The power of a praying parent;Stormie Omartan
Why Leave Your Child’s Life to Chance
When You Can Give It to God?
Stormie Omartian and her husband, Michael, spent 20 years raising their children…and more than 40 years praying for them. Now, in 32 short, easy-to-read chapters, Stormie shares how you can pray through each stage of your child’s life, from early childhood to adulthood. Learn how to put your child’s life in God’s loving hands in such areas as his or her
- walk with God
- success in school
- family relationships
- gifts and talents
It’s never too late to discover the joy that comes from being a part of God’s work in your child’s life. You don’t have to be a perfect parent. But you do need to be a praying parent. And you can do that.
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