Thousands of Christian Teenagers Take a Stand for Christ [video]

Craig HueyEducation, Religious Liberties & The Persecuted Church, Uncategorized1 Comment

Religious freedoms in this nation are becoming increasingly threatened.

But when we stand up boldly and bravely for our faith- and the rights to practice our faith- it makes a powerful and effective statement.

Today, thousands of teenagers are gathering around the American Flag at their schools to pray, to intercede for our nation, and to exercise our rights of religious freedom in this country.

For the past 25 years, millions of students have participated in this event, bravely taking a stand for their faith in an increasingly hostile social and cultural environment to the church and Christianity.

This transformative event unites students across the nation in a time of prayer and repentance. “At the pole” students pray for:

  • Their schools, many of which have become hostile to Christianity
  • Their teachers
  • Other students

Here is a prayer we can pray together for schools, students, educators, and school staff across the nation:

“Father, may your kingdom come in schools across America. From the students of every age, raise up a generation of people who worship you in spirit and in truth” (John 4:23,24; 1 Peter 2:9).

If you are able, we encourage you to participate in this powerful event, and to be a light for Christ at your school- as Jesus instructed us in Matthew 5:14.

Go to the See You at the Pole website, where you can find information about your legal rights to pray in public, incredible testimonies and contact information for local chapters.

One Comment on “Thousands of Christian Teenagers Take a Stand for Christ [video]”

  1. Wonderful, truly love and brave people. Amen. The rise of anti Christ just drive us more love and united for we know GOD is true, love and living forever. Whoever does the will of GOD surely abides in GOD forever and the will of GOD is to believe in Jesus Christ and love one another. Thank and praise GOD for this wonderful people. Amen.

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