Every time my kids see a guitar, they think about their daddy. Whenever they see a quilt, it reminds them of Mimi. I’m not quite sure what makes them think of me…perhaps chocolate??? 😉
Take the I Spy Prayer Challenge– Let your kids pick something that reminds them of the ones they love. Then, every time you see those things, take a minute to pray for others.
This can be especially fun if you choose landmarks or things you might see while in the car, or even on billboards. So take a trip, say some prayers, and teach your kids to think of others– all in the course of a day’s drive. (Special thanks to my friend Carrie for the idea!)
It reminds me of this verse…
“I do not cease to give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers.” Ephesians 1:16
I always get warm fuzzier when I hear that passage!
How do you help your kids pray? Let us know in the comments below!