Bloom: Intentionally Praying for Your Child 5 Day Challenge

By Karen Isbell

PRAYING INTENTIONALLY FOR YOUR-2Do you long to pray purposeful and powerful prayers for your child but feel like they fall flat sometimes?

The “mom brain” struggle is real. Most days I can’t put together a complete sentence much less an effective prayer.

My mom taught me the power of prayer, cultivating in me a passion for prayer and diligence to be faithful in it. But motherhood has brought an unexpected season to my prayer life, one that yields half-sentence prayers offered whenever I find a quiet (or not so quiet) moment. I long to pray intentional, purposeful and powerful prayers for my children but struggle to find the words.

Desperate, God led me to His word, reminding me that powerful and purposeful prayers are already written for us, we don’t have to depend on the cohesiveness of our words to pray intentionally for our children. He has equipped us when our words fail us. FullSizeRender

Join us for a 5 Day Challenge as we pray intentionally for our children. You will get 5 free scripture prayer cards to download and use during our journey. Print them off and place them around your home or in your Bible to remind you to pause and dwell with Him as you go throughout your day. Sign up here.

 

1 Comment on Bloom: Intentionally Praying for Your Child 5 Day Challenge

  1. Shannon
    June 25, 2016 at 6:53 pm (1 year ago)

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