Whats a prayer room & how mine inspired my family


  • Reply Ayanna @ 21FlavorsofSplendor 2017 at 1:03 PM

    That is so awesome that you have inspired your kids to have their own prayer spaces. For the longest, I felt that I could just pray anywhere and it was all the same. Yet, although we can pray anywhere and at any time, having a special place to be free from distraction and to be completely open to God it so important. I have a prayer corner in our basement playroom that I go to early in the morning while everyone is still sleeping and I love it!

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 2:00 PM

      Ayanna, that’s so true. Anytime, anywhere! But having a special place where you can say “God, I’m here” and really be able to focus is vital. Oh, and I was so moved when I seen them making their own spaces! I love that you have one for yourself too.

  • Reply Lisa Elaine 2017 at 1:33 PM

    Awe this is really neat. I never really thought about dedicating a room or space for this purpose.. Love it

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 2:00 PM

      Thanks Lisa, I got the idea from the movie War Room, then seen what some other women were doing on Pinterest (of course).

  • Reply Brenda @Brenda Loves Sharing 2017 at 8:36 PM

    How neat that your kids wanted their own prayer room too! I haven’t done anything special to my closet, but when I just need to cry out to God, I bring a pillow and some kleenex into my closet and just pray!

  • Reply Lori | Choosing Wisdom 2017 at 11:46 PM

    I love your description of your prayer room. I feel that my room in my sanctuary. It is my place to feel peace and be uplifted by the spirit. I think any place where we are striving to commune with God becomes a special sanctuary. Thanks for the post.

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 2:02 PM

      Lori, you’re right! Any place where we go to get away, be alone and meet with God is a very special place. Glad to hear you have a place…I think we all need one, life gets so busy!

  • Reply Bailey 2017 at 3:23 AM

    I love these ideas! So much!

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 2:03 PM

      Thanks Bailey, I’ve been loving it too!

  • Reply Lauren 2017 at 7:27 AM

    I love this! I want to create a prayer area but I haven’t been able to find an area with enough space to designate as my prayer area

  • Reply Andrea 2017 at 8:04 PM

    I believe having a special and unique place where you can say ¨Hi, God…it´s me again¨ is amazing. Group prayer isn´t really my thing either, so I really cherish those one-on-one moments with my heavenly Father. I don´t have space for a prayer room right now so instead, I go out for a long walk in the woods where I live (don´t worry, it´s completely safe) and since I´m alone there, I kinda feel like the whole area is just for me and God. I really loved reading this post, thanks for sharing it!

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 2:09 PM

      Andrea, the first thing I thought was “ooh, I love to be in nature with God” an the second thing was “Crazy people hang in the woods too” HAHA! That’s too funny we both thought that.But I get it, it’s like stepping into Gods territory, kinda like Eden. Anyplace we meet with Him is a good place.

  • Reply Alisa Nicaud 2017 at 2:34 PM

    I love this, Jen!! It’s funny that you mention the crying during worship. That happens to me in the car when I’m worshipping and my kids used to look at me like “What is wrong with you???” I finally had to explain to them that different emotions rise up when I’m worshipping God and that sometimes those are happy tears. Even with the explanation, I can still tend to want to hold back. I love your idea of a prayer closet. I’ve been needing to do this for awhile. Your post has inspired me! Thanks for sharing at Salt & Light today!

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 8:55 PM

      HA! That “what’s wrong with you” look is familiar to me! I tried explaining too, but I still catch them looking out the sides of their eyes when certain song come on. I’m so humbled that this post could inspire you. I truly hope you find a space for just you and the Lord. Mine has been such a blessing to me.

  • Reply Rosanna@ExtraordinaryEverydayMom 2017 at 7:43 AM

    After I watched the movie “The War Room,” I really wanted to make a prayer room too. The problem is, we have no walk-in closets and the thought of cramming myself into one of our closets isn’t exactly appealing. However, I have different prayer rooms. I like to prayer in my bedroom, when I’m going for a walk, or when I’m driving alone. Hopefully, I too, am being changed when I pray.

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 9:15 PM

      Rosanna, I’ve used empty offices, running trails, pretty much anyplace where I can find a quiet moment. Our conversation with God is what makes the place special. I nice quiet room works perfectly.

  • Reply Ruth @ plantedbylivingwater 2017 at 7:41 AM

    I love this! You’ve done such a good job explaining it here!
    I don’t have an actual prayer closet, but I have a prayer corner with the most comfortable chair in the house. I have my Bible and all my prayer and study helps there. The only problem is that I have to get up before everybody else, which can sometimes be a problem. I also grab my stuff and head for a chair in the basement in times where the light would bother someone or their noise would bother me. It’s still a place that seems like God is waiting there for me to commune with Him.

    • Reply jennifer.enoch27@gmail.com 2017 at 10:17 AM

      Ruth I love that, “a place where God is waiting for me”. Any space you can put aside for a relationship like that is special, no matter the size. I fell ya on the getting up before everyone else, it’s difficult especially when the kids hear the slightest noise and wake up too! But once you do, it really starts your day off better. Thank for for sharing your thoughts here!

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