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A new app for the iPhone allows users to send prayers into cyberspace, as well as allowing them to read the prayers of others. “The Charlotte Observer” reports the messages are stored in a database keeping users anonymous. The app called “A Note to God” is the brainchild of a teenager named Allen Wright of Fair Oaks, California. The 17-year-old submitted the idea to Medl Mobile, a startup developing apps for Apple, and was selected over 20-thousand other entries. Wright, who attends church regularly, said the idea came while lying in bed feeling lonesome. He said, quote, “If you want to send a message, and you don’t have anybody to talk to, you could send a little prayer.”

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