Prayers for your kids

Publisher Description

365 simple prayers to help your children cultivate the habit of prayer.
An easy way to talk about Jesus and God with your kids.
For kids from 0 to 6 years old. Parents and teachers tested.
A FREE new prayer every day in simple words & beautiful pictures.
Looking for Bible Activities for 0 6 year olds? The My First Bible Games app is for you!

Jesus said, Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Mark 10:14

What is the 365 Prayers for Kids app?

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365 Prayers for Kids is a free app that provides a daily prayer for kids under 7 to help your children cultivate the habit of prayer.
The prayers are grouped in thematic series.
Specifically designed for 0 6-year-olds comprehension levels with simple words and beautiful pictures. All prayers are non-denominational.
An easy tool to enjoy sharing a daily prayer time with your babies, toddlers & kids.
The app, the daily prayer and the current prayer’s series are free, but you can share this ministry by buying the in-app purchase to upgrade to the premium version with some new engaging features & contents.

Why the 365 Prayers for Kids app?

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If in this hurry-up world you feel the need to share some time with your children praying or talking about Jesus and God, the 365 Prayers for Kids app is for you.
If you are involved in a Children’s Ministry or teach at Sunday School and need a resource full of prayers to complement your lessons, the 365 Prayers for Kids app is also for you.

How can I know my kids and I will like these prayers?

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Just try it, it’s free to pray ! You have to experience it to appreciate it.
Many families and teachers have already tested them.
+2.500.000 families and schools have downloaded our kid’s Bible apps worldwide.

Some Prayers

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The prayers are based on Bible verses, quotes by Christian authors and devotions by kids. They have been compiled and written by Bethan James and illustrated by Heather Stuart. Some samples:
Speak, Lord, because I’m listening. (Based on 1 Samuel 3:9)
Thank you, Lord, for my friends, and for all the fun we have together. Please help me to be a good friend to them. (Bethan James)

About the Series

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Series are thematic groups of prayers:
God, our father
Help me to listen
Please forgive me
A new baby…

Features

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Universal app
Quick start and easy to use
Simple words and beautiful pictures
A new FREE prayer every day
You can use it offline if you’ve downloaded the prayers beforehand
Premium version includes:
Access to all 365 prayers and series
Set your prayer time: a catchy tune will ring at the time you choose
Mark your favourite prayers as favourite
Jump to the related Bible stories in My First Bible app for free
Share your prayers by email
Restore your Premium version in all your iOS devices with the same Apple ID

Reviews

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“Light app, easy to use with lively illustrations. My kids (3 & 5 yo) look forward to listen to the new prayer every morning.”
“Its easy for children to understand with simple text and bright illustrations.”

Kids Fun & Faithful Bible Apps for Christian Families & Schools

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My First Bible Books 0 6yo
My First Daily Prayer 0-6yo
My First Bible Games & Activities 0 6yo
365 Bible Stories 0 6yo
Children’s Bible Books & Movies +7yo
Children’s Bible Daily Prayer +7yo
Children’s Bible Games & Activities +7yo
Teen s Bible +13yo

Contact

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Please use the support email [email protected] if you need assistance.

Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

365 Prayers for Kids – A Daily Illustrated Prayer for your Family and School with Kids under 7 is a free software application from the Reference Tools subcategory, part of the Education category. The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2013-12-04. The program can be installed on iOS.

365 Prayers for Kids – A Daily Illustrated Prayer for your Family and School with Kids under 7 (version 1.4) has a file size of 12.58 MB and is available for download from our website. Just click the green Download button above to start. Until now the program was downloaded 3 times. We already checked that the download link to be safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded software with your antivirus.

Version History

Here you can find the changelog of 365 Prayers for Kids – A Daily Illustrated Prayer for your Family and School with Kids under 7 since it was posted on our website on 2016-09-23. The latest version is 1.4 and it was updated on soft112.com on 2018-03-21. See below the changes in each version:

version 1.4

posted on 2013-12-04

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I’m not sure when my nighttime routine began, though I’m fairly sure it was after I became a father. It’s nothing very elaborate, but that doesn’t mean it’s unimportant. It is, truly. In fact, I find I can’t sleep unless it’s all been done.

Much of it revolves around a final pass through the house. I make sure the doors are locked and the porch light is on. (The second seems to take more importance; there are plenty of folks here who don’t bother locking their doors, just as they leave their keys in their vehicles. Don’t tell anyone, though. Our secret.) I make sure the timer on the coffee pot is turned on, and that the lamp by the window is lit in case someone stumbles out of bed thirsty in the middle of the night. I’ll check to make sure my son is adequately covered and hasn’t flipped and flopped his blankets off. My final stop is to check my daughter’s sugar, because she may sleep, and we all may sleep, but diabetes never does.

I always pray over my children then. Every night, without fail. They don’t know this; I’ve never told them. I suppose doing so is as much for my benefit as theirs. I have an uneasy relationship with the night, which may be why it appears so often in my stories. It’s the time of day when I get most of my work done, and yet I spend much of that time peering into the shadows for what isn’t there. My prayers are the usual ones—help us to sleep well, bless our family, let Your angels stand guard. 

And keep us safe, always that. Always a lot of that.

I once heard a preacher talk about praying for safety. He said Christians shouldn’t place a premium on such a thing as that. This is, after all, one of the safest countries in the world in one of the safest times in history. Praying for security is a waste of our words, he said. What we should pray for instead is boldness. That’s what we need. We’re often content to remain where we are because that’s where everything is safe and familiar. God wants us to go forth and conquer new lands, both within and without. He wants us to Become. According to the preacher, there is no Becoming in safety.

SEE ALSO: School Officials Find no Evidence of Kindergartener Being Told Not to Pray

I’ll admit he stepped on my toes a little with that. It’s probably true that I need more boldness than safety, just as it is true about all those new lands. I know I need to Become.

So maybe instead of praying that God will keep my family safe, I should pray that he will keep us on our toes. Rather than asking that his angels stand guard over us, I should ask that they charge ahead of us into new places and new ways of seeing things. Maybe I’ve been tricked into thinking that my life is better thought of as something to be endured rather than made better, as if my purpose in being here is to comfort myself before I comfort others.

Maybe.

But maybe praying for safety is important, too. It reminds me that despite what I might sometimes believe, I am small. Just a tiny speck in a big world that is oftentimes much more scary than it is beautiful, and in need of a great deal of help. Perhaps if I had the faith of that preacher I once heard, I wouldn’t need to ask for so much safety. Perhaps if I had his view of the world, I would see no reason to fear anything. I would instead see the battle as already won and the last sentence already written, one punctuated with an exclamation point rather than a period.

SEE ALSO: Let Pictures Remind You to Pray

That is the hope for which I aim. That is the faith I want. And I believe I do not yet have it because I look at this world and see an encroaching night. I see so much of what has gone wrong. So tonight, I will add to my prayers for safety a will to chase away what shadows I can. I will pray that I can peer through the night to see the day behind it. I will see what has gone wrong with the world, and what I can do to make it right.

Billy Coffey dreamed of being a published author ever since high school but vowed he would never be a novelist. Four novels later, God had a different plan in mind. Coffey’s novels tackle faith’s big questions against the backdrop of the rural South, where history is long and things are seldom as they seem. His latest release is The Devil Walks in Mattingly.

Coffey aims to remain as true to reality as possible — the reality that we experience pain, loss and confusion. He doesn’t want his readers to escape reality, but embrace life and live it better. He also uses his blog, “What I Learned Today,” to reflect on life’s lessons offered in small moments, people and everyday life. Coffey lives with his wife and two children in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains.

For more information about Billy Coffey and his books, visit his online home at www.billycoffey.com, become a fan on Facebook or follow him on Twitter.

SEE ALSO: How to Pray for Love When You’re Single

Publication date: April 25, 2014

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One of the best ways you can prepare your children this year as they go back to school is through prayer. And praying Scripture over them is one of the most powerful ways to pray.

Here are five back to school prayers you can pray for your kids and grandkids:

1. Prayer for Peace 

Lord, I pray that my kids (grandkids) will experience the peace of God this year that exceeds all understanding. I pray they will not worry about things they cannot control, but that You will guard their hearts and minds and keep them trusting in You. I pray they will not only enjoy the peace of God, but peace with God. I pray they will develop a spirit of gratitude and thanksgiving as they look to You daily for their needs. I pray that You will give them the capacity for joy that bubbles up from Your peace.

(Isaiah 26:3; Philippians 4:6-7; Romans 5:1)

2. Prayer for Protection

Lord, I pray Your emotional, physical, and spiritual protection over my kids (grandkids). Keep evil far from them, and help them to trust You as their refuge and strength. I pray You will guard their minds from harmful instruction, and grant them discernment to recognize truth. I pray You will make them strong and courageous in the presence of danger, recognizing that You have overcome and will set right all injustice and wrong one day. Help them to find rest in Your shadow, as they live in the spiritual shelter You provide for them. Let them know that the only safe place is inJesus,and that their home on earth is only temporary.

SEE ALSO: The God (little g) in Our Pockets

(2 Thessalonians 3:3; Psalm 46:1; John 17:15; Psalm 91)

3. Prayer for Purity

Lord, I pray that You will create in my kids (grandkids) a clean heart and that You would constantly renew a right spirit within them, keeping their thoughts and actions pure and motivated by love. Guard them from temptation, and let them know You are always faithful to give them a way out and help to endure. May the words of their mouths and the meditations of their hearts always please you and edify others.

(Psalm 51:10; Matthew 5:8; 1 Timothy 1:5; 1 Corinthians 10:13; Psalm 19:14)

4. Prayer for Passion

Lord, I pray that my kids (grandkids) will develop a passion for the things of God. I pray they will hunger and thirst for You and Your Word and will love You with all of their heart, soul, and mind. Give them compassionate and generous hearts to love others as much as You love them. I pray they will always work and study with excellence, but that You will help them desire a servant spirit of greatness, rather than a worldly lust for success. I pray they will fall in love with Jesus over and over again.

SEE ALSO: Travailing Prayer

(Psalm 42:1; Matthew 22:37-39; John 13:34-35)

5. Prayer for Perspective

Lord, I pray that my kids (grandkids) will develop an eternal perspective and purpose, not an earthly one.  Help them to see life–and every challenge–through Your eyes, eager and unafraid to share with others the good news of Jesus wherever they go. I pray that they will set their minds on things above, not just what’s going on here, and that they will be rooted and grounded in Your love. I pray they will come to understand the extent of Your own love for them–that it surpasses all the head knowledge they will acquire in school. I pray they will be filled up with You from morning ’til night.

(Galatians 2:20; Matthew 28:18-20; Philippians 1:21; Colossians 3:1-2; Ephesians 3:17-20)

Other Prayers for Your Kids

SEE ALSO: Fellowship with the Holy Spirit

These are only sample prayers, and hopefully easy ones to remember. They are by no means exhaustive. Find your own Scripture promise or principle and pray those things daily for your kids or grandkids. But don’t confine your praying to the first few weeks of school. Your children and grandchildren need your prayers all year long–as long as you or they live. It’s the best protection You can give Your children or grandchildren! When we pray Scripture, God listens! And we can always know those prayers are in His will.

It’s Your Turn

What will you pray for your kids (grandkids) as they go back to school? Share your comments with us.

*For more from Rebecca, please visit www.rebeccabarlowjordan.com. To sign up for Rebecca’s new encouraging blog/newsletter, or to purchase her newest devotional books from Zondervan – Day-votions™ for Women, Day-votions™ for Mothers, and Day-votions™ for Grandmothers – please click here

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