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Praying Scripture for Your Children: B is for Boldness

 

Praying scripture for your children is one of the most powerful things you can do as a parent. Fortunately, it is also one of the simplest. 

In this series, we are working through the alphabet, giving you 26 virtues and related scriptures to pray for your kids. Having these prayer cards on hand have increased both the quantity and quality of prayers for my kids. I hope they will help you in the same way.

I’ll be sharing a new prayer card each week, but first, here are some simple ideas for using the prayer cards.

 

Ways to use the prayer cards:

- Post on the mirror in bathroom to pray as you get dressed

- Post in kitchen to pray while you wash dishes or cook

- Keep in car to pray on trips around town

- Tuck in your purse for waiting times (doctor’s offices, carpool, etc)

- Place in your Bible to incorporate in your quiet time

- Give to your child to let them know exactly what you are praying for them

 

 

 

praying scripture for your children: B is for Boldness

Praying scripture for your children: FREE printable prayer cards

 

Now onto this week’s virtue and scripture.

Praying Scripture for your children:

B is for Boldness

B is for Boldness {Virtues to pray for your children}

Praying Scripture for your children: B is for Boldness prayer card {FREE printable}

 

Click here for the printable of Letter B

The letter C prayer card coming soon…

 

Related Resources:

Resource list for praying scripture for your children

A is for Attentiveness- prayer card

When you just need some calm and quiet {Free Board Game}

 

Summers can make a momma a little crazy.

Airplanes with littles…airports and 3am taxi rides…heat headaches and too much ice cream. Yep, I’ve had them all this week. A little quiet is just what the doctor ordered.

So it’s time for the quiet hearts board game.

 

Make Your Own Quiet Hearts Board Game

 

This is a game that requires very little prep, just the ability to print off the instructions. But it gives a good hour or more of fun and can be used again and again. The kind of activity I love~ wink ~

 

If you and your people need some down time, why, I’ve got just the thing for you:)  Just click and print! Click here for the printable instructions to make and play  the Quiet Hearts Game

You are very welcome.

 

{From one summer-crazy mom to another…}

AJ

 

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