Monday, August 9, 2010

Aiken Prayer Rally

Officials said there were over 1000 people attending the Aiken Prayer Rally tonight. The entire city council was there, several elected officials, a great number of churches and pastors, and a very enthusiastic group of God's people! The conference room was crammed with 500 people and there were more people outside (public safety closed the alley) than inside.
Thank you for caring enough to come and pray. We don't serve a "generic" or "silent" God. We need the grace and guidance of Jesus Christ, God the Son in the community of Aiken!

Friday, August 6, 2010

Same Issue in Woodruff, SC

Meeting with Mayor

I had a very good meeting with Aiken Mayor Fred Cavanaugh this morning and he will be coming to the Prayer Rally along with the city manager and several other community and state leaders.
Please continue to help get the word out to area churches and community leaders.
God bless you,

Tad Marshall

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Silence is not the answer.

Recently, the Aiken City Council received threatening correspondence from the atheist Freedom From Religion Foundation demanding that the practice of public prayer at council legislative meetings containing “references to an explicit deity” discontinue, and instead “opt for a moment of silence.”

SILENCE…they want silence. Our forefathers came to South Carolina for liberty, not silence.

Would you show your public support for the city council’s practice of asking for the blessing and help of Almighty God?

Join us for a special time of prayer on Monday, August 9 at 6:00pm at the Aiken Municipal Building: 214 Park Avenue SW, Aiken, SC. This event is not a political event, but is intended to encourage the Mayor and City Council of Aiken in their stand for prayer and the free exercise of religion.

You may also show your support by signing the petition at

Prayer Rally - August 9, 2010