Meet at the pole day

What is See You at the Pole (SYATP)?

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Wednesday, Sept. 26, was the National Meet me at the Pole Day. Students from Loris, Green Sea Floyds, Grace Christian, and a few from. On September 11, , the students held their national day of prayer, Most groups meet at seven in the morning at a campus flagpole. See You at the Pole is an annual gathering of thousands of Christian students at churches, and , pending), the ACLU alleged that a parent group promoted the SYATP event and a National Day of Prayer with support from the school.

Brochures, bulletin inserts, handbooks, and posters are some of the materials available for Daryl Nuss, executive director of the Network, commented: Participants can recognize and pray for Christian students, educators and schools in their congregations. For resources, please go to PrayForSchools.

See You At the Pole 2018 – Broken

They came seeking God and little did they know how powerfully He was about to move. On Saturday night their hearts were penetrated like never before, when they became broken before God and burdened for their friends. Compelled to pray, they drove to three different schools that night. Not knowing exactly what to do, they went to the school flagpoles and prayed for their friends, schools, and leaders.

Those students had no idea how God would use their obedience. God used what He did among those teenagers and others who were holding similar prayer meetings at their schools to birth a vision in the hearts of youth leaders across Texas.

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The vision was that students throughout Texas would follow these examples and meet at their school flagpoles to pray simultaneously. Only God had envisioned how many students would step up to the challenge. Reports came into toll-free number for days after the first event. A few months later, a group of youth ministers from all over the country gathered together for a national conference in Colorado. Many of them reported that their students had heard about the prayer movement in Texas and were equally burdened for their schools.

No other events had been planned, but it was clear that students across the country would be creating their own national day of student prayer. There was no stopping them.

meet at the pole day

What time will you begin on your campus—the publicized time of 7 a. Where will you gather on your campus? Flagpole or another place? Do you have an alternative meeting place in case of weather issues? Do you have more than one flagpole to choose from? The strongest way to promote is a personal invitation. Make a list of friends to personally invite.

Put up posters at church and at school. Get free publicity and clip-art for creating materials. Posters and other resources are also available to purchase on this site. Be sure you pick up any promotional material that might have been trashed or vandalized.

meet at the pole day

Use these images on your Facebook, IM, Twitter, or web site. It is great to use at rallies, Bible studies, worship services, or other Christian gatherings. The video is professionally produced, motivating, and has lots of options to show in different settings.

Many groups sing worship songs, read Scripture, and give testimonies while forming a large circle, then break into small groups of three to five students to pray. No matter what you plan, commit the most time to prayer.

See You at the Pole - National Day of Prayer Task Force

Student groups, individual churches, or a group of local churches can host a rally. Some suggestions for a rally: A pre-pole rally is a great time for you to meet with other students from your campus to pray for the event and to go over the pre-pole checklist. Hold the rally sometime close to the event.

Things you may include: If your rally represents two or more schools, then break up into groups per school. How will you handle distractions such as traffic noise, onlookers, etc.?

How will you begin the event? Who will lead off? Will there be other elements, such as singing or reading Scripture? Will you hold hands, kneel, break into small groups, or remain in a large group, etc.?

meet at the pole day

What will you pray for? Will students pray out loud or will there be silent prayer?

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Will you stand up and pray, even if no one else will?