Clover High School Fellowship of Christian Athletes gathered May 7 at the school’s flag pole for the 64th annual National Day of Prayer.
The morning started with music and about 30 students singing “Ten Thousand Reasons.”
After the worship music, the students broke into groups to pray for the government, church, military, family, education, media, business world, and fellow students and teachers.
FCA meets at 7:45 a.m. Thursdays in the school’s new gym lobby.
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Praying for the country started as early as 1775. The National Day of Prayer became law in 1952 with the help of Conrad Hilton (Hilton Hotels) and Sen. Frank Carlson of Kansas. Visit nationaldayofprayer.org for more information.