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Bam Carney prayer day organized for Friday, 6 Mar 2020

Friends from Adair and Taylor counties and across the commonwealth are joining together on Friday, March 6, 2020 for "A Day of Prayer and Encouragement for Bam Carney." Click here for the latest report on his progress from family.

Carney, who represents the 51st District in the Kentucky House of Representatives and is a teacher in Taylor County, has been hospitalized since December 22, 2019 after suffering from a life-threatening battle against pancreatitis and an infection. He is constantly improving but still has a long journey ahead.

Friends are encouraged to show support for Bam Carney in their own way but especially encouraged to take time at 11amCT/12noonET on March 6 to join others in prayer for Carney's health.

A Facebook page has been created so people can post any event they wish. Everyone is encouraged to post photos and videos sending a message to Carney to show support and love. The page can be found at

Everyone is encouraged to show support by wearing red, white and blue for any photos or videos being submitted and to especially wear those colors to encourage Carney on Friday, March 6. The hashtag #GodsGloryoverBam can be used to tag any event or social media post.

Special prayer events are in the works in Campbellsville and Columbia and details will be made available online and through local media as they become available.

Email to add an activity or to offer help with the effort.

This story was posted on 2020-02-27 05:14:13
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