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Pray for our students!

August 22, 2008

Just a quick note to ask you to take some time this week and next to pray for our students.  School is back and our students need your prayers.  One of the most difficult places to live a Christian life these days is in our local middle and high schools.  Wednesday night one of our middle school students asked us to pray for several of her friends who are pregnant (yes, i said middle school!).

God has blessed Eastwood with some amazing young people, who have a heart to know and serve God, and they need our prayers.  We are praying as a student ministry to see at least 7 students come to know Christ this year as a result of our students life and witness.  Will you join us in this prayer?

In addition we have a great group of students who are headed off to university this month.  Pray for them as they make the adjustment to collegiate life.

I am excited about what God is doing in and through the students at Eastwood.  The future is as bright as the promises of God!


2 Comments leave one →
  1. adam colon permalink
    August 26, 2008 11:49 pm

    Amen! It is definitely hard for a middle school or high school student to bring the good news of God to other students because of barriers that are hard to break. As Craig and I go to TCC, we constantly ask God to give us wisdom and for the Holy Spirit to guide us through our compass so that we can “ROCK TCC for God!”

  2. Gordon permalink
    August 31, 2008 12:02 am

    God will give you the freedom to speak (boldness) and the words to say (utterance). That was Paul’s prayer request for himself.

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