Friday, May 1, 2020

"And With This Faith" Faith Leaders Prepare for National Day of Prayer, May 7, at State Capitol

Contact:  Rev. Arthur L. Hunt, Jr., D.D. | National Day of Prayer, Arkansas State Coordinator  870.623.8179  
Faith First Responders United, COO | 501.683.8555

National Day of Prayer Arkansas State Capitol Observance Thursday, May 7, 11AM
      {Via Live Stream: No Public Gathering}

May 1, 2020, LITTLE ROCK— The cleansing of the nation from Arkansas across America by the washing of the Word of God will be the backdrop for the National Day of Prayer, Arkansas State Capitol Observance that takes place on May 7, 2020.  The 69th Observance is themed: “AND WITH THIS FAITH.” It is scheduled from 11am—11:30am inside the Governor’s Press Room at the State Capitol. The prayer focus will declare how faith in God is the driving power gained from reading and praying God’s Word. The National Day of Prayer nationwide will be a relevant source of strength amid the coronavirus pandemic. Due to guidelines on gathering in churches and venues, this year a different format is taking place and will be streamed live.

The Happenings: Inside and Outside the Capitol
At 11am, Governor Hutchinson will be surrounded by seven persons who all will be offering prayers from Arkansas across America in this 30-minute National Day of Prayer Observance. We will pray for Arkansas and America. Governor Hutchinson will be positioned in the center of this spirit and prayer-filled moment and surrounded by three prayer leaders on each side praying for:
  1. Government & Military
    1. President, Congress & Agencies
    2. State & Local Leaders
    3. Military & Police
2.       Doctors, Nurses, Hospitals, Medical First Responders, First Responders
  1. The Economy: Businesses & Employees
  2. Education: Teachers, Students, Professors & Administrators
  3. Families
  4. The Marginalized in Our Community – Homeless, Food Insecure, Suddenly Jobless
7.       Pastors & Churches; Faith First Responders

During the Hours of 8am and 12noon, The Faith First Responders will be on the steps of the State Capitol prior to and during the service in groups of ten, with ministers, pastors and Faith First Responders, praying and reading scripture passages on to uplift Arkansans on behalf of their communities.  It will be a day where more people will be set to pray and re-enter their communities with even a greater passion for love, unity and truly being a part of a nation that is truly ‘ONE’ under God.  For more information and how the lineup will go at the State Capitol, to get on the life stream, etc. persons may call 501.683.8555 or visit

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