Dr. Karen Bullock, Director of Carroll’s Ph.D. program, is featured in EthicsDaily.com with her article entitled Why National Day of Prayer is More Urgent Than Ever.
May 4 2017
Here are four practical ways to engage with our families, friends, faith and civil communities on May 4:
- Set aside a special time on May 4 to engage in thoughtful prayer. Pray specifically for our elected leaders, police, fire and other officials.
- If possible, fast on that day, focusing your mind and heart upon our nation’s need for God’s guidance.
- Cross boundaries to invite others to pray. If your church, religious community, neighborhood or city has no service planned, be the one to do so.
- Believe in faith that God will move. He has promised to respond when we humbly turn to him.