Prayer is such a powerful tool for us as we walk through our lives with God’s grace and love. But how can we learn to pray effectively instead of using prayer as our spiritual shopping list?
I am so blessed to have Author Carol Graham as our guest on today’s episode of the Warfare Parenting Podcast. Carol shares her story of survival, being presented with overwhelming situations one after the other, and how God walked her through those tribulations. Carol explains how she learned to pray effectively and how prayer can be a powerful tool in our lives if we learn how to pray properly.
Who is Carol Graham? Carol Graham is an expert in surviving against all odds. She is a master charismatic storyteller whose message is passionate and uplifting. Carol shows how humor, faith, and a positive realistic attitude are the keys to self-improvement, personal health, and learning resilience. Her passion is sharing hope from the position of someone who has walked in the shoes of those who have experienced trauma in their lives. She shares her story of triumph over multiple and unrelenting challenges but refuses to see herself as a victim. Carol’s Christian roots established a foundation of faith she learned to draw upon throughout her life and gave her the strength to never give up.
Things We Talk About in this Episode:
- How do we transform our “Prayer Mindset” and what does a prayer mindset look like?
- What does it mean to build our own Circle of Hope and how can we do that?
- Why is it so important to learn how to pray effectively and what does that do for our spiritual lives?
To learn more about Carol’s resources, access her prayer coaching, and purchase her books, visit her website: www.prayingmiracles.com
Thank you so much for joining me for this episode of Warfare Parenting. I hope you’ve found some encouragement or helpful info in this episode to help you on your journey. If you have a specific topic you’d like me to talk about or a guest you’d like me to have on the show, please feel free to message me on Instagram or Facebook. You can even text “Hi Laine” to 55444.