Prayer Wall

This is a daring way to make prayer a priority in your home.

Purpose: To highlight the value and permanence of prayer.

Activity: My home group recently finished a study on prayer, and I really wanted to bring it "home," so to speak. So my husband and I dedicated a wall in our house to prayer.

We had all of our group members write their requests and/or prayers on the wall using a black Sharpie marker. We encouraged our kids to write on the wall, as well as anyone else who came into the house.

Now, whenever we enter our home, we automatically see the wall right away. It reminds us to stop and pray. Then, when a prayer is answered, we just write "thank you" below it.

Scripture application: Deuteronomy 11:18-21

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