Mindi & Melinda Green
SUMMARY OF TODAY’S PODCAST
Teaching your kids to pray for their future spouse
We pray about the big things in life, but for some reason not many people pray for the person who will have the most influence and affect on their life – their spouse. In this episode of the podcast I’m joined by my wife and oldest daughter, Melinda, to talk about a practice my wife developed when she was 14 years old. What she did was make a list of “standards” (as she calls them) for what she wanted in her husband. As you’ll hear, the list went through many changes over the years, but it served as a basis of prayer for her that enabled her to see the faithfulness of God fleshed out in a powerful way in her life. Listen as the two of them challenge you to consider the importance and impact this simple, do-able idea can have in the lives of your children and your family, for generations. [pullquote]Take this seriously… praying for your future spouse is one of the most important things you can do.[/pullquote]
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