When people come together for a mutual vision, it often creates a tangible atmosphere that is filled with hope and sometimes, even great expectations.
Students of Craig County Public Schools Fellowship Christian Athletics (FCA) led a prayer event on Wednesday, September 26, called See you at the Pole (SYATP). It was a time to bring students, teachers and the community together as one, for a common cause, to pray for Craig County students and its citizens.
SYATP is now a global event. On Wednesday, in every time zone around the world, students lead the event around their flagpoles, praying for their school, friends, churches and communities. “SYATP is a day committed to global unity in Christ and prayer for your generation,” states the organization’s website.
SYATP also designates the entire week, September 23 through September 29 this year, to “encourage students to find new and unique ways, places and times to pray throughout the week.”