- less fortunate,
- family values,
- pray for others,
Don’t Forget to Pray
A story of love for mankind and faith in God
“God in heaven, please help us today. Touch my friend, heal his heart, please cover him with your Grace.” Annie and Al are five-year-old twins whose parents always remind them to pray for the less fortunate. At mealtime, they talk about the people who go to bed hungry. While bundled up warm outside in the snow, they talk about families who go without coats. When they see people struggling with homelessness, they talk about how people end up on the streets. But when grown up, Annie is suddenly challenged with her own misfortune, and Al comforts her with their parents’ wisdom: “Don’t Forget to Pray.” Don’t Forget to Pray is a story about empathy and the power of prayer.
Bree Anna has experienced the power of prayer many times in her own life. She was inspired to write this book after witnessing the mistreatment of marginalized communities in her country, including immigrants. Bree Anna believes the earlier we learn to love and respect all people, the better chance we have of eliminating hate in this world. She lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Don’t Forget to Pray is her first book.
- Bree Anna
- Joss Frank