Recently a team from the SW Coastal Region traveled to DC with the assignment of prayer. They prayed for unity to prevail for the good of the nation, and were encouraged to spend time getting to know their particular elected officials to build strong relationships.
In August of 1997, Susan Mellen’s life took a drastic turn. Accused and convicted of a crime she did not commit she was sent to prison for 17 years.
When the Williamsburg, KY Lighthouse noticed that people were not coming to their monthly meetings, they decided to do something different and take the meeting out into the community.
Recently the Clarion, PA Lighthouse joined with the Awaken the Dawn event that took place in 419 towns across America.
Faith Gourley, President, reports that Aglow was involved in many ways from general support, to finding worshippers, to getting the sound system, and making declarations, worshipping, and praying.
Each Awaken the Dawn event took place beneath a tent. The gazebo at the Clarion Veteran's Memorial Park was used as the 'tent'. The sense was that those who have fought to preserve America's freedom were remembered and honored by using the gazebo.
Cathy Caylor, NE Regional Director, participated, too, decreeing that the NE Region is a new wineskin that is daily filled with fresh, new wine as they give God first place in all they do.
Building relationship within the community is a powerful way to bring unity with Churches, businesses, and families.
In July a team from the Raleigh Aglow Lighthouse got together to pray at an elementary, middle, high school, and a college, symbolizing children of each age group throughout NC.