As we are spending the month improving the spiritual health of our family, we have tried to be more intentional during our evening prayer and song before bed.
We taught our children that you can prayer anywhere but it is best to find a quiet place where you can concentrate. Then, we explained that when you are in a group, closing your eyes and sitting quietly can help keep you from being distracted. As we tried to teach the children, we never forced one of them to pray but would ask for a volunteer. Inevitably, one of the children would say, “I don’t know what to pray about.” These cards help spark ideas for prayer while also teaching that prayer is about thanking and interceding for others as well as asking for things we need. The cards also have Scriptures on the bottom to affirm that we can talk to God anytime and about anything.
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Great Bibles for Kids
The Picture Smart Bible
The Beginner’s Bible: Timeless Children’s Stories
Adventure Bible, NIV
NIV Faithgirlz! Bible, Revised Edition
The Action Bible
Adventure Bible for Early Readers, NIrV
Day by Day Kid’s Bible: The Bible for Young Readers (Tyndale Kids)
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