Max Lucado attends George Floyd prayer vigil, calls on Americans to turn to Christ 

By The Christian Post

Pastor Max Lucado prays at a prayer vigil in downtown San Antonio, Texas on June 3, 2020. | Facebook/Community Bible Church via screenshot

Popular Christian author Max Lucado took part in a prayer vigil in Texas Wednesday night amid the societal unrest in response to the killing of African American George Floyd. 

Lucado, the pastor at Oak Hills Church and bestselling author of several books and devotionals, took to his Facebook page to post videos of a prayer vigil he attended in downtown San Antonio’s Travis Park along with dozens, if not hundreds, of others.

“I really wish you could be here with us worshiping Jesus in San Antonio,” he said at the beginning of one video, adding that the crowd and worship band were “giving glory to God.” 

Source:The Christian Post