Church offers prayer stations during election

November 5, 2012

LUDINGTON – The Ludington House of Prayer, located at Prayer and Praise Assembly of God, will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday. The church is encouraging Christians to come there and pray for the elections.

“Whether you come for a short time or stay for the whole time, we are encouraging believers to come and pray for our nation during this important process,” said Henrik Lidman, senior pastor of Prayer and Praise. “This isn’t about how you voted. It’s about praying for our nation.”

The prayer house, located in the church’s sanctuary, will include prayer stations “that will help you to pray for each election,” Lidman said. “My heart for this is to provide a place for people to come and ask for God’s direction as they vote and to provide a place where we can intercede for our nation.

“My hope is that many people will come and that our prayer room will provide a safe place for people to pray for this nation.”

Prayer and Praise is located at 501 N. Staffon Street.

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