Increasing Liberty's Influence through 52 Days of Prayer
52 Days of Prayer begins on January 1, 2022. Please consider taking a day to pray for the following goals:
- Continue Liberty's enrollment grown of 15% or more
Reveal pathways to increase salaries and continue 95%+ employee retention
- Grant a successful transition into the Hugo Campus for both faculty and families
- Guide a long-range master plan and capital campaign to purchase land and build new buildings
- Establish the LCA program by providing for branding/trademark needs and guiding a well-defined plan for implementation
Wondering what a day of prayer might look like? Here are some suggestions:
- Schedule time in your day to pray. Pick a time when you won't be interrupted
- Have your Bible and a notebook available to hear from God
- Read Scripture before praying and take time to reflect on God's word
- Consider the act of fasting
Building the Wall in 52 Days
The book of Nehemiah narrates the historical account of the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem with God’s hand working through His people in the short span of only 52 days. What seemed to be an impossible act by human standards was indeed made possible by hard work, determination and prayer. We ask the Lord to bless the diligence and persistence of the Liberty community in spreading the message of our school to the Twin Cities and beyond so more children may receive the depth of faith and thought provided by the powerful, Christ-centered education at Liberty.
We firmly believe God has hand picked each and every person at Liberty, so we ask, in turn, that you pray for Him to choose the next 22 new students who will be joining our school in the Fall semester and to specifically bring more upper-school students, as well.
"Gentlemen, I have lived a long time and am convinced that God governs in the affairs of men. If a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without His notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without His aid? I move that prayer imploring the assistance of Heaven be held every morning before we proceed to business.” ~ Benjamin Franklin