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When I was studying Come, Follow Me a couple of years ago, I came across these quotes from Tad R. Callister:
“No doubt most of our youth have their evening prayers, but perhaps many of them struggle with the habit of personal morning prayer. As parents, as their prime gospel teachers, we can correct this. Which parent in Book of Mormon times would have let their sons march out to the front of battle without a breastplate and shield and sword to protect them against the potentially mortal blows of the enemy? But how many of us let our children march out the front door each morning to the most dangerous of all battlefields, to face Satan and his myriad of temptations, without their spiritual breastplate and shield and sword that come from the protective power of prayer? The Lord said, “Pray always, … that you may conquer Satan” (D&C 10:5). As parents, we can help instill within our children the habit and power of morning prayer.“
“One of the most meaningful things we can do as parents is teach our children the power of prayer, not just the routine of prayer.”
We felt a strong pull to teach our children better about what prayer means and then created this chart to help them remember to say their personal prayers each morning as well as night. Our kids have really loved using the chart, and it has been a great way for us all to remember to make personal morning prayers a priority. Feel free to use this if you feel like it will help your own family as well!