post. print. and pray.

It might be their very first day ever. They may be returning for their last year. Or it could be one of the many ages in between. Regardless of the grade level of our students we must raise our level of involvement for their education, even as we raise our voice to heaven on their behalf.

Timothy Eldred | Post. Print. And Pray.

Cindy and I have two sons; one in college and one in high school, so we understand the emotions parents face when their kids head back to school. That’s why we invite you to join us in this simple prayer challenge today and all year long, as you intercede for your children, for the schools of your community, and for all those special people who serve in all aspects of education.

If you take a moment to pray these words today, please also take another minute to share this post and then print this picture. Put it in a place you’ll see all year long, as we commit to seeking God’s presence and power being made known in our schools.

Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go. —Joshua 1:9


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Timothy Eldred is a seasoned pastor, author, keynote speaker, and unrelenting voice for the next generation with a reputation for challenging the status quo. Tim speaks and teaches throughout the world, and his books have been read by hundreds of thousands of people. He lives with his family in Central Michigan.

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  • Jim Hampton

    I think you meant to say “precious lives” and not, as you did, “specious lives.”

    Specious means “apparently good or right though lacking real merit; superficially pleasing or plausible.” I’m sure that’s not what you intended. 🙂

    • That really changes my whole thought completely, Jim. I think I’ll just leave to see if anyone besides you is smart enough to catch it (I’ll even pretend it was intentional…oops…just gave that away).