A prayer for Lansing’s children

Lansing Voices

thoughtful comments submitted by James Brobst

As I was driving through Lansing one morning and looking at the various signs in yards, I was prompted by the Holy Spirit to make a sign inviting the church to rise and pray for all children. I’d like to start a campaign of prayer daily for all children as they begin this next school year. I had some signs made up for people to stick in their yards, and some posters for store windows. I would like to get the word out for the community to be praying for our children throughout the year.

Let’s consider coming together and starting a movement of prayer in Lansing and across the nation.

The signs are free and not for sale, but I am open to anyone who would like to sow into this work.

If you have questions or would like a sign, send an email to prayforallchildren@ph467.com, or visit www.ph467.com.

Shalom,
James Brobst
Lansing, Illinois


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2 thoughts on “A prayer for Lansing’s children

  1. Prayer is a conversation between a person and God. This can be done anywhere one chooses. And, when two or more are gathered in His name there he will be also. I am all for showing that prayer solves problems. If you believe in prayer, you have no problem.

    To God be the Glory.

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