National Day of Prayer

Gatherings held locally for prayer

by W. Winston Skinner

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Winston Skinner

Members of the St. Smyrna Baptist Church Prayer Team sing with passion during the community prayer breakfast. From left are Belinda Cruver, Linda Kirkland, Brooke Portress and Edna Portress. Accompanying them is Kenneth Cooper.

“In His Name the nations will put their hope.”

The passage from Matthew 12:21 was on many Cowetans’ minds Thursday as the National Day of Prayer was observed. The verse was the chosen passage for this year’s NDOP.

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