Spirits raised, encouraged at Monett Prayer Breakfast

Saturday, May 6, 2017
Community leaders at all levels participated in the Monett Chamber of Commerce’s Prayer Breakfast, including Mayor Mike Brownsberger, at left, and dentist Dr. David Honeycutt, at right. The Monett Kiwanis Club served a complimentary breakfast to those attending. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com

Community leaders at all levels participated in the Monett Chamber of Commerce’s Prayer Breakfast, including Mayor Mike Brownsberger.

Pastor Jimmy Copley of Chapel of Grace, at left, closed the prayer breakfast, leading those attending in prayer. Paul Lanning, pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Monett, second from left, opened the hour-long program. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
Monett community leaders gathered Thursday for the annual Prayer Breakfast, offered jointly by the Chamber and the Monett Chamber of Commerce and Monett Ministerial Association and held at the City Park Casino. Bill Cox from the First Baptist Church provided the main message and focused on renewal and letting go to allow God to work. Murray Bishoff/times-news@monett-times.com
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  • Praying is possibly the most personal thing one can do...anyone else mystified that this would be a front page picture?!

    -- Posted by common-tater on Sat, May 6, 2017, at 11:16 PM
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