Jul 10 • 17M

A Prayer for Those Who Wait

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Kayla Craig
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 Every Season Sacred: Reflections, Prayers, and Invitations to Nourish Your Soul and Nurture Your Family Throughout the Year and To Light Their Way: A Collection of Prayers & Liturgies for Parents.
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For this week’s episode, poet and speaker Tanner Olson shares a beautiful blessing with us in our waiting. Tanner’s writing weaves together faith, questions, humor, and hope as he encourages us to slow down and remember that life is meant to be enjoyed, even amidst all of the unknowns. If you find yourself in a season of waiting, may these words speak to your heart and spirit.

Find Tanner on Instagram at @writtentospeak, and find his books here

Kayla’s new book, Every Season Sacred, is an invitation to ask big questions, embrace faithful rhythms, and experience God’s mysterious, loving presence together. You don’t have to have all the answers—and if we’re honest, many answers aren’t ours to have. This is the beauty of faith. Preorder your copy here.

You can check out Liturgies for Parents on Instagram for more prayers and encouragement and pick up your own copy of To Light Their Way wherever books are sold. For glimpses of Kayla’s experiences with parenting and faith, find her on Instagram at @kayla_craig.

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This podcast is made possible by our sponsor, Bethany Christian Services. Learn more about how—together—we can change the world through family by visiting bethany.org/kayla.

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