President Carter's Remarks at the Governor's Annual Prayer Breakfast
After an unidentified speaker reads a Native American prayer and gives the speaker's list, Rabbi Wagner reads the invocation. Governor Richard Lamm of Colorado then introduces President Carter, saying that Carter admits publicly the need for divine guidance. Carter delivers a speech focused on God's generosity in nature and man's mismanagement of it as well as human rights. Carter discusses soil erosion, pollution including noise pollution, the wasteful use of fossil fuels, the role of Churches in communities, the Middle East, Africa, and Communism. The program continues with music and other speakers after Carter is finished.