One of the most powerful ways to grow as a Christian writer is to write prayers. How amazing it would be to see the internet covered with prayers. How powerful too – prayers written on the internet literally speak out over the airwaves, affecting the atmosphere all around us. Prayers are helpful to people who are struggling. If you write prayers on your blog, you have no idea how those might affect someone’s life. People appreciate finding prayers on different topics. Moms are always looking for prayers to pray on days when their children have tests at school. That’s just one example of a prayer you can write and share! Christian magazines are often looking for prayers. Find a writer’s market guide to Christian publishing and visit magazine websites to learn who is looking to publish prayers. Closer to home, you can also help your church or people in your community by writing prayer cards. If you aren’t sure how to write a prayer, remember that prayer is simply talking to God. Talk to Him, write your words, and share your prayer. Others will thank you and be blessed. To help you get started, I’ve created 156 prayer writing prompts, which you are welcome to download here (for your personal use only, please). 156 Prayer Writing Prompts – Janet Eriksson Above all, let the Holy Spirit guide you as you write each prayer. Your prayers will really bless people. ***** Copyright © 2017 by Janet Eriksson ***** Janet Eriksson is an intercessor, writer, and teacher in Dahlonega, Georgia. She loves conversation with friends, front porch swings, sweet tea, and spending time on lakes and rivers. The author of nine books and editor of many more, Janet blogs and teaches at Adventures with God. She enjoys volunteering with Kerri Johnson Ministries. Janet received her M. Div. from Asbury Theological Seminary.