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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

5 Prayers for the New Year: 2014

I wish I could take credit for the following graphic, but I cannot.  I found it on Pinterest.  It sums up my resolutions for the year, so I wanted to share it with you.  I'm wishing you a blessed 2014!


~Cara
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2 comments:

Shannon said...

LOVE it! In the past 1 1/2 weeks I have:

1. Started a bible plan to read the bible in 1 year. Hopefully. :)
2. Joined in a challenge to spend 5-10 minutes with God daily
3. Chose my #oneword for 2014
4. Chose my bible verse for 2014

And I feel pretty good so far! :)

Shannon
http://www.irunreadteach.wordpress.com

Elizabeth A. Wink said...

The five prayers are beautiful. Because it is a daunting task to reach out to students day after day, I started a blog that inspires and assists teachers who believe classroom teaching is an ongoing act of prayer.
Whether you teach in an impoverished inner city school or in a suburb of prosperity and privilege, it is all the same. There are too many children weak in hope, in trust, and in spirit. There are too many children who dwell in hated, fear, and doubt. There are too many children who live in brokenness and despair. Prayerful teaching places an extra mantel of protection and love around the children entrusted to us and turns our classrooms into holy ground.
Each week a Bible passage is cited along with a reflection on that passage. Always the reflection will have implications for teaching whether it be in a public, private, religious, or home school, whether it be pre-school, grade school, middle or high school, or at post-secondary or university level.
Please visit http://prayerfulteaching.blogspot.com