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Stoeltings appear on 'Fox & Friends'

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

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Carrie and Stacie Stoelting
NEW YORK, NY - On Monday, Stacie and Carrie Stoelting of Cherokee appeared on 'Fox and Friends' on the Fox News Channel in New York City. They talked about the 9/11 Prayer Team and their new album, "In God We Still Trust."

New York City's Mayor Michael Bloomberg has banned prayer at the upcoming 10th anniversary 0f 9/11 memorial service. In response, the Stoelting sisters created the 911 Prayer Team, an online event that encourages people to pray for the USA anytime and anywhere on 09/11. They shared about how after the horrible day 10 years ago, our nation turned to God in prayer. With that fact, Stacie and Carrie shared about how the inclusion of prayer on 9/11 is all the more important.

Carrie Stoelting shared, "The supermajority of Americans desire to pray on 9/11. In addition, we have received a huge response from people across the country. It has been amazing!"

The Stoeltings have recorded a rousing album with an amazing award-winning producer, "In God We Still Trust." It's coming out in honor of the 10th anniversary of 9-11-11. Recorded at the Gaither Studios, it will honor veterans, activate patriots, and honor God. "In God We Still Trust" captures patriotism, faith, and freedom and its mission shines truth and hope to a tired nation: to glorify God, value veterans, and activate patriots of faith.

A video of their Fox News appearance can be seen online at www.foxnews.com and search "Sisters Prayer Team" or visit www.unitetheusa.org



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