Today marks the nationwide event, See You at the Pole, where students gather around their school's flagpole to pray for thier school, friends, teachers, and administration. It's the Global Student Week of Prayer, and kids around the world are openly standing in front of thier peers, declaring Jesus the King of their lives. Live from Rossville Middle-High School, Junior Taryn Wainscott shares the SYATP verse of the year, 2 Chronicles 7:14, and prays for her fellow students in the Clinton County community.
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We continue our See You at the Pole coverage with Demi Haas, a senior at Crawfordsville High School in Montgomery County. Demi asks us to join her in prayer for her fellow Christian students, as they need boldness in sharing the love of Christ to hurting friends. More than 100 students will be standing around their flagpole today, in unity, giving honor and glory to their heavenly Teacher, and friend, Jesus Christ.
Sophomore Lydia Elliot joins us today from Hamilton County, Westfield High School in our continuation of See You at the Pole coverage. The attending students are splitting up into small groups, so they can focus on specific prayers, and make a larger impact in relationship building. Lydia shares how students follow up after big events, but nothing works better than one one one connection. Plainly stated, Lydia "does what she can." Isn't that all of our jobs?
Being a Junior at a small school, Taryn Wainscott is able to participate in a lot of activities, all of which turn back to ministry. Taryn plays volleyball and basketball, and leads her fellow athletes weekly at FCA meetings. She is the Rossville Student Council Treasurer, sits on the Student Advisory Council, participates in Best Buddies, is a Coach Kids Mentor, and leads worship for her Youth Group. No matter where she is, she brings the love of Jesus Christ, and her influence ripples throughout the community of Rossville.
Rydelnik is professor of Jewish Studies at Moody Bible Institute and the Bible teacher on Moody Radio’s Open Line, answering listener Bible questions on over 200 stations nationwide. The son of Holocaust survivors, Michael was raised in an observant Jewish home in Brooklyn, N.Y. As a high school student, Michael became a follower of Jesus the Messiah and began teaching the Bible almost immediately.
Demi Hass is a Senior at Crawforsdville High School. She is involved with various clubs and activities at school including Dance Team, Show Choir, and Musicals, using her gifts for the glory of God. Demi serves in the Sunshine Society, a club encouraging girls to "let their light shine," and "brighten the lives of all those encountered." Her extracurricular life wouldn't be complete without the Fellowship of Christian Athletes; Demi is a student leader there, promoting every event and meeting through social media. As an active youth member of Rock Point Christian Church, Miss Haas can be found faithfully serving in the children's ministry. In her spare time, Demi cheers on the Crawfordsville Athenians, putting the holy in Spirit Club!
Lydia Elliot is a Sophomore at Westfield High School. She is a student leader at Student Impact, where she has attended since 5th grade. Elliot is in her third season playing Girls Rugby for the Shamrocks, and encourages others in sportmanship and stamina through their weekly workouts. She attends Fuel Church in Westfield. Lydia enjoys leading because she loves to serve others. She impacts the community around her, ministering to one person at a time, using a smile and unconditinal love as her ministry tools. Lydia purposely makes daily ripples in the Kingdom, but with Jesus as her Epicenter, she's creating large waves.
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