On September 12, 1990, forty-five thousand junior and senior high students from a handful of states around the US gathered in circles around the flagpoles of their respective schools to pray for God’s presence, strength, and direction in their classrooms, homes, cities, and towns. The “See You at the Pole” gathering swelled to one million students the following year. By 2014, this unprecedented day of student-led prayer involved three million followers of Jesus in twenty countries. As in all great movements of prayer, “See You at the Pole” did not begin in the hearts of people but rather in the heart of God. God used the obedience of a small group of teens to ignite what has become an international movement of prayer among young people.
THE HABIT OF PRAYER
Almost twenty-five years ago, I couldn’t fully understand how prayer would prepare me for >>>