LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- More than 600 people came out to war memorial stadium for Victory over Violence prayer rally. Family, friends and church leaders from all walks of life -- came to support a common theme -- that violence has to stop.
Prayers for peace, inside War Memorial Stadium Monday night, as hundreds filled the stadium. Many like Samantha Sustaita - came out to pray for change. "Because I feel like we have a serious problem with violence," says Sustaita.
Different churches, with one mission. "I really believe that prayer is effective," says Harold Nash, a pastor at Fellowship North. Faith leaders and the community, coming together. "Find a number of solutions for problems we see in our city," says Nash.
Working together to spark change.
Governor Hutchinson along with several pastors from all around Central Arkansas gave speeches during the event.
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