Teaching Your Child How to Pray

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Moody Publishers, Jul 1, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 224 pages
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How much do your children know? We teach our children academics. We give them instruction in the arts and physical fitness. We show them how to swim, skate, and ride a bike. But have we forgotten the most basic and necessary skill of all? Have we taught them to pray? Prayer is the foundation for communicating with God, growing as a person, and receiving help and wisdom for every other part of life. Teaching children to pray is one of the most important tasks parents have. Inside Teaching Your Child to Pray you will find:
  • Answers to your children's questions about prayer
  • Practical tips, helps, and activities for teaching the discipline of prayer
  • What the Bible says about children and prayer
  • Stories and examples of how prayer works
  • Ways to reap the benefits of prayer for your children and see it affect their lives
Give your children a real head start. Teach them to communicate with the Savior. It will make an eternal difference.
 

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Contents

Foreword
7
Part 1 Get Ready
9
Part 2 Get Set
47
Part 3 Go
133
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RICK OSBORNE is a bestselling, award-winning author of both parenting and children¿s books. One of Rick¿s main goals is to create resources that help families develop loving relationships and peaceful, happy homes. Among the many children¿s books he¿s written and coauthored are, `The Legend of the Christmas Tree,¿ `The Legend of the Christmas Stocking,¿ and the `101 Questions Kids Ask About God¿ series. These have sold millions of copies and have been translated into many languages. Rick has coauthored books with Dr. John Trent, Josh McDowell, Larry Burkett, and Dr. Gary Chapman. He helped write and produce the booklet `The Most Important Story Ever Told¿ which has had over 50 million copies distributed around the world. Find out more by visiting www.rick-osborne.com.

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