August 2015 Prayer Calendar for Children

This is a prayer calendar that is meant to help children (and families) grow their prayer lives and their faith. Children want to pray, but it can often be difficult for them to think of things to pray for.  "Will you pray for my rabbit?",  "My chicken needs prayer," "Pray that I can get a... Continue Reading →

365 Days of Praying for your Child – July

I don't know how many children you have, whether they are still at home or out on their own, or what situations they have encountered this past month, but I do know that praying for them is the most important thing you can do as a parent. Our children never outgrow our prayers. Please print... Continue Reading →

June 2015 Prayer Calendar for Children

Summer is such a great time to be intentional with your kids!  There are Vacation Bible Schools, summer camp programs, and church events that can all help your child grow in his faith.  But nothing will help your child grow in his faith more than a daily time with God . . . a time... Continue Reading →

May 2015 Prayer Calendar for Children

This post contains a prayer calendar for children for the month of May -- a different prayer idea for each day of the month!  The calendar follows the outline given in the Lord's Prayer and is intended to help our children learn to pray BIG!  The prayers of our children can have a huge impact... Continue Reading →

March 2015 Prayer Calendar for Children

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... Continue Reading →

December 2014 Prayer Calendar for Children

As you reflect on this past year, take time to examine the spiritual health of your family.  How would you rate 2014 on a spiritual scale?  Did you help your children grow in their relationships with Jesus Christ?  Did  you make Bible reading and prayer a priority?  Were you intentional about passing on your faith?... Continue Reading →

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