June 7, 2003
ALBANY - More than 50 people took part in the "March for Jesus" day on Saturday. Marchers began at the Civic Center and completed the several block walk back at Veteran's Park Amphitheater with a prayer service.
"The city needs a revival," says participant Donny Green. "We need a city wide revival where everybody comes together on one accord. The little youths and the big youths need to come together. We need to come together as one, and then God will heal the land."
The event kicked off at 9 a.m. and took place worldwide.
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