Bless Our Schools Sunday

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Date(s) - 09/16/2018
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Don’t miss the seventh annual Bless Our Schools Sunday, September 16, 2018

Every year on the third Sunday in September, churches around the world pray for the schools, teachers, staff, and students in their congregation.

As a result, students and staff feel bolstered in prayer and ready to stand firm in Christ. Moms unfamiliar with Moms in Prayer discover a powerful way to impact the lives of their children and schools.

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A mom from Mexico shared, “I want to give you the good news on this special day, where together with other churches, our pastor joined in prayer for schools, teachers and students in our city. This has been evidence that we trust in God that He is the One who takes us from strength to strength. At least six women have started prayer groups in their areas and this fills us with great joy.”

Moms from the USA said:

“We invited every teacher in the county to our church service on Bless Our Schools Sunday and 80 teachers attended! We followed this up with a community-wide prayer walk, praying for the schools.”

“Our group participated in the church service and led four prayers as we do in our weekly meeting — in one accord. Many came up to us afterwards and commented on how blessed they felt and how much they loved the way we prayed.”

“It was wonderful to have the support of my church for this day. I really feel like it has opened a door for greater exposure for this ministry within my own church body.”

Bless Our Schools Sunday is September 16,2018.

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  1. In our community, we do a prayer walk at each school in our district and surrounding districts. Students, Teachers, Administrators, parents, youth groups all gather at the school of their choice. It is a special time. The day fall on the Sunday night preceding the start of classes. This year it is on August 20

  2. Pour ce Grand evenement nous allons nous joindre a vous et nous allons inviter les Professeurs pour qu,ils recoivent la Main de Dieu afin d,etre proteges et soutenus par Jesus.


    1. We are so excited to hear you are going to participate in Bless our Schools Sunday. We wil continue to pray for the furthering of the mission and vision of moms in prayer in the Domcinican Republic. May God’s will be done. Blessings to you.

  3. I am asking prayer for my oldest son JaDyn. He is going to a new school. He tries so hard to fit in. JaDyn is a follower. In addition he has ADHD. I pray that he would choose a good group of kids to be around. Furthermore, some kids that would not steer him down the wrong path. That he will be able to stay focus in class and not be sent to the office. I pray that he will successfull make good grades or better yet make the honor roll. These things I ask in the name of Jesus Amen

    1. I also pray for JaDyn. How old is he? My daughter just started middle school and I totally understand the need for prayer. 🙂

  4. Prayer request as B.O.S.S will be presented at Grace Community Church in the QC region. Pray that many more moms will be thrilled to take part of this beautiful ministry.

  5. I just wanted to share how God moves even in the smallest of congregations. The pastor at our church is a big supporter of Moms in Prayer and he wanted to incorporate the Bless Our Schools Sunday into our corporate prayer time. When the service started he shared how God spoke to him in his morning devotionals in reading that a believing body needs to be practicing what they believe. We have been focusing on praying, caring, and sharing and so he felt led to pray for our schools, especially administrators, during the sermon time instead of having the usual prayer time at the beginning of the service. We were asked to move into small groups and we prayed fervently for our school district, leaders, staff, students, and families. We used the 1/2 sheet BOSS bulletin insert scripture sheet as our guide. It was a powerful time of focused prayer just on our schools and all affected by them. After the service, our pastor shared that although he was led to do things differently he was also hesitant because we had visitors joining and he wasn’t sure how it would go over by doing things differently with a short sermon and a lot of praying. Nevertheless, he was obedient. When the 2 couples who were visiting introduced themselves after the service he was overjoyed and shared how grateful and encouraged they were by the service and BOSS. It turns out that 2 of visitors were retired school administrators and were so moved that a congregation (no matter the size) would intercede for our schools in such a focused manner. They requested information on Moms in Prayer and Bless Our Schools Sunday to share with their congregations back home. God is so good! He uses small means to have large impact! Praise to God and thank you for Moms in Prayer!

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