Neighborhood Prayer W.A.L.K.

Connect With God & Your Community Through Prayer

Jesus called us to LOVE our neighbors. But, how do we love them? One way to do this is to pray for them. God placed us in our home, with our exact neighbors, for a purpose. As a family, set aside a focused time of prayer specifically for those living in your neighborhood — whether you know them or not. A fun and engaging way to involve your kids in this is by going on a Neighborhood Prayer W.A.L.K.

Follow these W.A.L.K. guided steps to Worship God, Ask about others, Listen to God, and gain Knowledge about your community and neighbors.

The first page of the Neighborhood Prayer W.A.L.K. resource

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This 3-page downloadable resource includes instructions and prayer examples. Have fun!

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