Pray Big for Your Child: The Power of Praying God's Promises for Your Child's Life

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Revell, Feb 1, 2009 - Religion - 192 pages
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All parents want what's best for their children. What better place to begin than by praying for them? Now prayer expert Will Davis Jr. shows parents how to develop a prayer strategy for their kids.

Pray Big for Your Child helps parents unleash the power of praying Scripture for their children. It opens the door for bold, audacious prayers that change lives. This book includes a powerful thirty-one-day prayer guide and twelve around-the-clock reminders to help parents pray for their children throughout the day. Pray Big for Your Child teaches parents how to confidently use the most effective parenting resource available--prayer.

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This book is excellent for anyone who has a heart for prayer and their children. It leads and guides in praying various ways for our children. It offers multiple aspects and ways to pray that are ... Read full review

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I'm reading this book now and plan on rereading it and taking notes! Its an amazing resourse and encouragement! Read full review


Principles of Pinpoint Praying
Pinpoint Prayers for Your Child
Pinpoint Prayers
Praying for Your Childs Spiritual
Pinpoint Prayers for the Man Your Son Will
Pinpoint Prayers for the Woman Your Daughter
Pinpoint Prayers for Those Who Will Impact
A Months Supply of Pinpoint Prayers
Praying for Your Child throughout

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Will Davis Jr. (DMin, Southwestern Seminary) is the founding and senior pastor of Austin Christian Fellowship, a nondenominational church in Austin, Texas. He is the author of Pray Big, Pray Big for Your Marriage, Pray Big for Your Child, Why Faith Makes Sense, and 10 Things Jesus Never Said. An avid hiker, mountain-biker, and water-skier, Davis and his wife, Susie, have three children and live in Austin, Texas. For more information about Will and his blog, visit

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