One of the later chapters is about making a family record. If you were to imagine a day in the hopefully-not-too-distant future with your spouse as a believer who wants to know more about what he or she may have missed during his or her years of unbelief, what would you want them to know?
How your children asked to know Jesus?
How you prayed for your spouse?
What God spoke to your heart along the journey?
How God provided in difficult times or major trials?
What would it mean to you to have this journal or compilation of how God moved in your lives, yet weren’t able to share it with your spouse due to their unbelief at the time?
I know I’ve journaled a lot of this kind of stuff in the hopes of sharing it with my husband one day, but it’s scattered over several notebooks. What are some ideas you’ve used or seen to create a faith record of your family’s spiritual journey?
Can’t wait to read your comments!
Praying and believing,
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Marching Around Jericho is a spiritual guide. As you read through the pages, powerful and transformative instruction and equipping takes place. We follow Jesus as he leads us around the walls, imparting kingdom truths with each passing, finally arriving at the gates of the walled-off city, our spouse’s unbelieving heart. After the circles in prayer are complete, we arrive fully prepared to command the walls to crumble and be removed, making a way for our spouse to step from the rubble of lies and captivity, into faith and freedom!