Mark your calendar for May 7, 2014, and sign up now, so you can join host Michele Bachmann, emcee Mike Huckabee and some of America’s most principled public servants in observing the 225th anniversary of President George Washington’s inauguration as president. This video-streaming event – called "Washington: A Man of Prayer 2014” – will take place inside the U.S. Capitol’s historic Statuary Hall and will be live-streamed by WND. You can be there virtually and experience the history-in-the-making, the camaraderie, the inspiration and the prayers, just by signing up on this page for FREE, and then logging in on May 7.
The brainchild of Dan Cummins, pastor of Bridlewood Church in Bullard, Texas, the ceremony will include members of Congress and national Christian leaders honoring the first U.S. president as a man of Christian faith. Several members of Congress will offer prayers on behalf of the nation, the president and his Cabinet, the Supreme Court and its justices, and members of Congress.
The event seeks to reaffirm the importance the Founding Fathers placed on faith in God and His laws as absolutely essential to good government.
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To find out more information visit the Washington: A Man of Prayer website.
You will receive an email reminder the day of the event.
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