This 22nd annual Green Bay observance of the National Day of Prayer will be a reflection on the rich prayer history here in Brown County, a compelling look at our past, present and future spoken by the founder, Mary Dunsmoor; and the future coordinator, Pat Boyer.
Immediately following the Breakfast, people of prayer will join together on their knees and agree in coverage for our community; praying for family, education, business, government, ministry, media and entertainment/sports.
Most people think of slavery as a thing of the past, but sadly, it still exists, even in Green Bay. Come hear Colleen Strafford, victim of human trafficking, share her compelling testimony of redemption from prostitution, addiction and crime; and hear how God is using her to combat human trafficking in the 920 area code.
Scripture tells us that when God's children get together as one to cry out to Him, it moves His heart and changes the course of history. This evening of prayer will see folks from all over the community praying with one voice over our nation for God to hear us, to forgive us and heal us as individuals, as a church, as a city, as a state, and as a nation.