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"Rebuilding the Walls" New Orleans Prayer Breakfast

8/13/2007 - 12:00 AM PST

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BATON ROUGE, LA - AUGUST 13, 2007 - What: New Orleans Religious Leaders gather to start rebuilding New Orleans Churches "Rebuilding the Walls" New Orleans Prayer Breakfast

When: Saturday, August 25, 2007 8:30 AM

Where: Best Western St. Christopher Hotel 114 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA. 70130 For reservations call: Phone: 504 648 0444 Fax: 504 648 0450 -

Why: Spiritual leaders from all across the country will come together for a time of Prayer, fellowship and encouragement!

For more information: (225)572-1186

For more information about our program go to "Rebuilding the Walls" Disaster Recovery program.

A. Prayer Breakfast and Fellowship, Announce Program to re build New Orleans Area churches damaged by Katrina "The Rebuilding the Walls" disaster Recovery Program,
B. Panel Discussion on Churches Damaged or Destroyed by Katrina, author of study on churches Pre and Post Katrina Dr. Bill Day Associate Director, Leavell Center Gurney Professor of Evangelism and Church Health New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary New Orleans will take part in the discussion,
C. View Radcorp Video on the Problem of Churches Damaged or Destroyed by Hurricane Katrina
D. Tour Several Churches that have damage Hurricane Damage

Media inquires call Steven Lattimore 312-376-5281

9151 Interline Ave. Suite 5a
Baton Rouge, LA. 70909
Phone: 225-234-7724
Fax 225-234-7740

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