Monday, December 21, 2020

PrayerBowls

This is Karen's story and how PrayerBowls was born:
One day I was again amazed by Christ showing His love through others: a woman whom I had never met before told me that she had prayed daily for me for a year. She went on to share that she kept a prayer bowl, and each day, she’d ask the Lord’s blessing on the people who were in need at that time. I loved the idea so much that I quickly decided to create a distinctive prayer bowl for myself and a few others, and with that, PrayerBowls were born.
We received the Anderson Prayer Bowl. It is lovely and we will cherish it. It has become a treasure in our home, and something that means a lot to us. The popular Pantone Pale Dogwood looks like pink at first, but it’s much more complex, with undertones of orange and mushroom grey. It pairs brilliantly with the matte Gunmetal rim, verse and cross. Psalm 66:19 “but God has surely listened and heard my voice in prayer.” A bundle of PrayerCards is included with each bowl.

There are different reasons I think for people and families to need or want a Prayer Bowl, and each is special. I think they make a lovely gift as well. Check it all out at PrayerBowls on Facebook, as well as PrayerBowls on Twitter, and PrayerBowls on Instagram.
   
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