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    • Faith Keeler

      Mom idea: Pick a scripture for each child in the family. Trace their hand, print Bible verse and laminate. Use as a basis for prayer for an entire year; keep tucked away in Bible.

    • Jen DeCoster

      The mom picked a scripture for each child that she prayed over them for an entire year. She traced their hand, wrote the scripture on it, laminated it, and placed it in her Bible. Great idea for the kids in your class...have them pick thier favorite verse.

    • Tiffany Gotschall

      Great idea on how/what to pray for my kids. Choose a Bible verse to pray for them at the begining of the year and then pray that prayer for them every day. Trace their hand and write the verse on the hand.

    • ~❀ Temple ❀~

      The mom picked a scripture for each child then she prayed over them for an entire year. She traced their hand, wrote the scripture on it, laminated it, and placed it in her Bible. I would love to do this for my Sunday School kids!

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