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Tune in for Teeby...

Larry is going to be hosting America's Prayer Meeting tonight on CTN (Christian Television Network) which is local channel 22, also on Sky Angel and Direct TV. If you have either one of those you can see it all over the country, yes in all 50 states. He'll be on here on the east coast from 12 am - 3 am, and of course on the west coast that would be 9 pm - 12 am. If you are up that late, tune in!

I'm proud of him. He's a good man, a man of God - yes, a pastor...but an even better husband.


Melissa Davis said…
If still awake I will definately tune in - I watched for about an 1 1/2 the last time he hosted - awesome man of God.

Lots of Love, lady sutton
thanks Lady Sutton...I agree. :-)
Unknown said…
Way to go, Pastor Larry! Yes, he is definitely a true man of God. I'm going to try to watch tonight or I'll see if I can just tivo it.
ooooh Kerry, it was last night or should I say this morning (Fri) morning from 12-3 am. It's already over. Sorry, I did post it late last night...mistake on my part, I thought of it at the last minute. The show director had just called him the day before to host so we didn't have a lot of advance notice. Sometimes they call because the regular host is ill or something unforseen...

You can catch it next time...

love you

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