Kentucky Prayer Caucus Network

The Kentucky Legislative Prayer Caucus is part of an unprecedented, nationwide movement of praying legislators and citizens that is sweeping the nation to preserve America’s spiritual heritage and protect individual religious liberty. We are committed to:

  • PROTECTING free expression of faith in God
  • SUSTAINING leaders who are standing for faith, morality, and Judeo-Christian principles.
  • IGNITING an intellectual awakening about prayer, and God’s role in America
  • SUPPORTING the Kentucky Legislative Prayer Caucus
Kentucky Legislative Prayer Caucus

The Kentucky Legislative Prayer Caucus is an official Kentucky Caucus whose members are state legislators committed to advancing policies and initiatives that promote religious freedom, America’s Judeo-Christian heritage, and prayer.

Representative Tim Moore                                   Representative David Hale                                Chairman                                                                    Co-Chair                                 AR Legislative Prayer Caucus                           AR Legislative Prayer Caucus


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A Day of Prayer Over Students Across Kentucky Wednesday, September 27, 2017

In recognition of the negative pressures that challenge the character of our Kentucky students, our Governor has issued this proclamation to encourage all citizens to join him in observing a Day of Prayer. The proclamation recognizes our students as the greatest resource for Kentucky’s future leadership and encourages parents and community leaders to do everything within their power to protect and develop these students. All citizens, including the faith community of Kentucky, are invited to pray for “our schools, teachers and administrators for God’s wisdom and knowledge as they impart lessons and education to the students of our state”.

This proclamation serves as a reminder of the precious heritage we have in our children and necessity for invoking God’s protection as well as imparting positive spiritual values through the education process. It also serves as a reminder of two significant bills signed into law this past year that are intended to assist in this goal. SB17 provides protection for free religious expression in our schools and HB128 establishes the groundwork for implementing Biblical literacy as an elective social studies course. Now, the responsibility is ours. Pray for students. Pray for teachers, staff and administrators. Pray for how God might engage you in the spiritual lives of all our students.