How to Pray For Your Kids (A FREE Prayer Printable!}

Motherhood has always been a hard job. And maybe it’s just me, but it seems like our culture is making it harder than ever to raise wise, godly kids.

And so, I pray.

Yes, my kids are older. But I still pray. And I also have grandkids now, so my prayers won’t be stopping any time soon.

It grieves me to see so many kids struggling against the powerful tide of our culture and all of its distractions and enticements, and the enemy’s plans to annihilate the faith of our next generation.

And so, I pray.

Praying for our kids is the single most important thing we can ever do for them.

Could you use some help in the praying-for-your-kids department? I’ve created a powerful, Scripture-based prayer printable for you called Essential Prayers for Your Kids. And it’s completely FREE.

A gift from my heart to yours, one mom to another. To get your free Scripture-based prayer printable, just CLICK HERE. Or visit my Free Resources page. 

Leave me a comment and I will pray for you and your kids today.

Happy Praying!


Concerned Mommy said...

Thank you, Julie, for this! It is not a coincidence that this was in my inbox this morning after an emotional conversation with my 14-year-old who is questioning her sexuality. Need your prayers that God guide me in this. Thank you again.

Anonymous said...

Julie, thank you so very much, this couldn't have come at a more appropriate time! My daughter is shopping and packing in preparation for her first year of college these days, and I can't help but feel like a bundle of tears, nerves and anxiety, both for her AND ME! I know my prayers will be essential for her, especially when she's in her dorm, not sleeping under my roof each night. Please pray for her, and our family, during this transition period. I know God is guiding her, and she's going to be in a great place! I need to turn my worries into prayers for her! Thank you so very much!

Anonymous said...

Wow Julie, this is awesome. Thank you sooo much for sharing what has been shared with you. This is just what the 'doctor' ordered. I a new mom, my daughter is 11 months and I already realize the importance and power of being a praying mother. I thank God that my mother is one and hope to continue the legacy. Again, thank you.

Kathryn said...

Thank you Julie! As a single mom to 10 year old boys (dad has chosen to abandon them) I want to raise them as Godly men with good hearts. So many things coming at them, especially at school and in the media.

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