A Prayer Board

Prayer List

My current prayer board in my home office is crowded, jammed, overflowing, packed, and crammed, but it is not filled.  Each week, I update the board and use it in my morning prayers.  Collectively praying for those who need our prayers each day matters.  And it helps me to have a visual prayer list.  Who is on your prayer list this week?

Pray.  Stay at home if you can. Flatten the curve.  Take care of your family and your self.  Be safe. Pray.


Shared by Marcie Doll

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I have enjoyed working for over 20 years in the education and publishing spaces creating accessible learning environments for all students. My teaching experiences led me into supporting schools in need of improvement and creating and delivering professional development to teachers and leaders. And then I moved into selling educational materials, programs, technology, and services. Most recently, I have been developing content for innovative learning programs in K-12 and museum spaces. For the past 17 years serving on the board of the Collegiate Corporation, I have led initiatives in women's leadership, stewardship, development, virtual strategy, and educational programs for youth and families. Outside of the learning and non-profit spaces, I enjoy blogging about faith and inspiring women. I have a passion for travel, where you might find me exploring national parks, museums, and finding the best local restaurant to eat. I capture my adventures digitally with my camera. My photography has appeared in exhibitions throughout Europe and Australia in 2019 and 2020, on television in the United States, and was chosen from over 100,000 entries to appear in a well-known photography magazine.

7 thoughts on “A Prayer Board

  1. Thanks Marcie. Prayers for family, friends, strangers, those who mourn, those in healthcare and the many afflicted with COVID-19. May our holy God be with as all.

  2. Oh, yes it is a joy to see your spiritual focus, Marcie. As your mother I feel you have gifts which you are using and sharing with multitudes on this blog!

  3. I pray for my mom who is 97, and who I can’t visit. I pray for many others, too, but it is her who I worry about so much. I appreciate all those assisted living care workers who are taking care of her. Lots of prayers needed all around!

    1. Betty, I will add your Mom and the workers at assisted living facilities. The do need our prayers for all they do everyday an in difficult times.

  4. Very cool adds.. thank you for sharing.. everyone be safe healthy and find wonder and joy in little things that often seem inconsequential… whether virtual or materially present or even spiritual..

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