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Creating a Culture of Prayer

In Stoa, we want the club experience to cultivate a community where lifelong friendships can be made as we grow and sharpen one another. We ensure this by creating a culture of prayer, which can be as easy as:

  • Having students rotate giving a devotion and leading prayer

  • Breaking into small groups to share prayer requests and pray together

  • Older students mentoring younger ones

  • Having a club group text to share prayer requests and praises 

  • Praying together at tournaments

What is the result of praying together? The result is a club that is less critical of one another and a healthy esprit de corps. Oswald Chambers said, “Prayer is the way that the life of God in us is nourished.” Let us be quick to pray together, so we can rejoice as we see answered prayers in our students and families.

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Stoa Men’s Prayer Group Sunday, November 5. 

This group meets once a month. Contact Wayne for the link. 

Guys Student Prayer Group meeting Mondays from 12-1 p.m. CST. 

Contact Samuel for the link. 

Girls Prayer Group Tuesdays from 6:30-7:30 p.m. CST. 

Contact Elizabeth for the link.

Parent Prayer continues to meet Mondays, 12-1 p.m. CST. 

Contact Allisha for the link.


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