Following are the best books on prayer I can recommend for families. You’ll find prayer books here that range from preschool to high school. Don’t forget to check out additional prayer resources at the end of the post!
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As you teach your children to pray, teaching them to confess their own sin as a part of prayer is vital–and it’s a part of prayer that is often overlooked. I’ve design a set of prayer cards to help you teach your kids about the confession of sin, and to help them incorporate this important spiritual practice into their prayers.
At Thinking Kids, we’re working on a project to teach our kids to pray for others, to pray with gratitude, to pray for our communities, to pray for our world, to pray for our character, and to confess our sins in prayer. These printable prayer cards are a part of the Family Prayer Box project….. [Read more…]
Four Ways to Teach Your Kids About Prayer
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I want to welcome my dear friend Tauna from Proverbial Homemaker. She’s written this post to encourage you.
Dear Busy Mom,
Have you been having a hard time spending good time with the Lord in prayer? You want to feel connected to Him all day but find yourself in the middle of a prayer slump you can’t seem to get out of. You long to be a woman of prayer, but you’re struggling to find the time in the midst of the chaos and the clutter.
And you feel guilty because, after all, it’s not about finding time for the Lord but making Him your priority, right? You know this, yet for some reason it’s still hard. As I’m sure you’ve experienced, too, that a prayer-less day is always a less peaceful day. So what do you do to get back on track?