Holding Ourselves Accountable To Prayer #PrayerDare

Oh hi there, have we met before?


In case we haven't met, here's the short version of who I am: I'm a country-living, ice tea drinking, good book reading, farming, ranching, Jesus-loving, curly-headed wife of a seminary professor.   He's a teacher, I'm a writer. He's a thinker, I'm a graphic designer. You can get to know me a little better here.

Did you know that Carly and I met last fall? If I remember correctly (and I could be wrong) we met over Twitter soon after we both decided to attend Influence Conference. We're both from Texas, and we were sort of, kind of, but not really trying to coordinate flights out of Dallas. Although we didn't manage to book the same flights, I was excited to meet a fellow Texas blogger.

Carly, Mary (an honorary Texan), me, and Brittany (also a Texan!)

I know your time is valuable, and that you probably didn't come here to read a guest post, so I'll be quick.

I don't know about you, but I sometimes struggle with remembering to spend time in prayer every day. In order to help hold myself accountable in my prayer life I created prayer prompt cards for every day of the month. At the beginning of February I shared those cards and launched an online community designed to encourage, equip, and hold women accountable to pray. In February the #PrayerDare community has spent 28 days praying for our husbands (or future husbands), and in March we'll be spending 31 days praying for the words we say, the heart intentions behind them, and the attitude with which we speak.

Will you join us? You can connect with our community on Twitter and Instagram by searching the hashtag #PrayerDare. We're on Facebook too, if you prefer to join us over there.

I hope you'll join us!
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