National Day of Prayer is May 6, 2010 and what better way to celebrate than to talk with your children about prayer?
Endorsed by the National Day of Prayer, This Little Prayer of Mine by Anthony DeStefano tackles the subject of prayer from the perspective of a child and shows them that God cares about the concerns of their hearts. Teaching your kids about prayer is important, and it can be enlightening to get a child’s perspective on something that we as adults sometimes take for granted.
Here’s your mission (should you choose to accept it):
Video your child(ren) talking about prayer, praying, explaining what prayer is, etc. It can be creative, informational, enlightening, funny, or all of the above but it needs to be no more than one minute and thirty seconds long.
1. Post your video on YouTube, Tangle or Vimeo.
2. Go to our website and enter your information and include the link of your video.
3. The winning video will win a full library of WaterBrook Multnomah children’s books, including the new release This Little Prayer of Mine by Anthony DeStefano. That’s over 30 books!
See below for contest rules and more information.
HOW TO ENTER:
Click here to submit your entry. Fill out the form and be sure to enter the link to your video in the “notes” field and in the “contest code” field enter the code “PRAYER”.
With engaging rhymes and memorable illustrations, This Little Prayer of Mine assures children that, even when they are alone, God is watching, listening, caring, and eager to respond.
The information above is from WaterBrook/Multnomah and reprinted with permission. This is not sponsored nor am I entering. I just wanted to pass the good info along.