Keep the Faith Project

Prayers for My Students

We have a number of projects on the website created around a flip-chart Prayer Calendar. One of them is for teachers to pray daily for their students. Probably I have thought about that as something a teacher makes and takes to her classroom. Here is the story of a twist on just how that might happen.

Teresa Davis is a Visual Faith Coach in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She has been inviting her grandchildren to join her in visual faith practices for awhile now. This past week was “Grandma and Grandpa Camp” and one of the things that she had planned and prepared for was the creation of the prayer flip-chart. Luca and Leighton were making them  for their homeroom teachers  in the Lutheran School that they attend.

Teresa Davis is a Visual Faith Coach in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She has been inviting her grandchildren to join her in visual faith practices for awhile now. This past week was “Grandma and Grandpa Camp” and one of the things that she had planned and prepared for was the creation of the prayer flip-chart. Luca and Leighton were making them for their homeroom teachers in the Lutheran School that they attend.

Teresa printed off the words and verses from the website and cut cardstock for the prayer pages. Fancy edge scissors, Washi tape, some Distress ink and assorted scrapbook pepper - and they were ON IT.

Teresa printed off the words and verses from the website and cut cardstock for the prayer pages. Fancy edge scissors, Washi tape, some Distress ink and assorted scrapbook pepper - and they were ON IT.

I think two of the teachers at Zion Concord Lutheran School in Bensenville, Illinois will be truly blessed with this beginning of school gift from these students. Visual Faith practices are truly adaptable, can be non-gendered and work for all ages to create. Thanks Luca and Leighton for showing JUST HOW THIS MIGHT LOOK.

I think two of the teachers at Zion Concord Lutheran School in Bensenville, Illinois will be truly blessed with this beginning of school gift from these students. Visual Faith practices are truly adaptable, can be non-gendered and work for all ages to create. Thanks Luca and Leighton for showing JUST HOW THIS MIGHT LOOK.