New Season {Praying for Your Angry Child}

All this month, we’re going to be looking at the issue of anger—in ourselves and in our children—and praying for God to help us be healed from it, and overcome it, so we can live more peaceful lives. Tune in today to learn why this is so important, and join me for a time of prayer.

Anger is a general word that can be used to describe lots of different emotions, and it’s a total body experience with a physical, emotional, and spiritual expression. All this month on the podcast, we’re going to try to understand anger better. We’ll look at the science, we’ll look at the Bible, and we’ll put them together to get a better picture we can apply to our own daily lives and those of our children.

Today’s show is brought to you by our newest Prayer Guide, Praying God’s Word for Your Angry Child, by Tricia Goyer. Praying for your angry child is essential because it is a way to invite God into your child’s life. As parents, we want the best for our children. We can read books, attend therapy sessions, and try different techniques. Ultimately, we are still determining what we can do. However, when we pray for our children, we ask God to intervene. We acknowledge that we cannot fix everything independently and surrender our children to God’s care

Praying for your angry child doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming, it just has to be done.

With biblical teaching on anger, scripture-inspired prayers, and space to journal using our Think, Pray, Praise method of daily prayer, this digital prayer guide is perfect for the busy mom who needs God to move in the hearts of her kids. Learn more here.

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