Friday, May 27, 2011

Pray for Your Husband During the Month of June

I already have the book needed so I decided to join them.

Amy Verlennich has challenged all Christian wives to pray for their husbands throughout the month of June. This is Amy's 3rd time doing this challenge... it is my first
She is asking us to get/use The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie Omartian and pray through it a chapter a day, using the chapter topics to help us stay focused on what to pray. We kick off on June 1st and pray through the whole month.

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By Stormie Omartian / Harvest House Publishers Bestselling author Stormie Omartian inspires women to develop a deeper relationship with their husbands by praying for them. The Power of a Praying Wife—now with a fresh new cover design— is packed with practical advice on praying for specific areas of a husband’s life including his decision-making, fears, spiritual strength, role as father and leader, and his faith and future. Every woman who desires a closer relationship with her husband will appreciate the life illustrations, select Scripture verses, and the assurances of God’s promises and power for their marriage.
Amy has a special place on her blog called SHMILY Time. You can go HERE to find out what SHMILY means and visit the rest of SHMILY Time for even more encouragement.

If you’re on Facebook, you can join the group HERE and keep in touch with others as we pray for our husbands every day in June.

I hope you’ll join us, and cover your husband in prayer whether you feel close and loving toward him right now or you feel angry, frustrated, upset, separated, or any number of other feelings we sometimes experience in marriage. No matter what, prayer will do me good and you too, and it will definitely do our husbands more good than ignoring them or yelling at them would ever do, or hitting them over the head with a frying pan like my friend Penny said on her blog. Anyway, I hope you will join us.

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Sheri said...

Thanks Debbie-I will miss ya all too and I have to say I was a bit envious of Heidi getting to meet ya! But I will hopefully get to someday here! God bless you and yours too! Have a wonderful summer!

oh, and when you are done with your basement-you can come do mine-I am dreading that task big time. LOL

Penney Douglas said...

Thanks for passing it on, Debbie. This is great for all of us- husbands, wives and children! Much better than other ways of handling relationship problems!


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