Back to School Survival Guide
Check out KCBI’s Back to School Survival Guide: you’ll find a prayer guide for ideas on how to pray for your children as they adjust, and helpful articles and resources so that you have a smooth transition into the school year.
Scriptures to Pray with Your Child
Our job as parents and grandparents is to protect, provide for, and help our children to grow. One of the ways we do these things is by interceding on their behalf to the One who can give them all that they need.
Are you praying for your child on a consistent basis?
To help you, KCBI has created a short but powerful eBook filled with 30 specific prayers for your children. Each prayer contains the words of a Bible verse, so that it aligns with God’s heart and His will for your child.
Conversations to Encourage You as a Parent
Ideas to Equip You and Your Family
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