A Prayer for Right Conduct

The best tool for teaching a child is God’s work in us. They watch as we work and listen as we speak. They see as we feel and hear us respond. They take note how we serve and tune into our tone. God’s work in a mother is the pattern for the work He does in her child.

~ Julie Sanders

If someone followed you, what deeds would they see and hear as evidence or testimony of your life? Tune in now to listen to today’s entire devotion and start your day off praying God’s Word for your family!

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About the Author

From her homebase in the Pacific Northwest, Julie Sanders is a Partnership Developer with Live Global. Julie began her career in elementary education, but God gradually widened her classroom to the world. She and her husband have two grown kids, so she has practiced the power of prayer in all parenting seasons. Now, they’re usually around the globe serving together to encourage and equip indigenous leaders in gospel destitute places. Her heart leans hard in the direction of community development through education, uplifting women, seeking justice, and teaching God’s Word. As an author, Julie loves to use storytelling and written words to share the beautiful stories of women and children. Find Julie with mom-friends around the world—sipping chai in South Asia, lingering over Turkish coffee in the Middle East, or savoring a local roast back in Oregon. Learn more about Julie at juliesanders.org

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