Join us for Starkville’s Observance of the National Day of Prayer this THURSDAY!!!


Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman, Oktibbeha County Supervisor Marvell Howard, Mississippi Senator Gary Jackson, Lindsey Wiseman and Rev. Joseph Stone will be  the guest speakers at Starkville’s Observance of the 2016 National Day of Prayer. This year’s event will be at noon May 5 (This THURSDAY) at the Starkville Sportsplex Activities Room. Vicki Burnett of FBC Starkville will share special music for the event.  Come join us for a time to prayer for our community, our state and our nation. Pepper and I hope to see you there!

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Wiseman, Howard and Jackson to speak at Starkville’s National Day of Prayer 2016


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Starkville Mayor Parker Wiseman, Oktibbeha County Supervisor Marvell Howard and Mississippi Senator Gary Jackson will be among the guest speakers at Starkville’s Observance of the 2016 National Day of Prayer. This year’s event will be at noon May 5 at the Starkville Sportsplex Activities Room. Come join us for a time to prayer for our community, our state and our nation.

 

Starkville’s Observance of the National Day of Prayer set for May 7


NDP_2015Theme-Content_403x403_2.00While it is important to pray for the community and its leaders every day, Starkville’s Observance of the National Day of Prayer will be a special time for residents to come together as a group to pray for our community, our state and our nation.

Starkville’s observance of the National Day of Prayer is set for noon May 7 at the Starkville Sportsplex. The public is invited to attend.

As part of this year’s event, community leaders will share their personal testimony of the importance of prayer in eight key areas of every community, including government, military, business, media, family, church, education and healthcare. Continue reading

Starkville Mayor to discuss the importance of prayer for government at Starkville’s NDOP 2015 observance


Parker WisemanStarkville Mayor Parker Wiseman will discuss the importance of prayer for our local, state and national government as part of Starkville’s Observance of the National Day of Prayer 2015.

Wiseman will be one of eight guest speakers discussing the importance of prayer in vital areas of the community. The event is set for noon, May 7 at the Starkville Sportsplex. The public is invited to attend.

From Starkville’s observance of the National Day of Prayer 2014


 

 

Voice of the people: Gwen Sisson

 I would like to thank the Starkville community for the wonderful turnout at this year’s Starkville observance of the National Day of Prayer. I would like to thank our speakers: Mayor Parker Wiseman, Rev. Joseph Stone, Rev. Giles Lindley, Marvell Howard, Dr. Paul Miller, Dr. Paul Ruff, Michelle Lowe and Sen. Gary Jackson, for the incredible job they did sharing their personal perspectives on prayer. I would also like to thank Tom Jenkins who set the tone for the day’s event with his musical talents.

What a wonderful time we had this week. It was a wonderful opportunity to unite for a time of prayer for Starkville, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi and the United States. Communities throughout the nation also took time out of their busy schedules to pray together. It was a special way to unite the community and the nation, and I am very happy to be part of such a special event.

I would also like to thank Michelle Tehan of The Biscuit Shop, Lynette McDougald of University Florist, Jay Yates at The Veranda, Carolyn Abadie of the BookMart and Cafe, Vicki Leach of Miss Vicki’s Custom Cuisine, Arma Ruth DeLaCruz of Eat With Us Group, Katharine Hewlett of the Palmer Home for Children and Wendy Brewer of Starkville Flooring for their donations to the event. Thank y’all so much!

If you were unable to join us, you truly missed a special blessing. Please make plans to join us next year on the first Thursday in May for Starkville’s observance of the National Day of Prayer.

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