Upcoming Richmond National Day of Prayer Events


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*APRIL 29 – MAY 2 – Bible Reading Marathon at the State Capitol

We read the entire Bible aloud in 72 hours starting Mon. April 29 at 10:00 am under a tent in front of the General Assembly building using a microphone for all to hear.
CONTACT Pastor Gary Stewart, Beaverdam Baptist at revgdstewart@aol.com

*MAY 2 – State Capitol Prayer Event

Half_Page_Ad_National_Day_of_Prayer_Task_Force_web12:00 Noon – 1 p.m. – At the Bell Tower on Capitol Grounds

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OUR GUEST SPEAKER: Minh Ha Nguyen serves as the president of the Asian American CPM Fellowship (Southern Baptist), a board member of ReEstablish Richmond, the coordinator for the 777 Prayer Movement, and is working towards his Ph.D. in theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Minh Ha is a Southern Baptist ordained minister to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Our keynote speaker is Minh Ha Nguyen, founder and lead pastor of International Community Church, a multiplying house church movement in Richmond, VA. ICC’s vision and mission is to see that all ethnic people groups in Richmond are reached with the gospel of Jesus Christ. ICC is a growing network of over 20 ethnic house churches meeting in the homes of believers for worship, discipleship, and ministry. Once a month, these groups come together for a common worship celebration.

CONTACT Glen Lutz, Virginia Coordinator for the National Day of Prayer

804-560-4434 or lutzglen@aol.com

“In His name the nations will put their trust.” Matthew12:21 The National Day of Prayer was established by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Each year Christians gather at the 50 state capitols to pray for our nation

Find other events near your home at: NationalDayofPrayer.org .


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