May 2013 / Bott Radio Network Supports 62nd National Day of Prayer, May 2nd
Bott Radio Network invites all who know Jesus as their Lord and Savior to join in prayer on the 62nd National Day of Prayer, held on the first Thursday in May. This year’s theme is Pray for America, emphasizing the need for individuals, corporately and individually, to place their faith in the unfailing character of their Creator, who is sovereign over all governments, authorities, and men. To further highlight the theme, Matthew 12:21 is the Scripture for this year: “In His name the nations will put their hope.”
Local City Hall offices across America served as meeting points for believers to gather and intercede for the authorities over us in our Constitutional Republic.
Even in inclement weather, approximately a hundred people gathered at Lee's Summit, Missouri's City Hall for the National Day of Prayer at noon on the first Thursday in May.
Intense in prayer.
It was unseasonably cold this first Thursday in May, yet it didn't deter those who came to pray.
A brisk wind blew during the National Day of Prayer in Lee's Summit, Missouri. The wind was accompanied by rain, which grew heavier and then turned to snow, unusual in May, after the gathering was concluded.
A mother prays for her daughter during prayer for families.
A Pastor holds up the Bible and exclaims, "The Bible made America!"
Clusters of people huddled together under umbrellas to pray as rain and wind swept through the area.
Technology marches on as a Pastor exhorts the crowd from a computer tablet with the Bible on it.
Worship at City Hall in Lee's Summit during the National Day of Prayer.
Even authorities acknowledge a Higher Authority on the National Day of Prayer. Prayers were offered for our military and first responders
Marriage becomes a Christian witness in 2013 America, as a man and woman huddle in the cold to pray together for families.
Different forms of prayer are expressed in public at Lee's Summit's City Hall on the National Day of Prayer.
People gathered in small groups to pray for specific topics as led by local clergy during the National Day of Prayer.
Several of the city's Pastors were in attendance at the National Day of Prayer. Pastor Kenny Erisman of Raintree Community Church uses an umbrella in the rain.