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REFLECTION! This prayer station is simply made up of a variety of mirrors. In this example, we just used a set of mirrors you can get at a craft store, but any mirrors will do. Instructions: Stand over the mirrors and look down into them. What do you see? The sky? The tops of trees? Move your position until you see yourself reflected in the mirrors and meditate on what you see. What do you think God sees? Offer a prayer of thanks for who you are or take time to pray for a need you see in…

prayer station idea. Use a different color for different types of prayers and invited participants to dab their prayers onto the cross.

The band-aid prayers on the cross represent our own human brokenness and the presence of God in the midst of suffering.

Prayer Rocks, kids put them on their pillows in the morning and then when they try to lay down their head at night they are reminded to pray! Bright Lights idea!

Prayer series idea. Kids wear all week as reminder to play - use for pray always lesson, i.e. around the clock, with perseverance.

Prayer Pebbles for teaching the Young Women to pray for eachother by name and establish unity. (Could use for family prayer too!)

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Kicking off fall with a women's ministry event

Teaching women to pray for one another. Prayer jars out of Ball jars {Hive Resources}

RETHINKING YOUTH MINISTRY: creative prayer stations - love these. When we redo our space find a way to have room for this kind of thing.