October 2012 / Bott Radio Network Joins Prayer Force One Bus in the State Capitol, Saturday, October 20th
The 3-day Missouri Prayer tour October 19th - 21st included a stop Saturday the 20th at Missouri’s state Capitol in Jefferson City. There, dozens of Christians gathered to pray with and for candidates for political office. The mission of the National Day of Prayer Task Force is to mobilize prayer in America and to encourage personal repentance and righteousness in the culture.
The Prayer Force One bus pulls up to the state Capitol.
More hands of prayer and intercession for Dave Spence, candidate for Missouri Governor.
Luis Cataldo of the Response asked the Catholics attending to forgive us for not supporting their efforts on eliminating abortions and protecting Life, and introduced Kathy Forck, the courageous 40 Days for Life coordinator who leads prayer outside the Columbia abortion clinic.
United States Congressman Todd Akin speaks to the crowd.
Kathy Forck prays for abortions to end and intercedes for those who have been wounded by abortion.
Attendees lay hands on and pray for Congressman Todd Akin, candidate for United States Senate.
Luis Cataldo of The Response speaks to Christians gathered in the Capitol rotunda.
Dave Spence, candidate for Missouri Governor, shares his testimony with those assembled.
Sue Stoltz, Mid-Missouri Manager for Bott Radio Network and Midwest Regional Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer, also spoke at the Capitol.
Catholic supporters gathered to pray for life and the blossoming of religious freedom. God knit our hearts together from all denominations, and we felt God smiling down from Heaven. We are in unity praying for each other and our nation.