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Perspectives: Join us: National Day of Prayer


If you were tried in a court of law, using the Bible as the guide for being a Christian, would you be found “guilty or innocent?”

This word is for the “Guilty.” II Chronicles 7:14. “If my people which are called by my name (Jesus), shall:

Humble themselves,


Seek my face,

Turn from their wicked ways,


I will hear from heaven,

I will forgive their sin,

I will heal their land.”

Does our world need healing?

Does our nation need healing?

Does Alaska need healing?

Does Ketchikan and Southeast Alaska need healing?

Would you who are found guilty of being a Christian join with millions across our nation and make a difference?

The National Day of Prayer is Thursday, May 2. Ketchikan will meet on Thursday at:

• Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly chambers. Noon, 1900 First Ave.

• Ketchikan City Council chambers. Noon. 334 Front St. (Third floor).

• Clover Pass Christian School. 11 a.m. 105 North Point Higgins Road.

• Saxman Pentecostal Church of God. Noon. 2614 Eagle Ave.,

A citywide prayer meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Presbyterian Church, 2711 Second Ave.

A list of prayer needs will be available. Come and make a difference.

The Rev. Bill White is a pastor of Lighthouse Church of God and a member of the Ketchikan Ministerial Association.


Perspectives is a regular column sponsored and written by members of the Ketchikan Ministerial Association.