Join the Pray for Me initiative at Renaissance Church.
What Is the Pray for Me Campaign?
The campaign is a response to research conducted by the Fuller Youth Institute which found that 40–50 percent of students who attend church youth groups and have a strong family background will drift from God and the church after high school. The research went on to conclude that adult believers are indispensable in passing on sustainable faith to the next generation. As a result, the Pray for Me Campaign was created to link students with intergenerational adult believers to help with this important season of life.
At Renaissance, we believe God desires for our students to have a deeply rooted, life-long faith. One way to cultivate that faith is when adult believers step up to the call of investing spiritually into the lives of students in our church, our next generation. This requires a response from every generation, whether in your 20s or 70s! Everyone plays a part in passing our faith in Jesus Christ on to the next generation.
In the Fall of 2018, we hope to do just that!
- We will connect each interested 9th–12th grade student with one or more adult volunteer.
- The adult volunteer will commit to pray for their student for the entire school year (using a Prayer Guide Book provided by Renaissance).
- Adults use the Prayer Guide, which equips you with Scripture through the seven essentials: favor, wisdom, love, faith, purity, speech, and conduct.
Who Can Become an Adult Prayer Volunteer?
If you desire to see the next generation of students have a deeply rooted, life-long faith in Jesus Christ, then consider volunteering to pray.
How Can I Become an Adult Prayer Volunteer?
By clicking on this Volunteer Form, you can register online.
How Do I Sign Up My Student (9th–12th Grader) To Be Prayed For?
By clicking on this Parent Form, you can register online.
Save the Date
The launch of this initiative will take place at Renaissance on Sunday, September 23, at 6:30 pm. The launch gathering is for students, parents, and adult volunteers. Two other tentative “progress” gatherings will take place throughout the year to connect adult volunteers with students and parents.
January 13, 2019
May 19, 2019
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.