Raise Them Up: Praying God's Word Over Your Kids
: Hold on to Prayer As a mom, you want to protect and shield your children from the troubles of the world, but you can't follow them around everywhere. When the time comes for you to let go...
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Hold on to Prayer
As a mom, you want to protect and shield your children from the troubles of the world, but you can't follow them around everywhere. When the time comes for you to let go of their hands and let them learn to walk on their own, you can trust them to God's care.
In Raise Them Up discover effective strategies for praying God's Word over your children. Learn to intercede for your children, find inspirational stories, and resources for praying specific scriptures for salvation, protection, purity and so much more. As you pray with confidence, you will be empowered to… pray bold prayers to help your children in every situation experience the impact of powerful prayers to fulfill His purposes trust God more when you speak His Word over your children live out your purpose when you seek God's will for your family You maybe not be able to protect your child from every bruise, but no matter how old they are or how far they go, you can be with them in prayer. When you pray Scripture over their lives, you can trust that you are praying God's will for your children.
Sally Burke is a dynamic speaker, teacher, co-author of Unshaken and the president of Moms in Prayer International. She leads a worldwide ministry and oversees staff and directors who equip and encourage women in the transforming power of prayer. She is a former space shuttle engineer. Sally and her husband, Ed, have four grown children and two grandchildren.
Cyndie Claypool de Neve , the former director of communications at Moms in Prayer International, was the lead editor/coordinator for When Moms Pray Together . She holds an M.A. in counseling psychology and is the senior director of creative and technical services at Emmanuel Faith Community Church in California. She and her husband, Marcel, have two children.