60,000 People Gathered in Times Square to Pray; Event Ignored by Mainstream Media
Teresa Neumann (September 23, 2009)
Event organizers from Time Square Church had expected about 15,000 to attend but their expectations "were far exceeded at the third event of its kind in the last three years."
(New York, N.Y.)You may not have heard about this on CNN or MSNBC, but you'll "hear" it here on BCN: On Sunday, September 20, 60,000 people gathered in Times Square to pray for one hour at a Christian rally dubbed "Prayer in the Square." (Photo: NYCprayer.org)
According to a WorldNetDaily report, event organizers from Time Square Church had expected about 15,000 to attend but their expectations "were far exceeded at the third event of its kind in the last three years."
Said Carter Conlon, pastor of the Times Square Church: "The Lord called us to host, fund and organize this event for the last three years. He told us that the first year would establish credibility with the city, and we have received positive feedback from various city agencies, including the office of the Mayor himself, commending us for honesty, order, and keeping our word. The second year confirmed to local churches that this was not the beginning of some new ministry but rather a gathering for the sole purpose of one hour of prayer, in humility, with all denominations represented and no personalities or ministry showcased. Those who have attended can attest to the fact that this has been so. Everything has unfolded exactly as the Lord impressed upon our hearts it would."
Source: Staff WorldNetDaily
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