Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Review: Prayers and Answered Prayers by:Tommy Nelson

About the Book:
Prayers and Answered Prayers will engage young minds and hearts as kids learn more and more about how God answers prayer.
With its two-in-one format, kids will have the chance to write down their prayers and thanks and then record how God answers their prayers as well. With examples of the great prayers throughout the Bible, many Scripture verses, guided prompts for children to grow more comfortable in their prayer lives, and ways to help them discover how their prayers were answered, this two-books-in-one format will be a fun, attractive way to learn one of the most important pieces of faith—talking and listening to God.
Designed as a first prayer journal for young believers, the book features two smaller booklets in one bright, full coverage glitter cover. Kids can write down prayer requests and then record how their prayers are answered inside.
Prayers and Answered Prayers engages children with prayer through an interactive, unique format that will draw the attention of parents and children alike!
Help your young children learn about God’s way of communicating and loving His children through the unique prayer journal Prayers and Answered Prayers.

My Review:
 Prayer journals are a great way to get your kiddos in the habit of praying feverishly and daily. A journal is there for their thoughts, prayer requests and definitely for those answered blessings. It is something that they can use to reflect on especially if they feel that God is not at hand or hearing them. It is a way for them to have a deeper, stronger faith.

 Prayers and Answered Prayers is a great journal for first timers and is geared for ages 8-12 and it is written in a fun new format that children will enjoy with bright, beautiful colors. The main thing in this book that really jumped out at me is that it encourages dialogue with the writer/reader. It is a great gift idea!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author. All opinions are my own. 

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