Tuesday, April 12, 2011
DUBLIN, Ga. (AP) -- Members of a central Georgia church plan to gather at gas pumps to pray for lower prices.
WMAZ-TV reports the Beacon of Light Christian Center is planning the Saturday prayer gathering at gas pumps outside a Kroger grocery store in Dublin.
Pastor Marshall Mabry said he believes that if church members come together and pray as a community, they can make something happen.
Mabry said that with prices reaching almost $4, he says he plans to ask God for help.
He said it's the third time members of his congregation have met at gas pumps to pray.
Mabry said he wants to start a movement which spreads from the small town of Dublin to the rest of the nation.
Dublin is about 130 miles southeast of Atlanta.
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