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But First, Let’s Say Our Prayers: Learning to Pray Before Bed

It’s bedtime, But First, Let’s Say Our Prayers!

Do you wish to help your child become a powerfully praying Christian – an invaluable life skill requiring both practice and discipline?

But First, Let’s Say Our Prayers: Learning to Pray Before Bed is a book about prayer, faith, patience, and thanksgiving that can be read before bed, or anytime throughout the day. It guides children through age-appropriate, thought-provoking questions to help them recall situations from their day when they made an unwise choice, faced a challenging person or situation, or perhaps just needed some guidance from God.

But First, Let’s Say Our Prayers: Learning to Pray Before Bed is a book you will read again and again. With bold, colorful illustrations, this story will leave children reassured to know God is faithful; He is strong; and He is so, so, SO good.

Highlights:

  • Features a diverse cast of characters
  • Includes a presentation page in the front of the book, making it a meaningful gift for baby showers, birthdays, christenings (baptisms), first Communions, or any religious holidays like Christmas and Easter
  • Includes a section where children can write down their prayers, allowing them to later reflect on which ones, or how many, God has answered
  • Includes verses from the Bible at the end of the book for children to memorize and recall during future challenging situations
  • Perfect Christian book for boys and girls ages 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 who are in preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade; also suitable for independent readers ages 9 and 10+
  • Is the ideal-length bedtime story, or it can be read throughout the day, especially during any religious education class such as catechism, Sunday school, or Children’s Liturgy of the Word
  • Broadly written for children of all Christian denominations and provides a means for kids to remember the ACTS method of prayer – Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, and Supplication

[W]hen you pray for something, believe that you have already received it.  Then it will be yours.

Mark 11:24, NiRV