Start the simple,
30-second bedtime habit that will change your family.
Join the 7 day Blessings Challenge and learn the transformative habit of praying Scripture over your kids, every night.
The daily challenge emails will come straight to your inbox, along with a free printable poster of a Scripture verse to pray over your child.
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Day 1: The key to the Biblical blessing
Day 2: The first reason to pray Biblical blessings
Day 3: The second reason to pray Biblical blessings
Day 4: What God's blessing looks like
Day 5: The long-term effect of blessing
Day 6: How blessing your child changes YOU
Day 7: The nuts and bolts of praying the blessing
True story from a mom just like you...
Each day includes a short blessing to pray right now, and a printable poster of that blessing.
If I can do it, you can too.
When my kids were little, I desperately wanted to build a foundation of faith in their lives, but I couldn't find the right tools. I flitted from creative idea to devotional book to the next big idea, but I had no routines. I never got past day 5 of a devotional book, I couldn't remember to pray for my kids at night, and I felt like a failure.
I was the Children's Ministry Director at my church and I couldn't even figure out how to teach my own kids about God consistently. Deep down, I wanted my husband to simply take over and be the spiritual leader so I wouldn't have to change, but I learned early on in our marriage that he wanted to leave the direct teaching to me.
Little by little, I began to recognize the power of tiny little faith habits in our lives.
I learned how to tuck in a 30-second prayer at bedtime and was delighted when that tiny habit eventually led to a robust nightly conversation about faith. I researched habit formation and found a way to make morning devotional time a habit for us.
Through it all, I discovered that tiny little faith habits are the best tools for laying a foundation of faith in my family. They provided the structure we needed, freeing me up to get creative, have fun, and trust God with the results.
I finally tuned out the voices telling me that I had to do big things in order for my family to thrive spiritually, and I learned to trust in God's calling on my life as the spiritual leader of my children. We still have a lot to learn, but by God's grace, we are building a foundation that lasts.