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    • Hollie Smallwood

      DIY prayer board ~ visual reminder to pray for certain ones! This would be a good idea to do with the kids!

    • Becki Connel

      Prayer board - I love this idea of having a visual reminder of those we need to pray for. Such a neat idea.

    • Amelia Peach

      A prayer board to keep track of people and situations. Also serves as a reminder to pray. Cute idea to remind kids to pray too

    • Katherine Tillery

      Prayer board - I love this idea of having a constant reminder of those we need to be in prayer for! Great Idea for kids too.

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