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Developing a Love of Prayer in Your Kids – Dr. David Ireland

As a parent you can help make prayer a part of your child’s everyday life. On this one day Focus on the Family broadcast, Jim Daly and John Fuller talk with Dr. David Ireland over his book, Raising a Child Who Prays. You can find it on our store here: http://bit.ly/2O0rZN3

He charges moms and dads that spiritual instruction begins at home, how giving children solitude is a good thing, and how we need to set a place, time, and agenda for prayer. He also shares a practical 5-finger method on how each finger on the hand represents a different person we should encourage our children to pray for. There is additional web only content on the power of a praying child.

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