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Welcome to Praygrounds™, an organization devoted to developing faith based products that put God’s word out in public,  encourages prayer, and leads people to discover God’s plan for salvation and eternal life.  From church playgrounds to Christian schools; from retirement communities, athletic fields, parks, campgrounds and so much more, Praygrounds™ provides tools that exposes God’s word to people who may have not recently or even ever be introduced to it.  More than just international missionary tools, when placed on a domestic church playground or athletic field, or in the case of the Prayer Path™ alongside the road, hundreds or perhaps even tens of thousands of people are exposed to God’s word each week.

Since only the Holy Spirit knows what is going on in each individual’s life on this planet, none of us really understand where someone else’s relationship is with God at any given moment, and what is truly happening in their life and inner being.  That goes for both believer and nonbeliever alike.  We know for the nonbeliever, the Holy Spirit is constantly calling out to them to first receive Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.  These individuals probably do not go to church, but they drive by them.  Their children go to church child care centers, play on church playgrounds and play sports at church athletic facilities.   What better way to reach them than with God’s word?  For the believer, we know the importance and power of prayer.  Yet how often do we let the busyness of life distract us from praying?  Our enemy is a master at keeping us from salvation, prayer and unity. Praygrounds products like the Prayer Path™ or Pray America car magnets help remind all of us as believers to pray and intercede for others. 

What greater gift can we give a person than leading them into a relationship with Jesus Christ and as a result the gift of eternal life?  There is none.    Having said that then; Luke 12:47-48 says, "That servant who knows his master's will and does not get ready or does not do what his master wants will be beaten with many blows. But the one who does not know and does things deserving punishment will be beaten with few blows. From everyone who has been given much, much will be demanded: and from the one who has been entrusted with much, much more will be asked."

On the way home from a recent mission trip to South Africa, I reflected on that verse. At first blush, I thought it's meaning was strictly financially. For certain, God has blessed the United States financially and otherwise, while many other countries seem poor in many areas. I believe, as many of us do, that as a country, we have a responsibility to use our financial blessings to reach out and help the disadvantaged. However, upon further reflection, I also came to understand that perhaps that passage meant even more. Perhaps in addition to financial resources, it also meant giving in the form of talent, time, and prayer. For instance, while many of us have to work full time, perhaps others who are retired enjoy more free time and can spend more time in prayer. For others, perhaps Biblical vision or discernment, or high-level medical, construction, fund-raising, administrative, teaching or mentoring skills are gifts from God, and could be given back. Read more.
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