2016 Day of Prayer

The 65th annual National Day of Prayer (NDP) was observed Thursday, May 5, 2016, focusing on the theme, “Wake Up America.” Millions of people all across the nation took time out from their normal activities to pray at various public gatherings, in small groups, and in their homes. Here in the greater Killeen-Fort Hood area, this year’s Pre-NDP activities began with a prayer rally at Leo Buckley Stadium on Saturday, April 30, followed by … Continue reading

2015 Day of Prayer

The 64th annual National Day of Prayer (NDP) was observed Thursday, May 7, with more than 43,000 prayer events around the nation. Here in the greater Killeen/Fort Hood area, NDP 2015 began Saturday, May 2, with preliminary prayer activities including a ‘Jericho Prayer Ride’ by area bikers, an outreach day at Long Branch Park, and a Citywide Prayer Gathering at Leo Buckley Stadium. Then on Wednesday, May 6, there was … Continue reading

2014 Day of Prayer

The 63rd annual National Day of Prayer (NDP) was observed Thursday, May 1, 2014, with some prayer activities beginning the day before, and the final gathering taking place Saturday, May 3. Hundreds of people attended the numerous prayer events that were held throughout the greater Killeen-Fort Hood area. The theme for this year (as selected by the NDP task force in Colorado Springs) was One Voice, United in Prayer, emphasizing … Continue reading

2013 Day of Prayer

The 62nd annual National Day of Prayer was observed Thursday, May 2, 2013. This year’s theme chosen by the NDP Task Force in Colorado Springs was,  “Pray for America,” based on Matthew 12:21, “In His name the nations will put their hope.” This is a reminder for us that our nation and its leaders need divine wisdom in order to handle the difficult challenges we face today. More than 2 … Continue reading

2012 Day of Prayer

The 61st Annual National Day of Prayer was observed Thursday, May 3, 2012. The theme, as established by the NDP task force was, “One Nation Under God,” based on Psalm 33:12 which states, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord.” Nationwide, it is estimated that more than 2 million people attended prayer gatherings at businesses, schools, churches, city halls, county courthouses and state capitols, along with a large … Continue reading