It's been another hot, dry summer in Texas and people in Stamford have been hit so hard by the drought they are praying for help.
"I'm not just hoping for a couple rains. A few rains doesn't just break a drought. We've got to have a new season of wet weather," said Andrew Holloway, a rancher in Stamford.
Wednesday night many of them came together to say a prayer for some rain. Farmers, ranchers and members of the community all said they have felt the impact of the drought.
"Last year we had to sell all of our cows, over 500 cows because of the drought and basically I've been unemployed now for about a year just because there's not anything to feed our cows," said Holloway.
But even though times are tough, the people in Stamford said they still have faith in something bigger.
"I think it's gonna work out, but frankly as it regards my business it's just tore it apart. Anyway, we're not giving up," said Holloway.
People in Stamford said it's been two and a half years of these extremely dry conditions. They said their ponds and lakes have almost dried up and their crops have been seriously depleted.