Today has been an overwhelming day with the events that have taken place in Baltimore.
Earlier today, Central Presbyterian Church published the following prayer:
Mighty God, we pray to you on behalf of our city of Baltimore. In the midst of brokenness and violence we pray for your healing and peace. We ask you to empower and encourage all who are seeking the welfare of the city; for wisdom and compassion for the leaders of the city; for safety and courage for those who protect the city. May your strong arm of mercy and justice prevail where human efforts fail.
We ask your mercy upon the victims and the perpetrators of the violence, we pray for those who are angry and those who are afraid. We ask you to move in and through your churches so that the gospel of your kingdom would be proclaimed and embodied, that the light of the glory of our Lord Jesus would shine brightly, and that your peace would come.
May your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Have mercy, Lord Jesus. Amen
Please join us as we pray for our city.
Are you interested in learning more about World Relief’s work in Malawi? Please join us for dessert on November 13th at 7 pm. Come meet Gibson Nkanauena, World Relief Country director, and hear of his work in Malawi. There is also talk of a vision trip to Malawi. Please rsvp to email@example.com.
Where: Home of Debbie Foreman, 526 East Seminary Ave Towson 21286
9 riders. 5 days. 365 miles.
Thousands of dollars raised for World Relief Programs in Cambodia and Malawi.
Thanks to all who have supported the riders along the way. It’s not to late to contribute. Click here to support a rider.
Thank you to Chelsea Hudson of Chelsea Hudson Photography for capturing the Welcome Home Celebration today.