Are you familiar with Reba McEntire’s Pray for Peace anthem? The country singer is looking to get people involved in the power of prayer with her, and it’s working. Last week, the country superstar released her new anthem, Pray for Peace, in hopes that people all over the world would join her on her mission to bring prayer into the lives of people all over the world. McEntire wasn’t sure what the message would bring, but so far it’s been good.
Fellow country stars such as Keith Urban, as well as his wife Nicole Kidman and their children, Jamie Lynn Spears and even The Band Perry have joined together to encourage their fans to join McEntire in prayer. They’ve jumped on board the prayer train to help their fellow musician and to bring awareness to the power and peacefulness of prayer, especially in a world that’s in so much turmoil otherwise.
“In a way, I’m totally amazed at the response. And in another way, I’m not because I knew this was a message that people would receive and share,” said McEntire of the response she’s gotten from the release of her message.
There’s been an outpouring of love and support on Twitter where fans and country stars alike have posted photos, messages and videos of themselves praying for peace and joining McEntire in her movement. To include just a few people involved in the movement, you have to consider big names such as Montgomery Gentry, Amy Grant and even her former Reba co-star Melissa Peterman joined her in the movement, leaving personal messages for the singer as well as their messages of love and support.
There has been an outpouring of support for the star and her message, though with the good is always a little bit of bad. There have been some cynics who’ve had less than pleasant messages to send to the star, but none of them are big names in the music industry.
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