Some Hawker Employees Plan Prayer Vigil To Save Jobs

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Some Hawker Beechcraft employees are looking heavenward for help to save their company and their jobs.

Everyday recently Hawker Beechcraft employees are having to deal with some rumors about what might happen to their jobs. Some employees who help build airplanes during the day and minister the word of God at night say it's high time to look for help from high.

"God is going to show the company how to make money and stay," Reverend Robert Robinson, a Hawker Beechcraft employee says. "

Hawker Beechcraft employees work and worry about their company's future in Wichita and whether their jobs will remain here as they have for more than 80 years.

"I look as this as a great opportunity for God to really show himself."
Pastor Kenneth Peters says. "I mean we talk about it in church but now we need to put it into action."

Now some Hawker Beechcraft employees who help build airplanes during the day and minister the word of God at night are organizing a prayer vigil aimed at saving their company and jobs.

The prayer vigil is planned on October 2nd from 11:30 to 12:30 in a parking lot across from Plant 4 on Greenwich Rd. Hawker employees have probably seen the fliers circulated around the plant.


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