Pray for Arkansas on April 28, 2024

Join churches across Arkansas in praying for our state and our communities on Sunday, April 28.

Read the governor’s proclamation designating April 28 as “A Special Day of Prayer in Arkansas.”

Email Jim@FamilyCouncil.org to register and receive additional details.


Join The Church Ambassador Network of Arkansas

Church Ambassador is a nonpartisan ministry. 

This is a network that builds relationships between church leaders and elected leaders regardless of their political leanings. 

Email Jim@FamilyCouncil.org to learn more about this vital ministry, or if you are a church leader who wants to get involved, fill out the form below to join today.


The Annual Day of Prayer for Arkansas Students is September 25, 2024

Act 902 of 2021 directs the Governor of Arkansas and the Commissioner of Education to annually proclaim the last Wednesday in September of each year as “A Day of Prayer for Arkansas Students.” The law also calls upon the citizens of Arkansas to pray for students, teachers, administrators, and schools.

Students, teachers, administrators, and schools need our prayers now more than ever. 

Here are some ways you can promote the Day of Prayer for Arkansas Students in your community:

  • Let your pastor know about it so he can announce it in church
  • Notify your school board, superintendent, principal, or teachers about it
  • If the school has any Christian clubs such as FCA, notify the faculty sponsor or member of the group
  • Organize a group of friends to pray for students in public and private school and those enrolled in a home school on the last Wednesday of September.

Please contact our office at (501) 375-7000 if you have any questions about the annual Day of Prayer for Arkansas Students.


October 3, 2024, is “Bring Your Bible to School Day”

Thursday, October 3, is national Bring Your Bible to School Day.

This is a day for students across the country to exercise their First Amendment rights by bringing copies of God’s Word with them to school. It’s also an opportunity for students to discuss their faith and share the gospel with their friends outside of class time. Bring Your Bible to School Day is a movement sponsored by our friends at Focus on the Family.

Last year, 877,353 students took part in this amazing event! If you don’t have a student in public school, there still may be ways you or your church can help Bring Your Bible to School Day be successful.

Visit BringYourBible.com to learn more.