If you have a nagging sense that you should be praying with your kids but don’t know where to begin, this book is for you. 77 Ways to Pray with Your Kids offers short, practical explanations of the many ways Catholics pray. While not all the prayer styles will become a permanent part of your family’s prayer life, trying different types of prayer is a great way to introduce your kids to the wealth of prayer practices available. Along the way, a handful of these might become part of your family’s routine, enriching your life together and deepening your friendship with Jesus. You’ll find:
From mealtime prayers to keeping a prayer journal and praying a family Rosary, you’re sure to find lots of ideas for conversing with God together!
Jerry Windley-Daoust is an editor, a writer, and publisher at Gracewatch Media. Formerly a development editor at Saint Mary’s Press in Minnesota, Windley-Daoust has written several books, including a compilation of short stories called Waking Up Bees, and a high school senior retreat, Answering God’s Call to Covenant. One of his short stories, “Bury Your Dead”, won the Minnesota Monthly Tamarack Award in 1997. Windley-Daoust currently lives in Winona, Minnesota, with his wife, Susan, and their five children.
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