Have you watched the movie War Room?
I’ll never forget the night I watched it. I laughed, I wept, and I was challenged like never before to step up my prayer life!
The next day I brainstormed about how to create a war room. We don’t have closets in our house, we have wardrobes, so that idea is out. I tried out a few things and finally settled on something that I can’t wait to share with you next month! Woot!
Then I began reading the book Fervent by Priscilla Shirer, and was challenged to start writing out prayers and prayer strategies.
I’ll confess, this is very awkward for me, because I have never made a habit out of writing prayers. But I wanted to start challenging myself.
Last month I offered an exclusive product to certain subscribers to receive 28 Days of Scripture Prayers for the church. That will be available in my store next month.
But I liked the idea so well that I decided to start making these prayer challenges a subscriber freebie each month.
Each month you will receive a new 30-day prayer challenge.
For the month of March it will be 30 days of scriptures on prayer! I thought this would be a great way to start out. Each day you will have a verse on the topic of prayer, a place to write out your observations on the verse, and then space to write out a prayer.
To receive these 30 Day Prayer Challenges, you will need to sign up at A Little R & R. The freebie will be available March 1st. If you’ve already subscribed, or subscribe today, you will receive it in a special email to download on March 1. For all those who subscribe afterward, you will receive it in a welcome email.
Together let’s engage in prayer for our church, our city, our family….and fellowship with the Lover of our souls.
Each 30 Day Prayer Challenge is available for one month to subscribers. You can find all past challenges in my store: 30 Day Prayer Challenges
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