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Contact: Yolanda Person, Event Coordinator, 877-385-4804, email@example.com
LOS ANGELES, May 15 /Christian Wire Service/ -- Good News- the gas prices are coming down. Clergy in Los Angeles will continue to pray Wednesday, May 17, 2006 from 12:00 NOON to 1:00 PM Pacific time at the Hollywood United Methodist Church, 6817 Franklin Avenue, Hollywood, CA 90028, along with clergy from around the country on 1-888-PRAYLIVE.
Joining Pray Live Reverend Dr. Ed Hansen, Hollywood United Methodist Church, Representation from Reverend Dr. Della Reese Lett, “Understanding Principles for Better Living” Church, and Rev. Hammond, St. Mark UMC, Pastor James Dixon, Providence Christian Church, Indianapolis, Indiana, Bishop Donald Downing, Heart to Heart Ministry, Ft. Washington, MD. Joining via Pray Live Reverend Thomas Walker, Rocky Mt. NC, Pastor Ernest Lievers, Lutherville, Maryland, Evangelist Stanley Smith, Dallas Texas, Pastor Yusef Fletcher, Greater Works International Church, Washington, DC, Pastor Le Ron Atkinson, The Ecclesia Fellowship Church, Largo, MD, Pastor Carl Smith, Newbirth Concord, Concord, California, Rev. Zelda Childs, Baltimore, Maryland, Pastor Tony Conley, Landover, Maryland, Pastor Gabriel Boateng, Alexandria, VA., Apostle Nike Daramy, Beltsville, MD, Rev. Richard Holland, Baltimore, Maryland, Rev. Dr. Claudia Miles, Baltimore, Maryland, Rev. John Miles, Baltimore, Maryland, Rev. Wilhelmina Williams, Baltimore, Maryland, Pastor Sharon Lincoln, Baltimore, Maryland, Minister C. Stanley, Cocoa, Florida, Rev. Brenda Cook, Irving, Texas, Dr. Shiral Green-Smith, Dallas, Texas, Dr. Robert Thomas, Abington, Maryland, Minister Mary Janet Black, Indianapolis, Indiana, and others.
The prayers of the clergy will be two-fold, praying for each individual and family to come up with their own energy conservation plan, and look at options so that we may preserve the resources that God has given us.
Many are talking about the rising gas and energy prices and overlooking the power of prayer when it comes to resolving this energy crisis. "It is our hope that drawing attention to the energy crisis in this way, and being accountable to God for the amount of fuel each individual spends will be the first step toward developing a consciousness of energy sharing instead of energy zapping within the hearts of Americans," says Wenda Royster, founder of www.praylive.com a 24- hour, seven day a week live prayer live, e-worship center, and Internet radio station