Thursday, September 29, 2011

We want to hear from you!

Before we end this study, we'd love to hear your thoughts on The Power of A Praying Parent by Stormie Omartian.

What prayers meant the most to you?

Do you have any creative ways of reminding you to pray over your children throughout the day?

Which prayer challenged you the most?

Please share your thoughts on this study in the comment section below this post.  We would love to hear from you!

Chrissy, Jessica and Nicole

*  We will be taking a few weeks off in October.  Please join us on Wednesday October 19th when we will announce our next study.  In the meantime, if you need some spiritual uplifting, you can always read our previous studies and posts.  If you are need of a prayer or have a praise report, you are always welcome to leave those as well.


Chrissy said...

I think this study was a perfect fit for autism moms. Our lives may have some additional challenges, but "The Power of a Praying Parent" reminded me that all parents want the same things for their children, whether they have autism or not.

Jessica said...
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Jessica said...

I think that what I got most from this study is the importance of just stopping and praying. Every time I think of an area that needs prayer, it is a prompting from the Holy Spirit to pray. This book reminded me that there are no concerns that are too small and that there are many areas that need to be covered in prayer.

Nicole Collins said...

It's funny how fear and worry could take over my day. I would take that as a sign to dig deeper, research and try to figure out the answer to whatever was worrying me. Now I take it as an urging from the Holy Spirit to pray. It makes for such a better day to stop and pray about it then to worry all day long. It's hard to remember to do it but when I do, it's a lot easier.