Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Everyday Pray New iPhone App Includes Personal Journal and Prayer Reminders
By Jeremy Reynalds
Senior Correspondent for ASSIST News Service
ATLANTA, GA. (ANS) -- A new iPhone app, Everyday Pray, is available at the iTunes store. Its creation is credited to Wendy Brand, and her conviction of the power of prayer.
The first edition in the Everyday Pray series, My Kids Edition, includes over 60-days of suggested prayers that help parents pray for their children.
The news release said, “Even if you have daily interactions with your children and loved ones, reminders to say a prayer of thankfulness, protection, peace, or wellness can improve the focus on prayer as a central part of your life. Sometimes the day gets away from you, with the scheduled and random reminders, using this app can bring prayer back to your schedule -- and a focus back to what is truly important to you.”
Customer ratings for Everyday Pray are very positive, with one of the best reviews by Pastor Sterling Severns from The Tabernacle Baptist Church in Richmond, VA.
The news release reported he said, “This app is absolutely wonderful. I believe that we often end up being the very answers that we pray for on behalf of others. I hope that God will continue to guide as I pray for each of our three children on a daily basis. The nudge to continually pray for them throughout the day is a blessing.”
According to the news release, the app will also help Child Evangelism Fellowship (CEF)jpeg: App Scereenshot of Gwinnett. 10 percent of proceeds will go to this organization, that equips children with life tools. Globally, CEF is the largest agency in the world focused on children and has helped over 11 million children and their families.
In product development are additional apps for the Everyday Pray series with focus on spouses, parents and friends, as well as a Proverb of the Day.
For more information go to http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/every-day-pray/id559762465?ls=1&mt=8
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