Are you a grandmother? Or maybe you know a grandmother, are married to one, or fondly remember your own. Whatever category you are in, authors and grandmothers Kathryn March, Pamela Ferriss, and Susan Kelton invite you to join them in becoming actively involved in the lives of grandchildren.
The world continues to change, and sometimes it seems that the generation gap has never been larger. But one thing always holds fast: our children and grandchildren need to know and live by the wisdom that God has outlined for them in His Word. Concerned grandparents want their grandchildren to know His Word for themselves—and there is no better way for this to happen than to pray to the Author of all wisdom.
Here is a yearlong, day-by-day guide for grandmothers not only to pray for the godly character development of their grandchildren, but also to teach them to apply His Word to their lives. Each day’s entry contains:
A verse from Proverbs, the book of wisdom
A prayer specific to the day’s verse
An activity helping grandmothers and grandchildren to interact in a practical application of the verse’s truth.
Use the thoughtful prayers of these three concerned grandmothers to guide you as you pray for your own grandchildren, and take comfort in knowing that praying for your grandchildren’s growth is a uniquely Christlike thing to do—one that will not fail to bring them nearer to the wisdom of God, Christ himself.
While we all want our grandchildren to know that we are praying for them, it is the first priority ofMy Grandmother Is . . . Praying for Methat grandchildren know God and His promise to hear and answer those who call on Him. May He bless your family as you call on Him for your grandchildren.