reminds us that “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.” For more information, visit nationaldayofprayer.org/. Bott Radio Network promoted the National Day of Prayer across the Network with announcements and pastoral prayers leading up to the event.
After being introduced, Dave Moore of New Summit Presbyterian asked the crowd if "a few remarks" and "Pastor" actually do go together! He did speak only a short time before praying.
Pastor Phil Hopper of Abundant Life Baptist Church in Lee's Summit is interviewed by local media during the 61st Annual National Day of Prayer.
People from all walks of life came together to lift our nation and its leaders up in prayer during the National Day of Prayer, Thursday, May 3rd.
Pastor Matt Harris of Eagle Creek Community Church encourages those gathered that God is still doing great things in the United States.
Praying for our leaders, our nation and our people. Donna and Jacob Turk pray in Lee's Summit. Jacob is seeking to be the Republican candidate in the 5th Congressional District, representing most of the Kansas City area.
Families prayed together.
People in authority as well as under authority pray and are prayed for during the National Day of Prayer.
High noon brings a crowd to pray at Lee's Summit City Hall.
Pastor Matt Harris of Eagle Creek Community Church exhorts those gathered together to pray at all times.
Small groups formed all over the City Hall plaza in Lee's Summit for the National Day of Prayer gathering, Thursday, May 3rd.
Lee's Summit City Hall is the setting for Lee's Summit, Missouri's gathering for the National Day of Prayer as citizens from several different churches and denominations came to pray.
Formally dressed, casually dressed, believers came together to pray.
Groups of people pray at City Hall in Lee's Summit, Missouri, during the 61st Annual National Day of Prayer.
Pastor Doug Brown, Pastor of Lee's Summit Community Church, dismissed the gathering with a final prayer.