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  1. Linda Harris says:

    I was raised Catholic & we were taught to pray in church & kneeling by our beds at night before we go to sleep.
    I still consider myself of Catholic faith, although confused because I like Bible study and that is not meant for any particular faith at all & I feel I can pray ANYWHERE. I like to sit outside out in the country and just look up at the sky & say the prayers in my words for whatever the reason is at the time. I believe I’m being heard, and I must say that someway or another, my prayers get answered, maybe not right away, but eventually God fits me in.
    There is power in prayer and I’m praying for some now.
    TY for letting me share

  2. Wow – all of the features of that book are SO practical! The part you shared of your contribution was excellent. One of my favorite ways to pray for my four boys is by playing worship music in their room and interceding through the lyrics while I worship dance (think free form ballet). “Holy Spirit You Are Welcome Here” is always a favorite song choice. It’s kind of like spraying “spiritual air freshener” – LOL which is especially perfect for my teenager’s room. Also, you know how we moms need to multitask and so I actually get aerobic exercise at the same time πŸ™‚. Of course I do this when they are not using their rooms and yes they know and think I’m think I’m weird but secretly love it πŸ˜‰

    1. Thank you Karen– Love your heart (and your worship prayer dance! :)) Thank you for the encouragement and yes, the Prayer journal should be excellent! much aloha to you and keep up the awesome parenting!

  3. Annette L. says:

    Thank you for this. I have not been as consistent about reading my Bible or praying as I want to be. This is a good reminder. I know God loves my kids and I need more of His wisdom. Checking out the journal now and glad to be reminded to pray more. πŸ™‚

  4. Oh I love this! I’ve followed the Mob Society a bit over time but this looks like a prayer journal that would be super practical! I need it. πŸ™‚ I have prayed through the “Power of a Praying Mom” book before and that is good too. Thanks for sharing and the reminder that prayer is the most important tool I have as a parent!

    1. Thanks Kim. Yes, I do love the Power of a Praying Mom book too. Blessings to you and hope you enjoy the journal if you get it. πŸ™‚ ALoha-

  5. Yes, as the mother of 2 boys I agree that it can be somewhat challenging. Their ages are young adult and teenager. I find great comfort in knowing that God loves them more than I do (that’s mind blowing in itself). The scripture that brings me great comfort is : Isaiah 54:13, “All your children shall be taught by the Lord, and great shall be the peace of your children.”

    1. Thanks for commenting Audrey! Great verse…love that one! And I agree — it’s hard to imagine God could love my kids more than I do. Just amazing. Much aloha and have a great weekend!