365 Days of Praying for Your Children — March

As I look at my five boys, I am reminded daily that my time with them is limited.  Today they will wrestle in the living room, tomorrow they will wrestle in the world.  As their mom, the most important thing I can do to help them prepare for that day is to PRAY. And so I pray, knowing that God loves my children even more than I do.

365 Days of Praying for Your Children

I know that you pray for your children, too.  That is why I am making these prayer guides each month — to help each one of us become more intentional in our prayers for our children throughout the year.

Here is what I will be using this month to help direct and focus my prayers for my children.  I hope it also helps you.

 365 Days of Praying for Your Children — March (printable)

March 2015


Author: Cheri Gamble

Cheri Gamble is a minister's wife and mom to five boys who lives in Southwestern Lower Michigan. She and her husband, Tom, have been married for twenty-five years and they have been involved with vocational ministry for just as long. Cheri is the author of over 15 books including devotionals and hands-on Bible Curriculum. She enjoys serving the children and youth at her church as a Sunday School teacher, children's worship leader, and children's music and drama leader. She also works as the Outreach Ministries Director at LifePlan, an organization with the mission of "Spreading the Gospel by helping people choose life and live a Hope-filled life". In her free time, Cheri enjoys reading, writing, working on her blog, and watching football with her boys.

7 thoughts on “365 Days of Praying for Your Children — March”

    1. I didn’t put it in a calendar format this month . . . just the above printable (which corresponds to the days of the month). If you want it in a calendar format, let me know, and I will be sure to go back to that in the future.

  1. I actually really liked the calendar format as well, but the list will do too! Thank you for such a great encouraging resource!

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