Episode 58: See You at the Pole

How do we ignite a fire for Jesus among the youth of this generation?
Our guest today, Doug Clark, shares his years of experience with youth, and talks about how The FIRST BEST THING students can do is pray for their school. See You at the Pole (SYATP) is coming up on September 28th – what better time to talk to the spokesman for this national rally than two weeks before the big day?

Ready to encourage your kids to rally their troops for SYATP? Let’s go….

DOUG CLARK is national field director for the National Network of Youth Ministries. Doug was a youth pastor at an evangelical Friends church for 16 years before joining the Network staff in 1990. He graduated from Fuller Seminary. Besides helping youth workers cooperate to reach and equip teenagers in their cities to find what God wants them to do in the world, Doug helps coordinate promotion for See You at the Pole, a movement of students praying for their schools. He is married to Debbie and has a son and daughter, both married with kids. They just moved to California’s Central Coast. Read more at.

Resources For You:

  • National Network of Youth Ministries – Home
  • National Network of Youth Ministries – Doug Clark
  • See You at the Pole
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