Back to school with prayer

Starting school is always a little nerve-racking, even if you’ve done it lots of times before … here’s an opportunity to get a quick fuel-up each day as you gear into school mode.

From the site:, a daily online devotional series, was created and is produced by Passport, Inc. Passport is a student ministry organization foucssed on creating meaningful experiences and resources for students… is sponsored by three denominational partners: the Congregational Life office of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, the Youth and Young Adult Ministries of the Presbyterian Church (USA), The Program Center for Lifelong Christian Formation of the Episcopal Church.

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  1. Elizabeth Ring

    d365 is great. I hope the word is getting around to all our youth.

  2. I have taken at look @d365 and I love it. I have passed it on to others in the church and will continue to use it.

    Thanks Passport, Inc.

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  3. Debra Gallington

    I have used for my personal devotion time for over a year. It is the perfect start to my day. I used their ‘Back to School’ meditations this month with our high school Sunday School class. It was an excellent way to prayerfully and thoughtfully prepare for the new school year!

  4. d365 really is a wonderful resource. Youth ministry sure is claiming an important part of creating resources and spaces to allow the inner spiritual lives of teens to move in creative ways and grow strong. Amen to welcoming the joy and wonder of prayer that is part of every one of us. Thanks, Episcopal Church along with your partners.

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