MARCH 5, 2013- As we first reported, 17-year-old Jacob Samusenko went missing back on January 29th as he was taking out trash at his parents home.
Community members are hoping the power of prayer will bring the missing teen back home.
More than 150 family members, friends and concerned residents gathered to pray for missing Jacob Samusenko at the Bethel Baptist School.
It is the school Jacob and his siblings attend.
"We believe God's in control and that through keeping faith we're lifting prayers for Jacob's safety and family," says Dave Heitzenrater, Jacob's Basketball Coach
The vigil was led by youth pastor and Jacob's teacher Tim George.
George says Jacob was a wonderful teen and putting faith in God may bring him back home.
"Of anyone involved in the situation. God knows where Jacob is. God knows the answers were looking for and he can direct detectives, direct family, direct Jacob," says George.
Those in attendance, spent the night praying together, singing and calling on god for answers....
Jacob's mother and grandfather thanked those for not giving up faith in finding the 17-year-old.
His mother Nadiya is hoping Jacob will come back to the people who love him so much.
"I love you very much. And I would like to see you back here," says Nadiya Samusenko.
If you have any information regarding Jacob Samusenko, you are asked to call local authorities.
A $10 thousand dollar reward is available.