CPC Chairman Wiley S. Drake and Co-Chairman Dr. Clyde Rivers
Pastor Wiley Drake, Chairman of The Congressional Prayer Conference of Washington D.C. said today that a homeless man who is a friend of the Sheriff, brought the prayer request today to the early morning "Telephonic Prayer Meeting".
The "Telephonic Prayer Meeting" meets daily, Washington D.C. time at 8:00 am EST, and is a part of the D.C. group
Co-Chairman of the D.C. group, Dr. Clyde Rivers, who is the Ambassador to the African Country of Burundi said he will take this prayer request for Sheriff Hutchens World Wide.
The homeless man, Peter Maxant, will appear on the Wiley Drake Show
at 9:00 am and 5:00 pm today. http://www.ustream.tv/ wileydrakeshow.
Dr. Clyde Rivers 1-760-964-0234
Dr. Wiley Drake 1-714-865-8132
Sheriff diagnosed with breast cancer
Sheriff Sandra Hutchens was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, but expects to remain in her position while undergoing treatment.
Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens, at right, gets a hug from Susan Kang Schroeder with the District Attorney's office after announcing she has breast cancer Monday. She will remain Sheriff as she undergoes six-to-eight-months of treatment. " I'm very optimistic about it," Hutchens said.