Pray for Me (Adults Praying for Students)
A Guide for Adults to Pray for Middle School, High School, and College Students
Brought to you by the Pray for Me Campaign
Use this resource for At-Home Ministry
Pray for Me (Adults Praying for Students) is a powerful tool for churches–even during quarantine. The journal is designed to help adult prayer champions stay the course of praying effectively for the next generation, specifically middle school, high school, and college students. This Pray for Me journal teaches a specific prayer process and it provides daily prayer prompts for Prayer Champions.
Consider providing a Pray for Me journal for individuals who are isolated during this time. Invite them to join in the mission of praying for specific students in your ministry during this challenging time, and give them a way to stay connected to the church as a whole.
The Pray For Me Prayer Guide (Adults Praying for Students) is a tool specifically designed to help you, as a Prayer Champion, stay the course in praying effectively for the next generations. As you work your way through the guide you will taste the sweetness of turning Scripture into prayer. You will learn to look through the lens of the 7 Essentials when praying for the next generation. You will have the opportunity to begin experiencing the rhythm of life with God using the SeeSavorShare (S3) Discipleship Process. All of these benefits are captured in thirteen weeks of daily focused prayer for the next generation.
The Adults Praying for Students version is designed for Prayer Champions in any generation to pray for students in grades 6-College.
The Pray for Me Campaign is a simple way to link the generations through prayer. Rooted in the truths that God uses his Word, his people, and prayer to change the world, the Pray for Me Campaign creates a vast web of intergenerational relationships and equips adult believers to pass on a sustainable faith to the next generation. During the campaign, adult believers from various generations become Prayer Champions and commit to a year of prayer for one student or family with young children.