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As parents and the primary faith trainers, we are constantly having to adjust as our children grow and change. We move from and active participant to more of an observer. What can we do as an observer of our children?  In this Power Parenting video, Eric Conley shares about the importance of praying over your children. When you are observing your children in their everyday lives, take the time to pray for them.

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