Several individuals with Charis Fellowship ties will take part in the National Day of Prayer observance next week in Warsaw, Ind. They include Jeff Peck, retired professor of education at Grace College; Craig Snow, Indiana District 18 state representative and member of Winona Lake, Ind., Grace Brethren Church (Kip Cone, lead pastor); and Christy Hill, professor at Grace College and Seminary and also a member of the Winona Lake church. A portion of a report about the event from the Warsaw, Ind., Times-Union, is included below. Click here to read the complete article.
70th Anniversary National Day Of Prayer Set For May 6
“Lord, pour out Your love, life and liberty” is the theme of this year’s 70th anniversary National Day of Prayer. The theme is taken from 2 Corinthians 3:17: “Now the Lord is the spirit, and where the spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.”
The 2021 date for the event is May 6. The event will be held at Warsaw Community Church at noon, according to a news release.
For those who cannot attend the noon session, it will be broadcast at 7 p.m. on WIOE 101.1 or online at www.wioe.com/fumc.shtml and www.facebook.com/KosciuskoNDP/. … Representatives from the community will be leading prayers for seven focus areas. They include: business, Dennis Cultice, executive pastor of operations at Warsaw Community Church; education, Jeffrey Peck, director of Presby Preschool and retired professor of education at Grace College; family, Rebecca Dawson, counselor and author with Simply Becoming; government, Craig Snow, Indiana state representative, District 18; media, Melissa Montana, CEO/president of Start Educational Media Network Star 88.3; military, Bill Cook, Vietnam veteran; ministry and missions, Christy Hill, professor of spiritual formation and women’s ministry at Grace College.
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