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Kayla Craig
Liturgies for Parents with Kayla Craig
If you're like most parents, you're exhausted. Prayer feels out of reach. But you're not alone. With short, welcoming episodes, Liturgies for Parents invites parents like you to take a breath and find comfort in the prayers of another. Each week, you'll hear some scripture, a short prayer, and a gentle reminder of God's presence in your life from Kayla Craig, a mom of four and author of To Light Their Way: A Collection of Prayers & Liturgies for Parents. In a weary world, Liturgies for Parents offers a nuanced and nurturing moment of reprieve, inviting all who are raising kids to breathe...
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5.0 stars from 60 ratings
What a blessing!
I found Kayla’s book from Erin Moon in the Bible Binge. I have loved it so much and prayed so many of the prayers. Listening to this podcast is such a blessing. I feel refreshed every time I listen. Thankful for Kayla and her willingness to be led by the Spirit. She put into words things I couldn’t.
LCMeyerEGM via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/08/22
Simple and Christ-focused
A perfect companion to evening down time when I’m regrouping for the next day.
RMichael20 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/11/22
Perfect Mom Podcast
This short and sweet podcast with scripture and a prayer is perfect for moms! Still seems like there’s some sound issues. In Ep 1 the music was a bit too loud and vocals too low. Ep 3 the vocals got fuzzy at times because it was too loud.
Nmoore319 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/17/22
Recent Episodes
This week, we’re taking the time to catch our breath—a sacred pause to reset and to feel more rooted as we navigate our own journeys of faith and raising children. We share a simple breath prayer you can use to be present with the Divine amidst the chaos, as well as a larger prayer asking God to...
Published 09/26/22
You may have noticed that we’ve been away for the past couple of weeks, and there’s a reason: sick days. It can be difficult to see our children under the weather, with runny noses, achy bodies, and fevers that seem to last forever. Pray with us for the Creator of all bodies to give us hope as we...
Published 09/19/22
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