– Atlanta’s Challenge and ConQuest members may be too young
to vote, but they still found a way to get
involved in the upcoming election, by organizing an afternoon of
‘Prayer in the Park’ for local youth and families to
pray for the nation.
About 300 people attended the event on October
24, which included prayer, speakers, and music. Several speakers were
featured, including 2 seniors from Pinecrest Academy, as well as
Parkway Presbyterian youth minister Lance Cobb and others. They addressed
the power of prayer and its importance for the election.
words were put into practice right then and there with
an ‘open-mic’ moment of prayer for the nation. The speaking
was interspersed with music provided by Br. Brother John Klein
LC and the Parkway Presbyterian Youth band.
an important moment for the kids,” said consecrated member Maru
Fernández, “Especially our club members who, even though they can’t
vote this election, have the power of prayer; with that,
they CAN make a difference. It was moving to see
Protestants, Catholics, dads, moms, kids, teens, all gather together to
pray for the country and this coming election.”