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By: support | November 12, 2017

He would kill 26 people and injure at least 20 more before trading gunfire with a neighbor and fleeing.

Officials identified the shooter as 26-year-old Devin Patrick Kelley on the record Monday morning. Kelley, a New Braunfels resident, was wearing tactical gear and holding a variant on an AR-15.

The victims ranged in age from 5 to 72 and included the daughter of the church's pastor.

Wilson County Sheriff Joe D. Tackitt recalled the horror inside the church Monday morning, saying "Wherever you walked in the church, it was death."


But on Sunday night, the Sutherland Springs community gathered to honor and pray for the victims.

Ramiro Martinez hold his daughter Sophia, 9, during a candle light vigil for the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)
State Troopers work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

People attend a candle light vigil for the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

A group is gathered in prayer outside the Community Center, on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)
Deanna, left and Hannah, right, sit with a friend, undentified, at the post office following a vigil for those affected by the mass shooting on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. that occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

Flags fly at half staff at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs after a shooting Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)

A child weeps during a candlelight vigil in Sutherland, Texas, hours after a gunman shot and killed at least 28 people at First Baptist Church on Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017. (BILLY CALZADA, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)
Texas Gov Greg Abbott arrives at the Stockdale City Hall for a press conference concerning the mass shooting on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

The scene outside the Community Center, on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott attends a candle light vigil for the shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)

Johnnie Langendorff, who pursued the suspect of the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church church shooting that killed at least 25 people, gets a kiss Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017 as he is picked up from the scene where the suspect died near the intersection of FM 539 and Sandy Elm Road in Guadalupe County. Officials have not said how the suspect died.

 
(William Luther, San Antonio Express-News | Express News)
The scene outside the Community Center, on Sunday, Nov. 5 2017, in Sutherland Springs, Tx. where a mass shooting occurred at the First Baptist Church. (Bob Owen, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)
First responders work the scene of a shooting at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs Sunday Nov 5, 2017. (Edward A. Ornelas, Staff / San Antonio Express-News | Express-News)



source: http://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Photos-from-the-state-s-deadliest-mass-shooting-12335269.php

By: support | May 20, 2012

05-19-2012: People who post prayer online and pray online get a sense of relief knowing they get to release or turn over their prayers. Post a Prayer online site received many prayers daily from online to Muslim prayers online. Prayer online is very important to both Christian prayer groups and groups, and Post A Prayer intends to lead the way in virtual prayer. The great thing about the site is it allows people to vent from arond the world. A few days ago someone posted that they were going to commit suicide and they were able to vent this feeling and prayer.

By: support | April 29, 2012

The power of prayer working has been Post A Prayer's motto for some time. Since the sites inception in 2004 we have received tons of powerful prayers and have received report back from prayer members that prayers are answered and what some may consider being a miracle prayer. The range of member prayers and their topics range from deliverance prayers, health concern prayers, prayers for healing and prayers for guidance. We hope to add a share feature that will allow you to send your prayer to social media sites in the next quarter of 2012. Our prayer forum offers prayers for women, short prayers, and any other type of prayer you can imagine. Site owner, Scott Turner states, "Post A Prayer's future is bright! We take the prayer business very serious and are working very hard to improve the sites popularity." Turner, who has invested heavily in the sites revamp says the reason the future for post a prayer is exciting is because we are amulti-faith prayer center which means we can attract members who are from the following faiths: Christian, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Chinese Traditional,primal-indigenous, sikhism, secular, African, Juche, Spiritism, Judaism, Bahai,Janism, Unitarian Universalism, and Rastafari Movement. This kind of reach can position us to be the largest prayer website in the world. Post A Prayer is waiting for its approval from the IRS for a tax exempt status for a religious non-profit. We ask for your prayers that this status is granted. We are very proud to offer prayer services for all major faiths. As mentioned about, we now have Islamic prayers, Buddhist prayers just to name a couple. The beautiful thing about praying online at Post A Prayer is that all faiths are welcome, and anyone from any faith or background can pray online.

By: support | April 29, 2012

The newly revamped online prayer site is looking forward to adding to its prayer base through an agreesive marketing plan. Prayer online has never been easier to use for all major relions. The multi-faith prayer center offers a prayer center for Christian prayer, Islam prayer, and all otther major faiths. 

This site has serious prayers for examples those with cancer, and prayers for those who are out there making decisions that one may find regretful. For example, this prayer posted by one of our members states, "...I met this woman through a mutual friend! We had this attraction that was just unexplainable...".

Post A Prayer's CEO and founder, Scott Turner stated, "Prayer is an interesting industry. There really isn't a cap on the market size. Our goal is to provide the world with a safe place to prayer regardless of the faith you are."

The prayer website has experience a surge of Christian prayers in the first quarter, and Islamic prayers are starting to trickle in. The site was just revamped in January 2012, with hopes to build a long lasting forum for all faiths. 

PostA Prayer’s goal is to build a brand offering free online prayer services forindividuals who would like to prayer online. We wanted to keep the prayer sitesimple, like Google. When the site was being developed, user interface was putfirst. New features are being added such as the ability to share your prayersonline with social media sites like facebook, digg, and other online hubs.