You surely don't think the prayer he gave was something to rave about? Especially since he is a pastor in the Nashville area. I would say he is an embarrassment to his church? At a time when he had the nascar world listening, he chose to turn the attention on himself, and that left God out of the prayer. Now, if he was a Christian comedian it could have been appropriate. He should have used it to glorify God, not himself.
Come on Alan, he did thank God for the minds that created the engines, the minds that created the tires, the track everything.
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