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Prayer Guides

These One Minute Prayer Guides give you suggestions about how to pray for students, parents, teachers, and administrators. Below you will find Tips About Praying and How to Use the Prayer Guides.


Tips About Praying for Your Students, Parents, Teachers, and Administrators

  1. Put the prayer guides where you'll see them
    Put them on the refrigerator, bathroom mirror, above the kitchen sink, in your Bible, on a door.

  2. If you have trouble praying alone, try praying with someone such as a friend or family member.

  3. Pray whenever you can
    For example, pray in the car, at home, at lunch, during devotions, when you get up or go to bed. For some, praying the same time daily forms a habit. God will help you.

  4. School Zones = Prayer Zones.
    Pray for students/teachers/parents whenever you drive through a school zone.

How to Use These Prayer Guides

  1. Copy your student's names below.
    Feel free to add your own children or grandchildren's names, plus any others.











  2. Pray one prayer each day for your students.
    Each list of 31 daily prayers correspond to the maximum days in a month. Super-size your prayers by praying for their teachers and parents also.

  3. If you forget to pray, by God's grace, begin again.
    Remember, even if you only pray a few times a week, it is better than not praying at all. Your prayers do make a difference.

  4. Please remember to pray for the students, parents, teachers, and administrators who are not being prayed for.

  5. You have our permission to make copies of this prayer sheet as long as changes are not made.

 

For more information or if you have questions, contact the National Community Resource Center.