Friendship Bible Study Journal for Women

THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER

Most of us know prayer is important, yet we find ourselves struggling to make it a priority in our everyday lives. In prayer, we are invited to experience fellowship with God as we draw near to Him, acknowledging our great need for His presence and power in our lives. Yet even with this knowledge, many of us still struggle to take advantage of this vital opportunity. God never intended for us to live this way.

The Importance of Prayer is a six-week Bible study on the how, why, what, when, and who of prayer. This Bible study journal includes selected Scripture passages about prayer and it’s power in our lives. Daily readings explore the necessity of prayer in our lives and what it means to boldly approach the throne of grace. Perfect for personal or small group study, The Importance of Prayer Bible study journal includes daily Scripture passages, SOAP pages, daily devotions, challenges, reflection questions, and encouragement from women around the world.

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THE IMPORTANCE OF PRAYER

KID’S JOURNAL

The Importance of Prayer for Kids is a six-week Bible study designed to help children understand the power and necessity of prayer in their daily lives at an early age. You’ll learn what it means to pray boldly, how to know God answers prayer, and how to talk to God like a trusted friend. This study is ideal for children between five and eleven years old.

Designed as a companion study with The Importance of Prayer, this Love God Greatly study journal contains a six-week reading plan about prayer and it’s power in our lives. Also included are all the daily Scripture readings, pages for reflecting on daily and weekly lessons, and coloring and activity pages.

100% of your journal purchase goes back into the ministry, helping us translate each study into multiple languages as we reach more women around the world with God’s Word.
Friendship Bible Study Journal for Kids

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Praying for Yourself

Praying for Yourself

I don’t know about you, but I often find it easier to pray for others than it is to pray for myself. I’ll be in conversation with a friend and they’ll share about an issue with their kid or a sick relative, and I don’t have a problem storming the gates of heaven to...

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Women of Prayer: Always on Mission

Women of Prayer: Always on Mission

At a time and place where it was unheard of for women and girls to be educated, Jeanette Li’s father enrolled her in school. Though he died only a year later, Jeanette’s mother did her best to keep Jeanette in school so she could receive an education. Through many...

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Prayers for Our Friends

Prayers for Our Friends

To be known and loved by people is vital in this world. But, to pray for them or to be prayed for by them, that’s a hint of Heaven.  How do we help our friends? We write cards, send flowers, and bake casseroles in times of need. We help them move furniture (clearly an...

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Women of Prayer: Even If . . .

Women of Prayer: Even If . . .

Even If… It started with my husband having ‘allergies.’ Then my ‘allergies’ kicked in. Then our son, who doesn’t have allergies. We knew at that point it had hit us: COVID. Quickly, that escalated to a trip to the Emergency Room and a promise of an infusion to fight...

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A Praying Woman

A Praying Woman

Have you ever considered how what you wear represents who you are and what you do? Our wardrobes include leggings for keeping active, business suits for work and meetings, a favorite old sweater for relaxing days, and pretty dresses for special occasions. You prepare...

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Whiter Than Snow

Whiter Than Snow

At bedtime each night, my husband and I take turns reading a short devotional to our daughter from one of the various age-appropriate Bible storybooks on her bookshelf. Over the years the stories have gotten more complex, the topics more relevant to her current...

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Women of Prayer: Education for All

Women of Prayer: Education for All

Betsey Stockton was born into slavery in 1798. She grew up in the home of Reverend Ashbel Green, who served as the president of Princeton College. Betsey was given access to education and taught herself many subjects.   After expressing a desire to be a...

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Entering God’s Presence with Praise

Entering God’s Presence with Praise

Several years ago, I spent a 40-minute drive to my parents’ house instructing my American fiancé how to properly greet his Cuban soon-to-be father-in-law. I explained that my family kissed on the cheek, rather than just shaking hands. We forgo all the formality and...

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Women of Prayer: A Voice for the Vulnerable

Women of Prayer: A Voice for the Vulnerable

Argula von Grumbach is known for standing up for what she believed was right. A Bavarian noblewoman, Argula married a nobleman named Friedrich von Grumbach and had four children, three of whom died before she did. After the death of her first husband, Argula married...

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Wait Expectantly

Wait Expectantly

In our fast-paced culture, it is hard to wait. We are accustomed to getting what we want or need at an ever-increasing speed. Fast food sometimes isn’t fast enough anymore. Our internet speeds are instant, no longer the dial-up wait times of the past. Even being able...

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There’s More Where That Came From

There’s More Where That Came From

I remember my mom once telling me a story about something her father was known to say: “There’s more where that came from.”  Her father had a very generous and compassionate heart. Even though their family did not have much in the way of wealth, they lived with open...

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Women of Prayer: Including Women

Women of Prayer: Including Women

Marie Dentière joined a convent when she was young, committing to a life of serving the Lord from an early age. In 1525, Marie left the convent, moving to Strasbourg, France, to join the Reformation movement.    Like many others, Marie was captivated by the...

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Call to Mind

Call to Mind

A few weeks back, I went into the backyard with a bucket and picked up a bunch of rocks. I carried the heavy pail inside and poured its contents onto the kitchen counter. Then I grabbed a black marker and wrote down the current year on one rock. Underneath the date, I...

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Grace Upon Grace

Grace Upon Grace

Loss is something I have become very familiar with over the years.  First, it was my dad, then my younger sister six months later . . . then my mom.  I still remember each phone call I received, telling me I had yet again lost another family member. Within five short...

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Why Does God Hear Our Prayers?

Why Does God Hear Our Prayers?

“Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words. And he who searches hearts knows what is the mind of the Spirit, because the Spirit intercedes...

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Women of Prayer: Never Finished

Women of Prayer: Never Finished

In a time when women received almost no recognition for their contributions to the Christian faith, Hildegard of Bingen made a significant impact on the church. She lived in Germany from 1098 to 1180. Hildegard had many health problems. Her parents isolated her,...

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His Character Makes Me Confident

His Character Makes Me Confident

As a kid, I remember going to a father-daughter camp with my dad. One of the activities was to climb up a double pamper pole together. If you have never been on one of these, it is a tall wooden pole with metal hooks all the way up to place your feet on as you climb....

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Women of Prayer: Great Influence

Women of Prayer: Great Influence

As the oldest of ten children, Macrina was born in A.D. 330 and made to care for others. She lived in Caesarea, Asia Minor and was betrothed at a young age to a young man who died suddenly. After his death, Macrina decided that she would remain single and would serve...

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Hope in the Cross of Christ

Hope in the Cross of Christ

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder why God doesn’t answer all prayers the same way. I wonder why I see one prayer answered the same day I prayed it and yet another prayer left unanswered for a long time. I have realized that God’s timetable is not mine. He has a...

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Abide in Christ

Abide in Christ

We sat in a room in the basement of the church that was typically used by a middle school youth group. Although I had attended several women’s studies at the church, this was the first one that my husband and I chose to do together. I couldn’t tell you the name of the...

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Women of Prayer: Faithful Prayers

Women of Prayer: Faithful Prayers

Brought up in the faith by her maidservant, Monica of Hippo knew the power of Jesus. Though she was given in marriage to an unbeliever, Monica’s faith in Christ did not waiver. Living in North Africa in the fourth century A.D., Monica was influential in the lives of...

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The Power of Prayer

The Power of Prayer

​​“Thanks for calling customer service. Press 1 for billing, press 2 for … yada yada yada.” Some of my worst moments are when I lose my temper (ridiculous, I know) with the automated customer service robot and yell that “I just need to talk to someone real!” It can be...

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Women of Prayer: The First Archaeologist

Women of Prayer: The First Archaeologist

Helena was a Greek woman of low social status who married the Roman emperor Constantius. Together, they had a son named Constantine. Then Constantius exiled Helena for political reasons. Years later, when Constantine became emperor of the Roman Empire, he restored his...

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Find Time for Prayer

Find Time for Prayer

For a long time, I thought that having a “successful” prayer life would require me to spend hours at a time with the Lord. I thought that to really pray effectively, I needed to get better or improve my prayer time. In my imagination, having a healthy prayer life...

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5 Ways to Pray for Others

5 Ways to Pray for Others

For this reason, since the day we heard about you, we have not stopped praying for you and asking God to fill you with the knowledge of his will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding. –Colossians 1:9 There is a battle raging all around us. We all feel it. For...

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Women of Prayer: In the Face of Death

Women of Prayer: In the Face of Death

Blandina was an enslaved girl in the Roman Empire who lived in Lyons, a city in the region of modern-day France. Blandina had come to know Christ and was part of the church in Lyons. In A.D. 177, Blandina, along with other Christians, was arrested and subjected to...

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Lifting Our Hearts to Our Great God

Lifting Our Hearts to Our Great God

My phone started to ding and I picked it up to read a very discouraging message. Someone I loved was in distress. Just a few days earlier, my friend had been released from the hospital after battling COVID. I thought he was past the hard part and home, but he took a...

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