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To the Editor:
Wednesday morning, Sept. 22, was a day and an event I won’t soon forget.

Carrollton High School’s Prayer Warriors led prayer at the flagpole outside the high school. What a fantastic turnout! This group of students is really growing fast and what a blessing to see so many students and public participate.

I want to thank these students for what they are doing. Also, thanks to student leader Hunter Hickman and Pastors Mike Doak, Gordon Warner, Seth Filburn and George Payne for their support and help with this successful event. It was a powerful morning and one that had to be pleasing to our Lord. Believe it! Good things happen when God is pleased. Prayer Warriors, you are reaching others for Jesus Christ. There is no higher calling.

A couple other National Day of Prayer members were present with me that day. They include Barb Walton and Chris McLean. We were all blessed and want you to know we stand available to help at anytime.

I close with a grateful heart and great faith in our youth. God Bless

Bonnie Little
National Day of Prayer Task Force
Carrollton, OH


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