Last fall, I found myself overwhelmed by the needs of the people around me. I tried to pray, but I didn’t even know where to begin. Out of this frustration and desperate prayer for help, Pray A to Z was born.
Throughout the fall, brave friends shared their stories with us on tough topics A through Z like cancer, depression, fostering, homelessness, job seeking, and widowhood. I learned so much from each of them, and from you as you responded with comments and stories of your own.
I’m happy to announce that Pray A to Z cards are now available for sale at www.prayatoz.com.
Many of you asked for cards you could buy. So now, after much work, they are ready! Each set includes 26 cards featuring prayer prompts, verses, and a written-out prayer on the reverse side. The cards are printed on a heavy cardstock so they will hold up with use. Visit www.prayatoz.com for pricing and to order.
I’m giving one set including a stand to one of you, so be sure to enter at the bottom of this post! Use the rafflecopter widget at the bottom of this to enter. I will draw and announce the winner this Thursday.
I’ve had friends say they keep their cards on their desk, kitchen counter, or on a window sill above their sink so they can pray as they do the dishes. Another friend keeps hers in the car so she can pray while sitting in the car line at school.
Consider picking up a set of cards for yourself, and another set for a friend so you can pray for your community together.
Please help us share the word. Let’s gather our communities to pray for the issues facing us today. Let’s ask God to breathe new life into our relationship with Him and with each other.
Also, the original stories featured in the Pray A to Z blog series are now available as a free ebook “Pray A to Z Moments.” This e-book makes a fantastic complement to the Pray A to Z cards. Enter your e-mail using the box below to subscribe to my e-mail list and get the free e-book now! (Current subscribers, look in the footer of this e-mail for the link to download).
I think this is really wonderful. Such good work.
Thank you Jessie!!