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  • Kristin Vergano

    Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child draw a name and you both pray for that person. Fabulous way to teach importance of prayer for others and not just your own wants!! (good thing to do with school pictures & christmas cards!)

  • Ellen Dvorak

    Love love LOVE this!! Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child draw a name and you both pray for that person. Fabulous way to teach importance of prayer for others and not just your own wants!! @Mary Malone this is cute idea

  • Stefanie Baxter

    This would be great with Christmas photo cards! Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child draw a name and you both pray for that person. Fabulous way to teach importance of prayer for others and not just your own wants.

  • Aurora Dominguez

    I would like to do this with my kids. It's great to help kids remember names of people we don't see frequently. Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child draw a name and you both pray for that person. Fabulous way to teach importance of prayer for others and not just your own wants!!

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