Prayer Pals 21-Day Challenge

For Women of Faith

by Kristin Overstreet



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/7/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 128
ISBN : 9781973646624
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 128
ISBN : 9781973646631

About the Book

Prayer Pals 21 Day Challenge brings women of faith together with the purpose of praying for one another’s needs three times a day for twenty-one days. As women unite in one mind and accord and begin to persistently pray for one another’s needs, something powerful happens! It is no longer a “you prayer” but an “us prayer.” Prayer Pals 21 Day Challenge invites women to experience the closeness of sisterly love as they listen, encourage, and pray for one another’s needs all while drawing closer to God.

Using the Prayer Pals 21 Day Challenge book, prayer pals will be engaged daily in scripture reading, reflection, and journaling, learning from one of the greatest prayer warriors in the bible—Daniel! Prayer Pals 21 Day Challenge uses the following acrostic to describe the four essential principles of praying with a pal:

P represents persistence. Think about it like this. As you and your prayer come together to pray, your prayer needs are brought before God three times a day for twenty-one days!

R represents routine (forming a relationship with God as you pray each day three times a day). Getting into a habit of praying even when you are tired, hopeless, or just too busy, praying with your pal will eventually become a natural part of your day, and you have gained a praying pal for life!

A represents alliance, or having a partner to share your burdens and pray with you. There is power in numbers!

Y represents your needs poured out to God. Things that have hindered you from growing, things that you gave up on praying about, or any other need—give them to God and pray persistently.

This challenge can be completed independently between two people or in conjunction with a Sunday school class, youth group, midweek Bible study group, or various women’s groups.

About the Author

Kristin Overstreet received a B.A. in Counseling and Human Services and a M.ed. in Mental Health Counseling from Lindsey Wilson College. She also received a MAT in Secondary Social Studies from the University of the Cumberlands. She is currently a high school history teacher at East Ridge High School in Eastern, KY, and an Adjunct Instructor for Lindsey Wilson College’s School of Professional Counseling.

Prior to teaching, Kristin was a Clinical Social Worker for the state of Kentucky, where her role was to protect the needs of abused and neglected children, as well as approve and certify foster/adoptive parents. Kristin accredits her deep relationship with Christ to the struggles and pain she faced while working in the field of Social Work.

In 2014, Kristin Overstreet received the Excellence in Service Award from the Commissioner of Kentucky, for her dedication to families and children.

Kristin is married to her husband, Lee, and the couple has 3 children, Jacob, Hannah, and Jaron. The family resides in Elkhorn City, KY where they are active members at Elkhorn Community Church; leading various ministries including worship music and youth ministries. Kristin also leads a women’s ministry known as Faith, Family and Friends and holds two women conferences a year for women in her community.