BRITISH TEENS PRAY TO REVIVE COUNTRY'S CHRISTIAN HERITAGE

The Cornish Guardian

"Teenagers gathered at Bodmin College... for a Youth Day with prayers and walking. More than 100 youngsters took part in the event, which was part of a county-wide day named 'Praying Together for Cornwall,' organized by three Redruth men who were attempting to revive the county's Christian heritage. The Bodmin crowd spent their day praying for their schools and colleges, their friends and families, and youth groups. They also walked to the top of the Beacon where they prayed beneath the obelisk looking out to each point of the county. Other highlights of their day included the teenagers linking hands to pray around a giant-sized map of Cornwall in the college sports hall.... Event chairman Phil Rodda said: 'We hope that one and all will join us to pray together for Cornwall. This is something all Christians can be part of as we express our love and concern to God in prayer.'"

The Cornish GuardianOctober 2, 2003

November 17, 2003
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