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Larry hosting America's Prayer Meeting Tonight


FYI for anyone who wants to tune in...

Larry will be hosting America's Prayer Meeting on CTN again tonight, (guest hosting for Richard Dortch who is the regular host.)

I always say I'm not going to stay up and watch the whole thing, but I end up doing it anyway. It's not that I'm not proud of my husband, but I am so used to him being on there since he's guest hosted so many times now over the past few years that I am okay to Tivo it and plan to watch the next day to check out what happened. But I never end up sleeping. I just can't. Even when he hosts for days in a row, I stay up. He comes home and says, "I can't believe you waited up!" each time. I have even called in before and told the screener, "this is Pastor Larry's wife, Deanna. When you go to break, please tell him his tie is crooked. Straighten it before he comes back on, thanks..." and they find it funny. One of the call screeners is a pastor's wife and says to me, "Honey, I understand! We have to watch out for our men this way, and I do the same thing with my hubby..." Yep, we pw's always have to watch out for our man and and make him look good. It's part of the pw job description.

Anyhoo, you can watch this if you have CTN (Christian Television Network), Direct TV, SkyAngel. It is nationwide now and also in some other countries, I believe. Anyway, here in Tampa just go to channel 22. EST it airs 12 am - 3 am. Of course on the west coast you'd see it from 9 pm - 12 am.

Tune in...for Teeby! :-)

** also ANYONE can watch it live on line if you don't have these channels on your TV, just go to www.ctnonline.com. Then scroll down on the right hand side and go to live webcast...click there and you can see the entire show there by watching it on your computer.

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