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ACPEQ Prayer Group

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This year, ACPEQ has established two official prayer groups. A prayer group for Francophones led by Mrs. Sylvie V. Maurais, as well as a prayer group for English-speaking people, led by Mrs. Angela Cyr.

These groups meet once a month, on Zoom, to pray for the different needs of parent educators, for home schooling, for the will of God in our province, in our lives, and for the laws surrounding home schooling.

The Bible declares that with God we will gain victory (Ps. 60:12). He alone reigns, and it is in Him alone that we can trust completely. As His children, we know that His perfect will is good for us, and that we can move confidently before the throne of grace to surrender our worries, present our petitions to Him, and thank Him for His blessings.

We don’t know what the future holds, but we know and love HIM who holds our future in his hands. While being active in our daily lives, in order to make our community known and to defend it to the full extent of our means, we can and MUST pray, putting our trust first in God. We wish that He alone will inspire and guide us in our endeavors. We wish that He alone will help us in our lives and in the face of the daily challenges that we choose to face with humility, love and fidelity. We want Him alone to equip and instruct us, so that we can give the best to our children. We want Him alone to lead our children and take care of their lives.

We strongly believe in the importance of prayer.

That is why we cordially invite you to take part in one of these two groups. You will be more than welcome.

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