Gov. Bev Perdue has been trying a lot of things to try to get North Carolina's economy back on track, and now she is turning to prayer.
Perdue and her husband, Bob Eaves, met last week with the Rev. Billy Graham at his home at Montreat, Rob Christensen reports.
The First Couple and Graham prayed for North Carolina's recovery, and Graham prayed that Perdue would receive guidance to lead the state during these turbulent times, according to the governor's office.
"I'm thankful for our time together and his words of support," Perdue said. "I also want to thank Rev. Graham for his prayers for North Carolina's swift economic recovery."