It's the last week of February...I can't believe how fast time always tends to fly by! The end of March will signify the end of the first quarter of the year. How is it going for you and your ministries so far this year? Have you accomplished one new thing and followed through with your 2021 plan so far?
I'm sure that we have accomplished some things, but also "failed" at others, right? That's how it always seems to go! But take heart! Even though 2 months are gone, we still have 10 more to go. LOL
Being that we are quickly approaching the close of the first quarter of 2021, I was thinking how important it is to pray with our children every chance that we get.
Now, I'm going to preface this with saying that I realize not everyone reading my blog will have the same beliefs and practices, when praying with children or praying themselves for that matter. But no matter how you normally pray with your children or run an altar call, I think there will be something in here to benefit you. ;-)
In our church, we follow after the teaching of the Apostles in Acts 2:38-39...the infilling of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues. That it is a specific experience, and not something you are born with, or automatically receive, when you repent of your sins and ask Jesus into your heart. Because of this, the following information will be focusing a lot on praying with children at the altar, when they are repenting and seeking the Holy Ghost; but this info can also be applied to your prayer time with your children, no matter the setting.
A number of years ago, I did a free webinar training on praying with children. I covered words you can say, what to do and what not to do, etc.
Even though curriculum, service setups, etc. have changed over the years, praying with children never changes! :D I've decided to share this webinar with you today, in hopes that it will encourage you, as you lead your children into the Throne Room of our Savior!
I pray you enjoy it and glean something to implement in your children's ministry this week.
Sara Vojtasek & Joel's Vision Ministries