Community Prayer Breakfast Set For Jan. 16Jan. 13, 1998
More than 1,000 members of the Baylor University and Waco communities will begin the new year in prayer at 7 a.m. Friday at the Ferrell Center during the President's Community Prayer Breakfast.
Dr. Milton Cunningham, director of denominational ministries and university chaplain, said the Waco community has shown great response to the annual breakfast.
"The prayer breakfast gives us not only the opportunity to fellowship, but to ask the Lord's guidance for the coming year," Cunningham said. "As Baylor and the Waco community seek to find ways to work together, this cooperation along spiritual lines will serve as a great help to us."
Dr. Brian Harbour, pastor of Richardson's First Baptist Church and a lecturer at Truett Seminary, will serve as keynote speaker during the ceremony. Holly Hansen, a Baylor student from Granbury, will share a testimony and offer a prayer during the service.
Monsignor Mark Deering, pastor of St. Louis Catholic Church in Waco, Dr. Lucille Brigham, assistant professor of mathematics at Baylor, and Dr. Tom Potts, professor of finance at Baylor, will lead the prayer breakfast participants in prayer.
Baylor students Laura Brown, Theresa Shanks, Tashica Williams and Angela Wood will provide special music. The Baylor Faculty Woodwind Quintet of Helen Ann Shanley, Margaret Robinson, Dr. Doris LeLoach, Dr. Richard Shanley and Dr. Kenton Moore also will provide special music.
For more information, contact Cunningham at 710-3522.