Child Discipleship: Do You Have A Prayer Plan for Your Children’s Ministry?

Do you have a SMART Goal in regard to prayer for your ministry?

Prayer is one more way to connect adults with children who wouldn’t normally serve in Children’s Ministry. My vision is for every adult in the Family of God to play a part in the Discipleship of the Children.The ultimate vision is for not one child to fall through a crack due to nonintentional discipleship.


Consider beginning this Fall with a morning or day of prayer concentrated on the children of your local Family of God. Below is a format you might follow. 

Day of Prayer

Other Prayer Suggestions


About Wanda

I have worked with children and families for over 40 years in both secular and Christian settings. • Following college I joined VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) and served in a migrant labor camp in Texas. • After VISTA I married Joe Parker. Joe was a Boy’s Club Director and we served in several inner city and barrio areas in So. California. • I served as Children’s Director and Family Pastor in three Orange County Churches. During this time I was a co—founder of CCMA • Right after the Los Angeles riots, and while serving as Family Pastor at Mariners Church in Newport Beach, Campus Crusade approached me to develop a reproducible ministry to reach children in inner city areas of America, known today as S.A.Y. Yes! Centers of America. • In 1998 I was invited along with 25 others, representing every continent of the world, to be part of a symposium in England. This was the initial gathering for the creation of a curriculum to equip people working with children living in difficult circumstances. Celebrating Children is taught today in Christian universities around the world. • In 2001 KidTrek was begun, a unique ministry to equip the Church to disciple children. Married for 47 years, I have three married children and eight grandchildren who walk with the Lord. The greatest gift a mother could ever have.
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