This month, our children will be praying for countries such as Cuba, Ireland, and Israel. They will be praying for their governments, local churches, and their own families. And they will be praying for areas in their own lives that they need God to transform.
Through all of this, they will be learning that they can pray for any THING, any TIME, and any WHERE!! God hears their prayers and He will answer.
Keep scrolling and you will find the prayer calendar for this month right on this page, as well as the link to the printable prayer calendar. We like to print them off and keep them on the side of our refrigerator to use before meals. How do you use yours?
There’s lots of other things going on here at Ministry Mom, so stick around and explore!
If you aren’t doing the Easter Bible Reading plan, it is not too late to begin — 7 weeks of great Scriptures and ideas to help your family stay focused on what Easter is really all about. Click on Bible Reading Plans in the Menu above to find them.
You also might be interested in my article on helping our teens stay pure:
or my challenge to the church in America in response to the deaths of the 21 Egyptian Christians:
Also, be sure to pick up your prayer guide for 365 Days of Praying for Your Children. You can find the one for March here:
And, if you are using the prayer calendars, be sure to share them so that your friends can help their kids pray BIG, too!
Have a great month and keep praying!
March Prayer Calendar for Children (printable)
1 Elohim – Praise God the creator! Praise Him for His wonderful creation!
2 Pray for Cuba. Pray for people to find Christ and for Christians to have a strong witness.
3 Pray for your government leaders to find Christ and to put Him first!
4 Pray for someone you know who is sick.
5 Search your life for areas where you need to be forgiven. Pray about those areas.
6 Pray for God to help you in your area of greatest temptation.
7 Take a prayer walk (or drive) around your neighborhood.
8 Jehovah M’Kaddesh – Praise God that He cleans us up!
9 Pray for Russia. Pray for Christians to have a bold and powerful witness.
10 Pray for the churches in your community to come together to reach others.
11 Pray for your parents.
12 Pray for the forgiveness of your nation.
13 Pray for the temptation to be too proud. Pray for humility.
14 Make shamrock cookies. Deliver them to a neighbor and pray.
15 El Gibhor – Mighty God, Messiah! Praise God that He is a Mighty God and Savior!
16 Pray for Ireland. Pray for people to find Jesus and to seek Him first in their lives.
17 Pray for your Sunday School teacher and class.
18 Pray for your siblings. If you are an only child, pray for another relative.
19 Pray for the forgiveness of your local church.
20 Pray for the temptation to not care about other people. Pray for compassion.
21 Collect items for Easter baskets for a homeless shelter.
22 Jehovah Shalom – The Lord is our Peace! Praise God that we can experience peace through Him!
23 Pray for Israel. Pray for Israeli’s to come to Jesus and to discover Him as the Messiah and Savior.
24 Pray for the members of the media to always report the truth and to find Jesus.
25 Pray for the construction workers in your community.
26 Pray for the ability to always be able to forgive.
27 Pray for the temptation to want more and more things. Pray for contentment.
28 Make a palm branch praise tree to hang in your house.
29 The Lord our KING – praise God that He is the King of Kings and Lord of Lords!
30 Pray for your area of influence. Pray that you can be a missionary right where you are today!
31 Pray for your local hospital. Pray for Christian doctors and nurses.
Sunday: Discovering/praising God for His Names/attributes (“Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy Name”)
Monday/Tuesday: Praying for God’s will to be done in different areas (Your Kingdom come, Your Will be done on earth as it is in heaven”)
Wednesday: Praying for people who are close to us (“Give us today our daily bread”)
Thursday: Concentrating on forgiveness (“And forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors”)
Friday: Praying for areas that lead to temptation (“And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one”)
Saturday: Suggested activity to end the week.
I love this! What a very specific list of “prayers”!!!!! Touched my heart!
Thank you so much for these! Just found your site and enjoying it!
I really like this idea!
What a beautiful way to really pray intentionally with our kids!! I love this. ❤