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See You at the Pole

September 29, 2011

Tuesday night at 7:00 pm students gathered together on the front steps of Demoss Hall for the event "See You at the Pole". Since this was the first time I took part in this event, I had no idea what it was. What I learned was that "See You at the Pole" is an event for students all around America (and even other countries). They can come to the flagpole at their school and pray early in the morning on the fourth Wednesday of September every year with other students and teachers.


Students pray for their state or country at See You at the Pole
(Photo by: Joel Coleman/Liberty University)

The reason that Liberty held it on Tuesday night, the night before See You at the Pole, is because they wanted to be able to pray for the students participating in it the following morning. We split up into groups based on our states or country that we represent and we prayed for that. I decided to go to the group for Europe because I consider that home. They had different students come up on stage during the event to guide on what to pray for. We prayed for the students at Liberty, athletes, coaches, teachers, principles of our old high school, safety on campus, and our youth pastor from home. I was really glad to see so many students come out to pray for our nation.


Students pray for their state or country at See You at the Pole
(Photo by: Joel Coleman/Liberty University)

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