The full page ad touted The Response, an event scheduled for Sept. 26.
“Come Join Me in a time of worship, prayer, fasting and repentance,” the ad says over McCrory’s name and beside a picture of the governor. It goes on to say the Response is “to call on Jesus on behalf of America that he might hear our cry and heal our land.”
The full page ad touted The Response, an event scheduled for Sept. 26. “Come Join Me in a time of worship, prayer, fasting and repentance,” the ad says over McCrory’s name and beside a picture of the governor. It goes on to say the Response is “to call on Jesus on behalf of America that he might hear our cry and heal our land.”
The full page ad touted The Response, an event scheduled for Sept. 26. “Come Join Me in a time of worship, prayer, fasting and repentance,” the ad says over McCrory’s name and beside a picture of the governor. It goes on to say the Response is “to call on Jesus on behalf of America that he might hear our cry and heal our land.”

Gov. McCrory distances himself from ad for religious event

August 31, 2015 06:53 PM

UPDATED September 01, 2015 03:25 PM

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