Teaching Your Child How to Pray (Heritage Builders Series)
1. Giving Your Children The Best 2. Understanding Prayer 3. Prayer Is For Kids 4. Our Approach To Prayer 5. KISS: Keep It Short And Simple 6. Make It Fun And Normal 7. Making Progress 8. Mentor-Dad And Mentor-Mom 9....
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1. Giving Your Children The Best 2. Understanding Prayer 3. Prayer Is For Kids 4. Our Approach To Prayer 5. KISS: Keep It Short And Simple 6. Make It Fun And Normal 7. Making Progress 8. Mentor-Dad And Mentor-Mom 9. Allegorical Mentoring 10. Amazing Grace 11. Growing Up In Prayer 12. Introducing Your Child To Prayer 13. Answers To Prayer 14. Teaching Some Of The How-To Details 15. Teaching Your Child What To Pray
How much do your children know? We teach our children academics. We give them instruction in the arts and physical fitness. We show them how to swim, skate, and ride a bike. But have we forgotten the most basic and necessary skill of all? Have we taught them to pray? Prayer is the foundation for communicating with God, growing as a person, and receiving help and wisdom for every other part of life. Teaching children to pray is one of the most important tasks parents have. Inside Teaching Your Child to Pray you will find:
Answers to your children's questions about prayer Practical tips, helps, and activities for teaching the discipline of prayer What the Bible says about children and prayer Stories and examples of how prayer works Ways to reap the benefits of prayer for your children and see it affect their lives Give your children a real head start. Teach them to communicate with the Savior. It will make an eternal difference.
Growing up, Rick Osborne really liked Superman. Superman did what was right, he did cool things that other people couldn't do, and he never quit. The Bible is full of great Superman-type stories where God helps good guys battle evil guys with his awesome supernatural help. By telling these stories, Rick loves to help boys see the real-life superhero that God wants each of them to be. Rick lives with his family up north in Canada, closer to where Superman built his fortress.
- <div>table Of Content<br><br><b>part 1: "get Ready"</b><p>chapter 1: Giving Our Children The Best<br><br>chapter 2: Prayer Is For Kids<p><br><b>part 2: "get Set"</b><p>chapter 3: Saying Prayers-or Praying?<br><br>chapter 4: Kiss: Keep It Simple And Sincere<br><br>chapter 5: Make It Fun And Normal<br><br>chapter 6: Making Progress<br><br>chapter 7: Mentor-dad And Mentor-mom<br><br>chapter 8: Modeling God<br><br>chapter 9: Amazing Grace<p><br><b>part 3: "go!"</b><p>chapter 10: Growing Up In Prayer<br><br>chapter 11: Introducing Your Child To God<br><br>chapter 12: Answers To Prayer<br><br>chapter 13: Teaching Some Of The How-to Details<br><br>chapter 14: Teaching Your Child What To Pray<br></p></div>