‘Lead By Serving’

Retired NFL Kicker Speaks At Annual Prayer Breakfast

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Posted: April 10, 2013

Salem Nganga, 21, a senior at Bridgewater College, prays during the annual Shenandoah Valley Prayer Breakfast at James Madison University on Tuesday. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Kristina Doubet of Harrisonburg, assistant professor in education programs at James Madison University, listens to Josh Moyer perform a song during the Shenandoah Valley Prayer Breakfast at JMU Tuesday.
Todd Peterson, the keynote speaker at the Shenandoah Valley Prayer Breakfast, talks to attendees at JMU Tuesday morning.
HARRISONBURG — Todd Peterson knows about influence.

As a retired pro football kicker who has set various records, including being one of only 34 players to have ever scored over 1,000 points...


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