We ask that you join us in prayer over the following prayer requests from our youth-
• Please pray for my mom to get a job so I can go home
• Please pray for my mom to get clean from drugs. She failed her last drug test so I am going to a foster home now. Please pray for me to find a good foster home.
• I really want to go and live with them when I leave Holston. Please pray for me to get to go to one of my sister’s houses to live.
• Please pray for my sister. She is pregnant, and she is not ready to be a mother.
• Please pray for my brother. We may not be placed together and he is the only sibling I have that I feel close to.
• Please pray for my mom. She had surgery a while ago on her leg, and it is infected. Please pray for a healthy recovery for her.
• Please pray for my brother to know God
• Please pray for my brother and I to go home. My aunt is going to adopt us, and she just got her home approved. Please pray for everything in this process to go smoothly.
• Please pray for my anxiety. I’m close to turning 18 and leaving, and the closer I get to 18, the more anxiety I have about it.
• Please pray for me. I graduated from Beacon school last May, and it’s been hard since going home. I’m joining the Army and move to Georgia this week to start basic training.
• Please pray for my brother. He just got deported and he has two kids still living in the United States.
• Please pray for me. I might be taking in my brother when I turn 18.
• Please pray for my mom. She currently needs surgery on her gall bladder, and I’m praying God will heal her.
• Pray for my family members that are in an abusive situation.
• Please pray for me and my dad to have a better relationship. There are some things that I don’t want my dad to know, but I need to tell him so I can go home.
Please continue to pray for the youth and families that we serve. We also ask that you remember our staff and their families in your prayers as well.
“And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.” Romans 8: 28