Volume 52, Number 35

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Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, August 27, 2015

“Salvation Bell” rally held here

“Salvation Bell” rally held hereRandy C. Davis will be traveling to every county – all 95 Tennessee counties during the next 12 months -- to lead prayer rallies in or on the steps of courthouses in every county seat town.
The rally was held in Pickett County will be at the Pickett County Courthouse in Byrdstown at July 30th.
As Davis travels to each county he will ring a bell which has been designated the “Salvation Bell.”
The “Salvation Bell” is mounted in the bed of a specially painted pickup with the words “Praying Across Tennessee.”
In addition to praying for spiritual awakening, the rallies will be used as a platform to pray for and express appreciation for “public servants and our Baptist pastors” in each county, Davis said.
“The bell will be used,” explained Davis, “to help raise awareness that Tennessee is no longer a church field but is now a mission field.”

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