Post and Courer seeking reflections on power of prayer

  • Posted: Thursday, October 17, 2013 5:51 p.m.

The role of prayer in our lives has been studied by a wide range of professionals from scientists and physicians to the clergy. The Post and Courier would like to share your stories about how prayer has changed or impacted your life.

Please send us up to 75 words (no more please) describing the effect prayer has had on your life and attach a photo headshot if possible. We will publish as many testimonies as space allows.

Everyone who shares their story will be entered to receive a ticket to the Charleston Leadership Foundation’s 12th Annual Prayer Breakfast on Nov. 6 at the North Charleston Convention Center, featuring internationally known speaker and writer Phil Cooke. Tickets will be distributed by a blind drawing. Send your story to rscott@postandcourier.com by Oct. 29.

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