Prayer, Plain and Simple

Prayer, Plain and Simple

A Prayer for the Adults Who Influence our Children

A couple years ago Jennifer Schuchmann and I – we co-author Six Prayers God Always Answers, and Nine Ways God Always Speaks – worked on a project to help parents pray for their schoolaged children. Here’s the second of 30 simple prayers we offered, each targeting a specific need. This one offers a blessing for the adults who influence our children’s lives while they are in school.



“Jesus, apart from you we can’t do anything well so we ask you to bless the efforts of parents, teachers, and administrators and to make this school year the best ever.”

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