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Gov. Jindal Invites Pastors to Join Him in LA to Pray

Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will host a major event for Christian Pastors called, “The Response-Louisiana: A Call to Prayer for a Nation in Crisis.” It will be held January 24th, 2015 at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge.

Over 100,000 evangelical pastors are being invited by American Renewal Project leader David Lane. On January 24, 2015 Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal will host “The Response-Louisiana: A Call to Prayer for a Nation in Crisis.” As we fast and pray for America, we hope that you will join us at this special event, held at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge.

In addition to this Saturday event, we’re planning something special for the Friday too. We are asking 63,000 Evangelical pastors to begin praying to discern if God is calling you to run for political office in 2016.
Governor Jindal’s prominent attendees include Oklahoma Senator-Elect James Lankford, former congressman J.C. Watts, Pastor Rob McCoy (who is narrowly losing his race for a seat in the California Assembly) and Dr. Bruce K. Waltke, Old Testament Scholar and Professor Emeritus of Biblical Studies, Regent College. He’ll be teaching the pastors about “Proverbs and Politics.”

This important national message has been sent to you from Ruth Schofield, founder of the Washington Report and Embassy for World Peace, Washington, D.C.

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