"The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much" (James 5:16).

Prayer, direct, instantaneous contact with the Creator of the universe, is one of a Christian's most important tools in his or her walk with God. On this page, learn more about what makes a prayer effective and how to improve your own prayer life with God.

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Back to School Tools

The summer days are coming to an end and soon children will be walking down school hallways, seeing old friends, and meeting new teachers. Back to school preparation is seen as a way to help children have the tools they need to be successful during the school year. With the right tools and supplies they will be ready to take on any challenge their teacher may offer in the form of instruction. As parents we want our children to be successful, we want them to have everything they may need for another productive school year.

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