National Solemn Assembly Becomes Solemn Celebration With The Overturn Of Roe V Wade

Monday, June 27, 2022
From left, Sally Daugherty, Doug Daugherty, Brenda Wysong, and Charlie Wysong, coordinators of the Solemn Celebration
From left, Sally Daugherty, Doug Daugherty, Brenda Wysong, and Charlie Wysong, coordinators of the Solemn Celebration
- photo by Ltc. Savas Kyriakidis

At a news conference on Monday, Hamilton Flourishing announced the “Solemn Prayer Assembly, now becomes a Solemn Celebration” after The Supreme Court Justices overturns Roe v Wade. The community will join thousands of others across the nation on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Calvary Chapel Chattanooga 3415 Broad St., to "show solidarity through prayer for our country as we celebrate the protection of life and our unborn." Local and national speakers will lead this time of prayer. A live broadcast will be made available with the link promoted prior to the event.

“The fall of Roe v. Wade was D-Day for abortion," said Doug Daugherty, senior president of Hamilton Flourishing, organizing this national gathering. "On D-Day, June 6, 1944, the allies landed on Normandy beach, the largest invasion in world history. But surrender was not for 11 months later on May 7,1945 on the Missouri battleship. We know victory is on the way, but battles from the Presidency, Congress, and the Supreme Court, every church in the land, every state, city, county seat to the school board must be fought. The battle is intense! But prayer and hard work will win in two years. I believe Nov. 7, 2024, will the end, and the beginning. Life will win.”

Co-sponsors of this national gathering include:

Founding Cosponsors:
Calvary Chapel of Chattanooga, Pastor Frank Ramseur with Adam Calabrese
American Association of Evangelicals, Kelly Kullberg, Founding Director
Hamilton Flourishing, Doug Daugherty, President
Ten Commandments Project, Charlie Wysong, President
Lou Engle, Leads “The Call”
Church of the Firstborn, Alfred Johnson, Founding Pastor*
National Memorial to the Unborn, Linda Keener, Chairman
Family Policy Alliance, Tom Minnery, President Emeritus
Black Americans for Life - Kay James, Founder*
Right to Life of Greater Chattanooga – Candy Clepper, President
Chattanooga House of Prayer, Adam Whitescarver, Executive Director.
J-103 Radio, Partners For Christian Media, Bob Lubell, Founder
National Prayer Committee, Dave Butts, Chairman
Intercessors for America, Dave Kubal, President
Wellington Boone Ministries and Coalition for Revival, Bishop Wellington Boone, Founder and Coleader COF
The Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, Marjorie Dannenfelser, CEO
Family Action Council of Tennessee, David Fowler, President
American Values - Gary Bauer, President
Congressional Prayer Caucus, Senator Randy Forbes, President
Students for Life, Krystan Hawkins, President
National and State Political Leaders, Tate Reeves, Governor of Mississippi*
More being added.  * Tentative as of June 6

For more information, please visit HamiltonFlourishing.org or email HamFlourishing@gmail.com.  To view online service on June 30, visit: calvarychatt.online.church



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