Lord Bless My Child is a unique tool for parents desiring to see God's blessing in their children's lives. Offering 52 meditations, one for each week in a year, parents will be guided to pray for God to impart a particular virtue, such as compassion, contentment, or faith in their child's character. Each reading contains a prayer, a brief reflection, Scripture quotations, and room to record additional prayers and thoughts. Revised and Updated Edition.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 288 Vendor: Deep River Books Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 8.50 X 8.50 (inches) ISBN: 1935265741 ISBN-13: 9781935265740 Availability: In Stock
"If you really believe in prayer, and want to teach your children well, then this is the book for you." -Dr. Kevin Leman, popular speaker and author of over 30 books
"I have always prayer regularly for my children and grandchildren, but this book has excited me to pray more for them...I believe this book will significantly amplify your prayers...and the result will be increased eternal blessings on and through your children and grandchildren." -The late Dr. Kenneth Taylor, translator of The Living Bible
"One of the most important gifts we can give our children is the investment of ourselves in prayer for them. Bill and Nancie Carmichael have created a motivating and helpful tool to guide us in the practice of prayer for our children." -Elisa Morgan, former president, MOPS International
William and Nancie Carmichael have written several bestselling books about marriage, family, and parenting, including Seven Habits of a Healthy Home, and Lord, Bless This Marriage, in addition to Lord Bless My Child. Bill holds a master's degree in Counseling and Nancie hold a master's degree in Spiritual Formation. Both have received honorary doctorates for their contributions to Christian publishing. Their writing comes from their extensive background in doing Marriage and Parenting seminars across America, as well as raising five children. They now have 10 grandchildren and do an annual "Grandkid Camp" at their home near the Metolius River in Central Oregon, which they say is the most wonderful (and exhausting) event of the year.