Allow me an introduction: I’m Jerry Windley-Daoust, the father of five children who range in age from four to fourteen (at the time of this writing). For the past ten years or so, I’ve spent most of my days changing diapers, making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, and slinging babies (in a baby sling, not in a slingshot) while my wife taught theology at Saint Mary’s University. I maintained my sanity (mostly) and probably became a better dad by participating in the parent education classes offered by our local school district, as well as my parish’s prayer and study group for stay-at-home parents. Over the years, I was privileged to swap war stories and practical wisdom with hundreds of stay-at-home moms (and a few dads) in these groups, and I’ve woven some of that wisdom into these pages.
Before my days as a wrangler of kids, I used my background in journalism and pastoral ministry as an editor of high school catechetical textbooks for Saint Mary’s Press.
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77 Ways To Pray With Your Kids
by Jerry Windley-Daoust
Whether you are just getting started with family prayer or wish to broaden your horizons, 77 Ways to Pray with Your Kids can help, offering practical, kid-friendly guides to Christian prayer practices both ancient and new.
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