The idea of Prayer Pact was born several years ago when I spoke at a pre-teen camp. As I was writing the lessons, I knew prayer would be one of the topics covered.
Through the Prayer Pact lesson, the kids learned what it meant to pray. Often prayer is misunderstood or misrepresented. Many think prayer is asking God for stuff. It is true that this is one aspect of prayer there is so much more.
If you are interested in helping your kids learn about prayer in a way that will help them develop good prayer habits, Prayer Pact a 30 day prayer journal for kids is for you.
Prayer Pact a 30 day prayer journal for kids
Want to help your kids develop a consistant prayer time? Prayer Pact can help!
A tool to teach your kids about prayer
Prayer doesn’t have to be complicated. Through the Prayer Pact, kids will keep a prayer journal and explore what prayer is, when to pray, and keep track of their prayers for a month. There is even a place to record answered prayers. This will be a great help as they begin to form and build their spiritual foundation.
As they learn about prayer, kids will explore the prayers of Daniel, Elijah, and Samuel. Every day they will read a verse about prayer, then as part of their prayer journal record their Prayer Pact:
There is even a place to record answered prayers.
By the time they are done, they will be well on their way to creating lasting prayer habits, and even have an entire month of written prayers!
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