Day 4 Bus Tour Recap
We started Day Four at Crossroads Bible Church in Bedford, Pennsylvania. The church is set in a picture postcard setting with rolling hills, beautiful fall trees, a corn field, and a beautiful church campus. Pastor Mark Dillow spoke with great boldness on the position of the church in today’s culture. Penny Nance, CWA’s CEO and President, was joined by Jenna Ellis, attorney, and host of The Jenna Ellis Show on Salem Podcast Network. They discussed the role of the church in policy issues not politics and how important it is that the church be engaged in these issues. Annabelle Rutledge, National Director of Young Women for America, shared about how important our votes are to the younger generations who depend on us to be their voice.
The second stop of the day was a little different from our other stops. We stopped at a small church in Harrisburg, where the pastor had asked us to come and pray over his church and the surrounding neighborhood. He said that there were strongholds that needed to be broken, so we pulled the bus up, and we prayed! CWA’s State Director, Dilonna Coran, and Kurt Weaver from the Family Policy Council joined us for a concentrated time of prayer over this church and its neighborhood.
While in Harrisburg, we could not pass up the opportunity to get a picture of our bus in front of the state capitol.
The last stop of the day was at Berean Bible Church in Pottstown. Vanessa Saylor, CWA’s Prayer/Action Chapter Leader, lead a Q&A session with Penny, Jenna, Dilonna, and Annabelle. It was a wonderful conversation covering topics from election integrity, being women like Esther, and the importance of being engaged in the election process. Watch it on Facebook.
Day 5 Bus Tour Recap
On Day Five of our bus tour, we headed into Philadelphia to Iglesia Christiana Avivamiento where we picked up a group of Hispanic pastors and church members and our Pennsylvania State Director, Dilonna Coran. As the bus drove around the city of Philadelphia, this group of believers prayed for their city and for the moral climate of their communities. It was an amazing time of anointed prayer as these men and women poured out their hearts to the Lord for the salvation of their city. Our bus was filled with the presence of the Holy Spirit as they interceded for their churches, their communities, the city, and the nation as a whole. It was such a blessing to have them as a part of our bus tour.
After we dropped our friends back at the church, the bus headed south towards Atlanta. We took a little detour onto the campus at Liberty University, where we were greeted by an enthusiastic group from Liberty University’s Young Women for America chapter. We took lots of pictures and handed out signs and t-shirts. Britton Miller, our Young Women for America President at Liberty, and Teresa Pregnall, CWA’s Virginia State Director, encouraged the young women and men to be sure they are registered to vote and then be sure that they vote.