We are pleased to be able to share a prayer resource from the team at 'Together @ Home'.
Entitled 'I can pray ... all over my house' the introduction reads:
"The Bible teaches us that God provides for us and keeps us safe. Why not use the safety of your house as a place to pray for some of those in the world who are struggling at the moment.
Everybody's house is different so if you don't have one of the rooms in your home just use the room that best suits the prayer!"
To download the 'all-age' friendly prayer guide, click on the PDF under the picture.
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