We agonize over how to help teachers. We spend hours at board meetings discussing slow students. We wonder how to help the children from stressful home situations. We long to recover innocence in a classroom where impure influence has entered. In the early days of the Christian school movement, our churches spent hours praying for teachers, legal privileges, curriculum, and conviction. Are we now taking this for granted and forgetting that only God can make our schools work? Prayer is the key to success.