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How to teach your kids to pray

Recently I shared a video of Vivi (5 ½) and Vana (almost 3) praying at bedtime and was flooded with questions of how to teach your kids to pray. I feel like I haven’t shared much about this because it wasn’t something I set out to intentionally teach them but just was a natural part of home life. Y’all know my heart for prayer and many know that I grew up with a mom who would pray with me about

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Does prayer feel like you’re talking to a wall?

The following content was adapted from our Pre-Prayer Webinar! This free two-hour training walks through how to use your prayer journal and gives practical tips for overcoming four major obstacles to prayer, including “unbelief” which you’ll read about below! To watch the full webinar, click here. Prayer is absolutely dependent on faith. It has virtually no existence apart from it and accomplishes nothing unless it is faith’s inseparable companion. – EM BOUNDS We’ve talked to lots of people over the years

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The benefits of praying consistently

The following content was taken from our Pre-Prayer Webinar! We thought it was too perfect for the new year not to share in a blog post also. To watch the full webinar, click here. So many of you have told us that “prayer” is either your word of the year or one of your biggest goals. If you’ve chosen to dive deeper into prayer this year, you’re making one of the most impactful decisions of your life and we’re cheering

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Our NEW online prayer course

Have you ever questioned whether or not prayer actually makes a difference? Do you strain your ears to hear the voice of God, yet are met with silence on the other end? Has there been a time where you knew you needed to pray with someone, but felt too uncomfortable or embarrassed to make a move? If you are really honest, would you say that there have been times where you just didn’t really feel like praying at all? Guess what,

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30 Books in 2019

One of my favorite hobbies (besides actually reading books) is adding books to my Amazon wishlist. I wrote a post a few years ago about how I pick books and retain what I learn. Read that here. This year, I’ve organized my books (and chosen them really) based on my 2019 goals. There are so many great non-fiction books I would love to read but I wanted to focus on books that correlated with what I hope to do this year. Feel

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