Newsletter: Christmas 2022

Pray this Christmas

Christmas can be a difficult time for families. There is a lot of stress and emotion that can rise to the surface during this time of year.

Please be in prayer for the students of Rock Solid Refuge as they spend a week at home for the Christmas break. It’s difficult to explain the mixture of feelings that accompanies these young men returning home. There is excitement and anticipation, but there’s also a touch of worry and fear mixed into these emotions.

During this time at home, the students and their parents will be applying the skills that they’ve learned to better operate as a family. This also exposes a student’s strengths and weaknesses regarding relational maturity and allows us to focus more attention on the parts of their journey that still need to be addressed.

Pray for these relationships being rebuilt. Pray for patience and hope. Pray for the work of restoring adolescent lives.

We hope that this content has been informative and helpful. It is our desire to help families and bring struggling teens back together. We encourage you to share this information with others who may be in need.


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