Sunday, July 4, 2010


Grandmothers through the years have played powerful roles in the lives of many godly leaders.
Often you will read of someone who will say that their grandmother was a strong spiritual role model, or that their grandmother prayed for their salvation for years.

Tradesmans' mother, my childrens' grandmother is what you would call a prayer warrior. At least that is what I was told by many when I first married tradesman and I knew it to be true when I saw the many binders filled with pages upon pages of people and things that this dear women brought before our Lord daily.

I remember feeling very intimidated by that years and years ago.

Now I am just grateful.

So very grateful.


Anonymous said...

will treasure these pictures for years to come



Anonymous said...

That is awesome. So awesome.

I'm Erin. said...

My grandmother was also a prayer warrior for me and my sister.
I'm forever grateful :)

Angelica Bays, said...

Hello Darlings!
Your girls a very fortunate to have a heritage of strength and faith to encourage them.

Thanks or looking for me (way back in June-hahaha!) My blog dropped off the map and I had to figure out how to put it back up again. Not that I'm posting much anymore since my wrists blew out...but just so you can get ahold of those patterns you were looking for. ;o)

Come find me on Facebook, dear!
(Angelica Arellano Bays)
Have a great summer!

Anonymous said...

Never knew my grandmothers nor grandfathers...they weren't saved as far as I know...but my mom and mother in love has faithfully covered each grandchild in prayer daily and us as well. Whenever we need prayer, we call them first. Now THAT is an inheritance you can't buy!!!


Rosemary said...

Awesome! I want to be like her-prayer is such an unmined resource!

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