Blessings and Greetings GLAS Family & Friends!  

I pray you all are having a wonderful and relaxing summer.  As we are anticipating the new school year, I know we are all eager to have God pour out His Holy Spirit on Greater Lansing Adventist School(GLAS), to bless and oversee our plans, our students, our health, our teaching, our…everything!  For this reason, we are proposing to engage in 40 Days of Prayer prior to our school year starting. Each day we will individually pray for a set topic (click on the link below for the topics).   This prayer initiative will run from Wednesday, July 6 through Sunday, August 14. Our 40 Days of Prayer will culminate with our students praying by the flagpole on the first day back to school on August 15th.  

Our 40 Days of Prayer will start by meeting at the school for a season of prayer on WednesdayJuly 6 from 7:30 pm-8:00 pm.  We realize everyone can’t meet in person, and that is fine.  But at least we can all be praying throughout the days in our own homes and prayer closets.  In addition, we will meet each Wednesday at 7:30 pm at the school for prayer time.   

We are excited to invite GLAS families, school board members, as well as our churches to pray with us for 40 days.   We are confident that God has great things in store for those that pray—us!   


What: 40 Days of Prayer  

When:  July 6-August 14  

Where: In your own homes.  However, we will meet on the following Wednesdays at GLAS: 

  • July 6 @ 7:30pm-8:00pm 
  • July 13 @ 7:30pm-8:00pm 
  • July 20 @ 7:30pm-8:00pm 
  • July 27 @ 7:30pm-8:00pm 
  • August 5 @ 6:30pm-7:30pm(Note: Due to Teacher convention, we will meet on FRIDAY this week)
  • August 10 @ 7:30pm-8:00pm

  How: Please see the link for the prayer topic list:  TOPIC LIST

Article was written by: Melinda Widdicombe / Greater Lansing Adventist School

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