Paul’s letter to the Thessalonians says that joy, prayer, and thanksgiving should mark the life of a Christian. And not just any kind of prayer, continual prayer or as the King James Bible states prayer “without ceasing”.
Thankfully this scripture does not suggest that we are to pray without stopping, which would be impossible. But rather that we should establish a rhythm of prayer, one that includes praying on all occasions.
Join me over at Faith Gateway as I share how simple it is for us to teach our kids to create a rhythm of prayer that will serve them well throughout their lives.
Looking for a resource to teach your kids how to pray? Check out my Read it Pray it scripture cards.
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