For the third year in a row I will be joining Nester and 1000+ blogger in writing for 31 days straight during the month of October.
Over the last two years, I have been teaching my kids how to pray God’s Word by using Scripture Verse and Memory Cards that I created. These set of index-sized cards with a memory scripture on one side and a prayer on the other, have made prayer simply for my little ones.
It's been great but there is so much more I want to teach my kids about prayer.
Even though my kids are now 7, 9, and 11, I still pray with them at bedtime and remind them to read their devotionals. Eventually it will be up to them to nurture their relationship with God on their own. One of the ways they can do this by embracing a life of prayer, which is just a fancy way of saying talking to God regularly.
Join me at I write 31 Days of Teaching Kids About Prayer. Each post will be a simple principle that will be accompanied by a little activity, printable, or game that will help reinforce the big idea for the day.
My hope is that it will grow both their faith and mine!
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Day 2: Prayer Journal
Day 3: A Simple Model of Prayer
Day 4: Books on Prayer
Day 5: Don't Worry... Pray
Day 6: Abide in Me
Day 7: Patience in Prayer
Day 10: Specific Prayers
Day 11: A Peak Into my Prayer Journal
Day 12: Be Watchful and Thankful
Day 16: Two are Better Than One
Day 17: Speak Blessings in Prayer
Day 18: Quotes on Prayer
Day 19: Ask in Faith
Day 20: Point of Contact
Day 21: Creative Ideas Through Prayer
Day 22: Set Apart Through Prayer
Day 23: Prayer as a Lever
Day 24: Seeing Past it
Day 26; Freedom from Fear
Day 27: Praying Through
Day 29: God on our Side
Day 30: Engaged in Prayer
Day 31: Share Your Testimony