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National Day of Prayer theme in Kansas is the National Motto

The National Day of Prayer for 2022 is May 5th. The theme in Kansas this year is also our National Motto: “In God We Trust.” This year’s theme actually honors Kansas’ former President Dwight D. Eisenhower. In 1956 he signed into law the National Motto, “In God We Trust.” He also was responsible for putting it on our paper money.

This year’s Theme Verse is Psalm 33:12: “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, the people whom He has chosen for His own inheritance.”

In Topeka, the National Day of Prayer event will be held May 5, 2022 at 12:00 Noon in the Capitol Rotunda. Entrance is on the north side at street level, 8th & Jackson St.  For details contact Dave DePue at 785-249-7604.

To Register your Kansas location for National Day of Prayer, contact jana@cultureshield.com or call 316-516-0777.

Other NDOP event locations in Kansas and the greater Kansas City area include:

Topeka, KS – 7:00-8:30AM “Early Morning Prayer Meeting,” Topeka Reformed Presbyterian Church, 8345 SW 33rd St. Pastor Brad Johnson. Register at brjusa@gmail.ccom

Wichita, KS – 7p.m. – Riverlawn Christian Church, 4243 N. Meridian

Eureka, KS – 12:00 Noon – Greenwood County Courthouse, lawn Gazebo. Sponsored by the Eureka Area Ministerial Alliance.

Sharon Springs, KS – 12:00 Noon, Wallace County Courthouse Steps, 313 Main St.

Liberal, KS – 12:00 Noon, Light Park, 1100 N Kansas Ave.

Goodland, KS – 12:00 Noon, Sherman County Courthouse, 813 Broadway Ave.

Cheney, KS – 12:00 Noon, Veterans Memorial Park, North Main St.

Andover, KS – 12:00 Noon, Faith Baptist Church, 417 W. Central Ave.

Prairie Village, KS – 10AM, City Hall, 7700 Mission Road. Contact Natalie at Natalieswolfe@gmail.com

Lenexa, KS  12:00 Noon, Sarko-Par Trails Park, Grand Pavilion W 87th Pkwy and Greenway. Contact David McCowan (231-798-5445)

Shawnee, KS – 11;00AM to 11:30AM, Shawnee City Hall, 11110 Johnson Drive, Contact Chris Winn (913-485-6991)

Overland Park, KS  12:00 Noon – Thompson Park, 8045 Sante Fe Drive. Contact Patricia Brown (913-486-8489) or Clint Hall (913-205-9694)

Leawood, KS  12:00 Noon, Leawood City Hall, 4800 Town Center Drive, Contact Susie Barnes (913-851-5996) or Charlotte McGahan (913-803-3831)

Olathe, KS  12:00 Noon, Johnson County Courthouse, 100 E. Santa Fe, (Park across street). Contact Gary Kendall (913-269-1026) or Nicole Dinsmore (913-256-8286)

Lee’s Summit, MO – 8AM-9AM, Lee’s Summit City Hall – 220 SE Green St. Contact Fel Bagunu (816-674-7938) or Adam Chiarelli (816-423-9729)

Northland Kansas City, MO – 7PM to 8PM, Harmony Vineyard Church – 600 NE 46th St. Contact John Brown (816-587-8898)

Independence, MO – 6:30 PM, Convergence Point, 4220 S. Hocker Dr. Contact Joe Nicola (816-260-9459)

National MottoCulture Shield Network, based in Wichita, has partnered with believers all across the state and distributed over 3000 framed pictures of the National Motto. If you would like to make these available for your city and county, send an email to donna@culturehsield.com. There will be no charge for these beautiful pictures. It is suggested that you place them in public places, government buildings, businesses, and schools.

Nationwide, the National Day of Prayer theme is “Exalt the Lord who has established us. Colossians 2:6-7”. For more information and to find or register events, visit www.nationaldayofprayer.org.


National Broadcast

Christian singers Chris Tomlin, Lecrae and Matthew West will be among the featured performers in a National Day of Prayer broadcast on May 5 from Washington D.C.

Pray.com and the National Day of Prayer Task Force are sponsoring the event from the Museum of the Bible in Washington as tens of thousands of prayer gatherings will be highlighted across the country on this special day.

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Speakers for this year’s event include Pastors A. R. Bernard and Skip Heitzig; ministry leaders Chip Ingram, Joni Eareckson Tada, Anne Graham Lotz and Nick Hall; and National Day of Prayer Task Force President Kathy Branzell.

The 2022 National Day of Prayer Broadcast will take place at 7 p.m. on May 5. The event will air through partners such as GodTV, Daystar Television Network, the Bott and Faith Radio Networks and many more, as well as on websites and social media platforms.

–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice News

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