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twelve23 Prayer Movement for America.

The University of Mobile, a growing and impressive private institution in southern Alabama, has launched an ambitious project called the twelve23 Prayer Movement for America. The idea is deceptively simple: Every day from October 1 through election day, at either 12:23 a.m. or 12:23 p.m., say a quick but heartfelt prayer for this nation. Sign the contract pledging to do so, here. It sure can’t hurt, and it just might help. Take a look.

Let me add this: I spent eight years as an editorial writer in Mobile. When I got there, I didn’t even know this college existed. By the time I left, I had identified the University of Mobile as a linchpin an revitalizing the city of Prichard, a bankrupt city in Mobile County, bordering the city of Mobile. The university sits at the north end of Prichard, on beautiful land, and its strong leadership and good (conservative) values make it not just a good place for learning but also an engine of growth. That said, this prayer movement is meant not to be local, but national. It’s meant not to bolster the university, but instead to bolster this country. And while the university is Baptist, this project is decidedly ecumenical. Again, it’s well worth a look.

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