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VOLUME 15  |  NUMBER 5  | MAY 2005  |  ONLINE EDITION   |  (636) 936-8119

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Season of Prayer Starts May 5th with the National Day of Prayer
By Emily Hagy

   In the secular world, the 5th of May is synonymous with Cinco de Mayo.  This year, the Mexican celebration has competition, and then some: A Season of Prayer beginning with The National Day of Prayer (NDP) on May 5th; followed by 10 days of prayer at various churches; leading up to the Global Day of Prayer (GDOP) on May 15th; concluded by 90 Days of Blessing!       
    The Christian expression of the annual National Day of Prayer is celebrated in unity, calling upon our Heavenly Father, beseeching Him to instill in our leaders the wisdom and moral convictions necessary to successfully direct and govern our blessed nation in His will. The first National Day of Prayer was called by the Continental Congress in 1775 when they were drafting the design of this nation.  If we still desire God’s will for this nation, it's time to pray, as did the early settlers led by our Founding Fathers. The Church must carry the country to God in prayer at this pivotal point in the history of our nation.

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Don't Forget to Walk4Life Saturday May 7th

   Have you made any plans yet for the Saturday of Mothers’ Day weekend?  If you are like many people, you may be planning on spending some time with your mother on Sunday as a way to honor her for all of those countless ways she shows her love.  But another great way to spend some time on Mothers’ Day weekend would be to head on over to the Tremayne Shelter at Creve Coeur Park to participate in the Pregnancy Resource Centers Walk4Life on Saturday, May 7th!
    The PRC Walk4Life is an annual fundraising event at which the Christian community comes together to enjoy time at the park and make a difference for a biblically based, Christ-centered ministry that supports life.  This year’s Walk4Life will again feature food, fun, live music and great fellowship for you, your family and your entire church family as well! 

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Wesley J. Smith to Speak at CBC Dinner April 30th
By Jim Day

    On Saturday, April 30th, the St. Louis Center for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) is hosting a ‘must attend’ dinner featuring Wesley J. Smith who will be addressing a number of issues including assisted suicide, cloning, stem cell research, and futile care. The title of his presentation is Creating a Disposable Caste of People. The event, which begins at 6 p.m., will be held at the First Evangelical Free Church, 1375 Carman Road, in Manchester, MO and reservations must be made not later than April 20th to attend.
    For those not familiar with the Center for Bioethics and Culture, the CBC is composed of doctors, nurses, ethicists, clergy, educators, and other professionals coming together to educate and equip people in the bioethics issues of the 21st Century; issues such as cloning, embryonic stem cell research, assisted suicide, euthanasia, reproductive technology, genetic technologies, nanotechnology and cybernetics.

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