Episode 123: See You At the Pole with National Field Director Doug Clark

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See You At the Pole, the global day of student prayer, is an annual gathering that began in 1990 as a grass roots movement with ten Texas students praying at their school. Decades later, millions pray on their campuses on the fourth Wednesday in September. 

If you have seen students coming together praying at a school flag pole this is See You at the Pole in action! It is simply a prayer rally where students meet before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. See You at the Pole™ is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event.

Today on the Still With You we have the honoring of hearing from one of my favorite leaders, See You At the Pole National Field Director Doug Clark. 

As National Field Director, Doug serves as promotion coordinator for See You at the Pole, is involved in networking in San Diego locally, and helps lead a dynamic team of field leaders who currently serve hundreds of local networks in 10 regions across the US. With is life-dedication to youth ministry is he more than qualified to present the history of this incredible prayer movement and share the hype for how each of us can participate in praying over this year’s SYATP event occurring on September 28th. 

I hope you enjoy every moment of this conversation and are encouraged to pray with conviction now more than ever for the upcoming generation!! Prayer works and it connects us to Jesus! Here is National Field Director of See You at the Pole, our friend, Doug Clark.

Links from today’s show…

See You At the Pole

Doug Clark

Phillipians 1:6


Claim Your Campus

More podcast episodes featuring Doug Clark…

Moms In Prayer Podcast, Episode 118: See You At the Pole – Doug Clark

Student Ministry Matters, Episode 80 See You At the Pole with Doug Clark

Share Your Story – Become a SWY Sponsor

How to Podcast With Kohlie Browning

Music, “Where the Light Dances” by Yamaree

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