Equip your students
The Student Prayer Guide is a tool specifically designed to help students become faithful in prayer for themselves, their peers, and those who don’t know Jesus as their Savior. Invite your students to taste the sweetness of turning Scripture into prayer and to experience the rhythm of life with God using the SeeSavorShare (S3) Discipleship Process.
Prayer is a beautiful gift and essential in our walk with God. Youth groups and small groups provide a great opportunity for young people to experience the power of prayer. Community provides encouragement and accountability as students seek to make prayer a more regular part of their lives. It also provides a place for students to share prayer requests and difficulties as well as testimonies of how God is working in their own lives and the lives of their friends.
With the Pray for Me Prayer Guides, students will be provided with a scripture passage and invited to take hold of the truths and promises in prayer for themselves and their peers.
See Savor Share (s3)
S3 is about seeing the greatness of God in all of life, savoring it for all it is worth, and sharing it freely along the way. Each day is formatted to help students make this the rhythm of their lives with God.
THE 7 ESSENTIALS SERIES
Our Student Resource Pack will provide you with an eight week series praying through the Seven Essentials (favor, wisdom, love, faith, purity, speech, conduct):
Game Slides - for a fun introduction to each week’s topic!
Messages (including Small-Group discussion questions) - the first week will focus on prayer and each of the following will explore one of the seven essentials, centering the topic around a key Scripture passage.
Presentation Slides - to accompany each week’s message.
MAKING THE MOST OF THIS RESOURCE:
Having each student daily reading through the Pray for Me Student Guide and weekly having instruction from youth leaders and discussion with peers makes this an invaluable resource for diving deep into prayer.
Looking to connect with other youth leaders to hear about how the Pray for Me Campaign is impacting their churches?