Updated: Aug 29, 2020
Whether your local school is in-person or online, there are plenty of stressors and challenges to pray over your children during this pandemic season.
Each year we hope our kids mature in their spiritual walk just as they're growing in other areas, right? Prayer is a great way to lay this foundation, yet sometimes we need some structure to "up our game" during stressful times of transition.
Fortunately we have a lot of resources available to find a tool that can perk up our prayers for our students, teachers, and school systems.
You can create your own list of Christ-like characteristics you'd like to see developed in your child this year, individualizing the list for your child's needs and personality.
You can do a Google search or pull up some ideas from Pinterest boards. Maybe you've already gotten a list that's been shared within your school community, but you haven't done anything with it yet?
At the beginning of school last year I printed out A-Z Virtues to Pray for your Child by Arabah Joy and laminated the set as a handy reference.
This year I did a summary of these attributes on a single page in my