Prayer – Power and Honor

How often do you pray for your child?  Hear from April and her husband on how important prayer has been to their parenting journey.


Prayer   Power and HonorPraises of a Wife and Mommywas created in 2011 while April was pregnant with her second child.  She is a pastor’s wife and could not be more proud of her husband and excited to see God use him and this whole family.  She also has an amazing 5 year old daughter and 2 year old son.  The verse that started the blog is Proverbs 31:25-26: She is clothed with strength and dignity; she can laugh at the days to come. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her tongue.


Prayer   Power and HonorPrayer – Power and Honor

Prayer   Power and Honor

In prayer we honor God in relationship, and then in power we honor His revealed vision and shared dreams. Today we take a look at Hannah in 1 Samuel 1.

This message is from my husbands message on Mother’s Day at our new church in Iowa.
“I remember my mother’s prayers, they have always followed me. they have clung to me all my life.” ~ Abraham Lincoln
Prayer is awesome and I am thankful for each prayer my other prayed when she was alive. I have been blessed to find some prayers for me that she wrote in her bible.  :)  I think she knew I would marry a preacher!!!  :)
AMEN- God wants to honor you!  :) In prayer we honor God in relationship, and then in power we Honor His revealed vision and shared dreams.
Three things happen when we approach God.
1. We are ruined. But you can’t stay there
2. We are cleansed and qualified. But you can’t be afraid to mess up
3. We hear and respond. But with all we are.
I hope you all take 30 minutes to listen to this message on prayer.  I pray that you will learn more about prayer but a new passion would come over you to pray to our daddy God.
What are you praying for? Who are you praying for?  Are you being bold in your prayers?  I encourage you if you are a mother to pray daily for your children and their future.
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