Philip Wood/The Press Tribune Daniel Stroup, 11, Roseville, student
?I think the National Day of Prayer is to pray for things to get better, not to pray for our own pleasures, but to pray for the good of the entire country.?
Philip Wood/The Press Tribune Chimere Bussey, 29, Roseville, child care counselor
?I?ve come here to pray for a shift in our atmosphere, that people would pursue God and pursue something different in their lives besides just feeling sad about the economy or their lives.?
Philip Wood/The Press Tribune Bill Pollard, 62, Roseville, retired military
?I?m praying for the president, congress, the nation as a whole.?
Philip Wood/The Press Tribune Greta Meyers, 24, Roseville, intern
?I?m praying for a revival, that people?s hearts will be turned toward the Lord and that they recognize their need in Jesus, because I am recognizing the same thing.?
Philip Wood/The Press Tribune Geneva Easley, 89, Roseville, retired
?Right now I?m concerned about the moral condition of our country. Our statesmen embarrass us. We?re looking for good, moral men and women to rebuild our country to what it was meant to be.?
Philip Wood/The Press Tribune Maria Viola, 22, Rocklin, student
?I?m praying for an awakening of a lot of dormant hearts. I really love women?s ministry. So at my school, I?m kind of in that role just praying for girls to wake up and be able to experience the love of God in a way that changes their life.?