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14 Prayer Prompts 
for Busy Moms 

How Can a Busy Mom Find Peace in the Midst of Errands, Demands, and Children?

The key to a being a successful mom, wife, caretaker, food preparer, errand runner, laundromat, and a shoulder to cry on, is fueling your day with grace and strength from above. Only then, will you be able to meet life's demands with love in every thing you do and say.

Print this list and keep it close by your bedside to review before you sleep, or keep it folded up in your purse or planner for a quick review between errands or meetings. Mostly, print it out and keep it Bible or devotional, review this list of prayer prompts often for continual spiritual and emotional support.

And carry on in love giving your family the BEST of who you are!

  1. Pray for grace to be kind towards the family during long, busy days. 

  2. Ask the Lord to give strength while working through the tasks and errands of the day. 

  3. Ask the Lord for wisdom on what tasks really need to be done and what can wait for another day.

  4. Ask the Lord for strength to get up in the morning and pray for the family, and pray for ways to be more efficient during the day.

  5. Pray the Lord gives wisdom in raising and training the children in His ways.

  6. Ask the Lord for discipline in being faithful to attend church services in spite of a busy schedule. (We will not only find spiritual strength and encouragement from the church services, but encouragement from other Christians.)

  7. Ask the Lord for wisdom and understanding on how to run a household and manage time.

  8. Ask the Lord for ways to find time alone, to renew energy and well-being.

  9. Ask the Lord for creativity in planning healthy, fun meals that do not take up too much time.

  10. Pray the Lord allows us as mothers to be a blessing to the family and not one that tears her family down.

  11. Ask the Lord for an awareness of the behavior we exude during stressful days and how it is effecting the family.

  12. Pray the Lord allows us as mothers to be a Godly influence on her children, showing composure instead of frustration when things don't go as planned.

  13. Pray the Lord shines His light on our home and our family.

  14. Give the Lord thanks for all the ways He met throughout the busy day.

It is important we read and pray God's word daily.
His Holy Spirit will teach us many things
about God and about ourselves as we think
upon His Word day and night.
Joshua 1:8

Angie has served in ministry with her husband for over 20 years. Read more about their life together, why this website was created, and what keeps them busy.


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From the rising of the sun unto the going down of the same the LORD'S name should be praised, Psalm 113:3.

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