Poll – Will you pray intentionally for your seminary professors?

Terry Delaney has been blogging about his burden to pray for his teachers at Southern Seminary. So, we’re asking for your feedback. Take the poll or leave a comment. He writes:

Here is what I am propositioning: In addition to covenanting to pray for Dr. Mohler, the president of the seminary, what if we all chose a professor (or two) from our current class schedules to covenant with in prayer.

[poll=15]

*Even non-Southern Seminary people are welcome to comment and join the conversation.

This entry was posted in Seminary & Bible College. Bookmark the permalink.

3 Responses to Poll – Will you pray intentionally for your seminary professors?

  1. If you have read my original post on this, I would greatly appreciate any thoughts you might have as to how to get this initiated on our campus at Southern. I would love to hear some language you would use if you were to write up a covenant to pray. I have some ideas and am praying that something can be in place for the start of the next school year.

    I would also appreciate any thoughts y’all (Dr. Orrick would be proud) have about this. Do you think not praying for the professors is a problem or am I making to broad a generalization?

    Terry Delaney’s last blog post..Confession is Necessary for the Believer

  2. Just a Guy says:

    Well, it would appear that Mr. Delaney is starting a bit of a revolution. I posted a similar poll on the Going to Seminary site. For me, I’ve found that simply praying for my professors before class begins has been a good approach. When I see them walk in I am reminded that they are real men, with real families, and real challenges… So, I pray for them while that thought is fresh in my mind. And I didn’t start doing this until I read Terry’s post… So, thanks for prodding us on Terry.

    Just a Guy’s last blog post..Date Night

  3. Trevin Wax says:

    I’m glad to see this initiative taking place. The life of a seminary professor must be difficult, balancing teaching, church ministry, and family commitments all at once.

    Trevin Wax’s last blog post..My Article in Christianity Today

Comments are closed.