Changing One Child at a Time

Dr. Cherlyn Sunflower, Children’s Prayer Ministry @2016

While youth know a lot about God and Jesus, our children do not have an ongoing, meaningful relationship with God. This needs to be changed. It is no wonder that 80% of the youth (raised in the church) leave the church permanently sometime during their middle or high school years.

This is not a new trend, but one that has been occurring for decades.

There is a revolutionary NEW method for teaching your children to pray from their hearts. We are NOT talking about another collection of children’s prayers for your students to say and memorize. We are NOT talking about a new devotional. Prayers From the Heart provides thought-provoking questions to unlock your child’s thoughts and feelings before sharing them with God.

Prayers From the Heart contains 41 biblically-based prayer-times that can be used over and over again throughout your children’s lives. These 2-4 minute interactive prayers provide parents and Sunday school teacher’s quick, easy-to-use tools to help children (ages 3-11) get in touch with their thoughts and feelings before being asked to share their uniquely personal prayers with God.

In addition, this method offers an easy way to pass on parents’ religious beliefs & values. In fact, it will strengthen your whole family’s prayer life. These interactions are particularly important, since researchers have shown that today’s families spend significantly less quality time together, than 30 years ago.

Prayers From the Heart is a NEW method. It was based on the results of six decades of research on accessing children’s thoughts and helping them express themselves. Begun twenty years ago, the prayer topics, interactive questions, and Bible Verses have been refined based on use with children/preteens and parents of Protestant, Evangelical, Lutheran, Catholic, Baptist and other Christian faiths.

This new thinking method of teaching children to pray is extremely effective. Prayers From the Heart is the missing tool that has been needed so that parents and teachers can experience success in teaching their children to pray and develop a strong relationship with God.

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Feb 07, 2020 | Category: Parents | Comments: 2 | Tags: ,


2 Responses to “Changing One Child at a Time”

  1. Terry Strong says:

    When I looked at the methods that are available for teaching my child to pray, this is what I found:
    1. They tell our children to talk to God.
    2. They tell children how important it is to pray.
    3. They have our children memorize or say prayers created by an adult.
    4. They give children a prayer topic and expect to get them to pray.
    5. They provide older children with devotionals that end with a prayer not from my child’s heart.

    Unfortunately these methods are not working for my children and grandchildren. I really like the prayers from the heart method.

  2. This new questioning method for teaching children to pray meaningful prayers really does work. And it is simple to do. Please share it with your friends.

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