Individuals affiliated with Charis Fellowship congregations or ministries will lead during the annual National Day of Prayer observance in Winona Lake, Ind. Dr. Bill Katip, Grace College and Seminary, will present the keynote address. Other Charis Fellowship participants are: Pastor Tim Sprankle, Leesburg, Ind., Grace Church; and Dr. Rachel Hoffert, professor of education at Grace College. Aaron Scantlen and Rich Dick, who both attend the Winona Lake, Ind., Grace Brethren Church (Bruce Barlow, lead pastor), will provide music. A story at the online news site, InkFreeNews, reports the complete list. A portion of that story appears below. Click here to read the complete article.
National Day Of Prayer Being Held In Winona Lake
Unity is the theme of the 67th annual observance of National Day of Prayer. Locally, the event will meet at noon Thursday, May 3, at the Winona Heritage Room, 901 Park Ave., Winona Lake, to pray for the community and the country.
Dr. William J. Katip will be this year’s keynote speaker. Katip has 40 years of college administration and teaching experience. His background includes college admissions, student life and academic affairs. He has held positions at several colleges and universities including Robert Morris University, Geneva College, Western Baptist College and Cornerstone University. In June 2007, Katip moved back to Indiana and became provost at Grace College and Seminary in Winona Lake. Katip accepted the role of president of the institution in May 2013.
Music will be provided by the Grace Gospel Choir led by Aaron Scantlen. Richard Dick, who retired from teaching and directing music at Concord High School, will be at the piano.
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