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wpid-20130424_124523.jpgPraying at the Survivor Tree…”To the courageous and caring who responded from near and far our eternal gratitude.” These words surround the tree that defied a direct attempt on  life.  Some people did not survive.  Some are scarred and wounded in heart, mind, and body for life.  In OKC, we are grateful for a good God and cognizant of ever present evil.  On May 2nd our city gathers here to pray.  We will thank God for our blessings, repent of our faults, and ask that He ‘deliver us from evil’.

 One of our great concerns in OKC, Oklahoma, and the nation is the situation of fatherless homes.  Like the Survivor Tree, there are those that are healthy in spite of painful moments.  There are also those living in pain and scars and those that have not survived.  On behalf of fatherless fathers and fatherless children and those displaced into foster care and those that receive and support them. SALLT, First Baptist Downtown, Catholic Charities, Frontline, LifeChurch, 111 Project, Mentoring Project, Shepherd Center for Fathers/Leaders, PrayerMetro, Heartland Conference IPHC, Tabitha Baptist, Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist(Stillwater), Quail Church, Eagles’ Crest, and others are committed to pray and act.  The surge is growing daily of committed people and organizations.  We are committed to intercede and act concerning this crisis of home and family.  5pm-6:30pm National Day of Prayer….who will hear the call and come?  For the common good of our city.  Act now!


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  1. Phil Larson says:

    Reblogged this on The Community Transformation Initiative and commented:

    Continuing to build participants and a strong desire in my heart.

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