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Oakwood University alum Barry Black explains inspiration for prayers in U.S. Senate
"The core content of the daily prayer that U.S. Senate Chaplain – and Oakwood University alumnus – Barry Black offers for the 100 senators comes from, he says, “God texting me.”Black explained the source of his inspiration for the prayers, which received national attention during the 16-day government shut-down, when the retired two-star Navy admiral spoke in Huntsville at the Pastoral Evangelism & Leadership Council held at Oakwood University the second week of December. The PELC attracts more than 1,000 Seventh-day Adventist clergy and church workers from around the U.S. and the world for the annual four-day seminar."
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