Bark for Prayer

by Cindy Rasmussen

We never expected that adding a puppy to our family of eight would introduce an active way to pray. Now as we walk our dog each day, we often encounter other dogs, and whenever we do, we say a prayer for the dog owners. Our "bark-for-prayer" walks have given us a new way to connect with God and our neighbors.


This article appeared in the April/May 2015 issue of Thriving Family magazine. Copyright © 2015 by Cindy Rasmussen. Used by permission. ThrivingFamily.com.


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