Lutheran Pastor Offers Free Prayers in Coffee Shop

Prayer Free 2Fox News reports (Feb. 12, 2016) that a Lutheran pastor,  Thomas Rusert, who is the associate pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, offers free prayers in a local coffee shop.

The article states, “Every Thursday morning, Pastor Thomas puts on a clergy collar and sets up shop in a local coffee house. He sets out a little sign that reads, “Free Prayer,” and then waits to see who God sends his way.

“I’m humbled all the time by the way that the Spirit works,” the pastor told me. “God is working to give people the courage to say, ‘All right – I’m going to take this pastor up on this offer.’”

And they have – by the hundreds.

To learn more about the impact Pastor Thomas’ free prayers have had on people, visit: Free Prayer.

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