SPIRIT 105.3 Invites Listeners to Participate in “Day Of Prayer & Hope” Thursday, March 19

CRISTA Media has announced that Seattle-based radio station SPIRIT 105.3 (KCMS – Seattle) will host a “Day of Prayer & Hope” for the community this Thursday, March 19.

Between 6:00 AM and 7:00 PM, SPIRIT 105.3 on-air talent and staff will be praying each hour over specific topics (see below). During these thirteen hours, listeners are also encouraged to call the prayer hotline at 866.299.1053 to relay their own prayer requests to a live person. As always, prayer requests can also be texted to SPIRIT 105.3 anytime at 89419. Hourly prayer topics include:

6:00 AM 7:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 11:00 AM

Praying over service workers of any kind. Praying over parents.
Praying over people in high risk categories. Praying over churches.

Praying over small businesses. Praying over lost jobs.

12:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:00 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:00 PM

Praying over those recovering from Coronavirus in Seattle and around the world. Praying over healthcare workers.
Praying over government leaders at all levels.
Praying over first responders, police, firefighters and military.

Praying over the homeless population.
Praying over teachers, students and schools.
Praying over all of us, a prayer of faith, a prayer against fear.

Stated TJ Malievsky, Vice President of CRISTA Media: “At a time like this, the truth that God is always with us and hears our prayers should remind us that we will make it through this together. The Day of Prayer & Hope is one of many ways in which the radio stations and ministries of CRISTA wish to lead our community to come together and shine a light.”

For media inquiries, please contact Ben Wilson at bwilson@crista.net or 206.546.7487.

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