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  1. I’m so glad I came across this article. One of my prayers today is that my girls will develop a life of prayer. I actually encourage them to spend time with Jesus when they come home from school. But they really don’t want to. This article not only encourages me to stay fervent in prayer, but to seek sources to help them during their prayer time. Thanks.

    1. Hi Emily,
      Thanks for letting us know! The link should be fixed now if you’d like to try again 🙂
      Suzanne@Not Consumed

  2. Hi Ms. Kim! This serves as a wonderful reminder that life is a journey of learning. Thank you for providing some wonderful tools here to dive deeper into that learning process. I do 1 out of 3 of these with my children. What’s so funny is that I recently began attending a new church and they do all of these. At my old church, none of this was done with that kind of purposeful intention. It was such a foreign, but exciting concept to learn. I’m glad to have “a list” (and a simple one) to learn with my children.

  3. Thank you Kim! I am planning on using your JOY prayer cards in our morning Bible time for our next school year. I am so excited and encouraged to use these tips to help my family heal our prayer life!

  4. I love these ideas! We should really start a prayer journal with our kids. I have one (that I neglect for long periods). This is a good reminder to re-energize my practice and get the kids on board.

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