Do We Need a National Day of Prayer?

by | May 01, 2014

Mormon Life

The message for this year’s National Day of Prayer is simple: unite.

In honor of the 63rd annual National Day of Prayer, about 40,000 people from across the United States are expected to participate in the event that honors prayer, the Christian Broadcasting Network reported. They’ll be celebrating under one idea — “One Voice, United in Prayer.”

But do believers need a National Day of Prayer? Is it something the United States should have?

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