Tuesday, August 27, 2013

4th Annual Inspired By Hope Charitable Gala

Join Us For Our 4th Annual Inspired By Hope Charitable Gala! It wil beDecember 7, 2013 at Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando, FL. Your Support Can Help To Change Lives. Be the hope, inspiration and difference is someone's life. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS.

Our goal is to raise $25,000 by December 31, 2013.  Visit us online to DONATE  NOW. Donations may also be...

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HOPE /hop/ : A feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen

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Saturday, August 10, 2013

How To Get Your Child Interested In Prayer | Prayer Line

Prayer is so powerful. Many adults who have prayed steadfast for decades and witnessed firsthand the grace and healing power it has already understand the importance of daily prayer. Our children are another story though. They may not see the value of praying daily and centering themselves spiritually.  Here are a few things you can try to help your child become more interested in prayer.

PRAY WITH THEM: Whether your child will admit it or not, you are influential in their life and an example. Take the time to pray with them daily. You can keep the prayers short and sweet to start and introduce longer, more engaging prayers as their interest in prayer grows.

HAVE THEM WRITE THEIR OWN PRAYER: Encourage them to write a prayer of their own. Allow them the freedom to create it all on their own, in their own words. Then type up their prayer, frame it and place it prominently in your home.  

BUY THEM A PRAYER BOOK:  Having a prayer book all their own can be helpful. They will have lots of prayers to choose from and can select their favorites.  Read some of the prayers with them and discuss the meaning of the prayers with your child.  

DISCUSS YOUR PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH THE POWER OF PRAYER: Share your personal testimony with your child.  Tell them how prayer has changed your life and give specific examples.
Helping your child appreciate the power of prayer is a valuable gift.  

Share, explore and be the example for your child. Prayer can be a healing and bonding experience that you and your child can share together.  You and your child can also join us for our monthly prayer call, First Tuesdays, that we have the 1st Tuesday of each month.

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