Prayer is the language that lifts us out of the mire of the mundane and connects us with the Divine. If you’re like me, knowing and remembering that truth is critical. The same is true for the kiddos in our lives. What better way to reinforce that truth than with an illustrated book with stunning visual reminders. And the book is on sale!
The spiritual development of the kids in your life can sometimes be a daunting responsibility. I Can Talk to God is packed full of poignant and teachable moments that show kids they can talk to God anytime and anywhere., and about anything.
The I Can Talk to God picture book releases Monday, June 1, 2000. We’re celebrating with a Children’s Book Package Giveaway!
Sometimes God seems far away because you can’t see or feel Him. But He is right there, ready to listen to you. I want to help kids know and embrace that truth. I want them to know they can talk to God anytime and anywhere. That’s why I wrote my new picture book, I Can Talk to God.
With all this extra time with your kids and grandkids, you might be looking for ways to encourage their Spiritual Formation. God created our bodies, and we can use them in communicating with Him and praising Him. Here’s a simple prayer, especially for the kinesthetic learner who craves movement.
If we live long enough you and I will stare down many harbors of heartache. The burial of a loved one. Betrayal. The loss of a career. A chronic illness. Financial disaster. The list is long. Right now you might feel stuck in a season of sorrow. Or have a friend who is camped in a hurting place. This resource is for you.
We can hold a hurting friend, cry with her, wash her dishes, pick her kids up from school, and fix a supper, but when we pray Scripture over her, we’re giving her a gift that God promises to sink deep into her soul and give it roots. In today’s post, I’m sharing 12 of the verses I pray over my suffering sister-friends.