Holiday Gift Guide for Your Favorite Prayer Warrior

A christian holiday gift guide with 50+ prayer-related crafts, prayer resources, prayer gifts, prayer quotes and prayer printables for the prayer warrior in your life.
Early this year, I stumbled upon a woman’s prayer group at my church.

My motives for joining them were not rooted in a desire to pray, but rather a desire to spend time with a friend who was temporarily leading the group.

But one prayer session with those ladies, and I was hooked.

There is an amazing connection that happens between souls that pray with one another.

I could not explain it, but I knew I needed more of it.

I have been attending this prayer group faithfully ever since, and the women have quickly become my confidants and cheerleaders.

These godly women  have such boldness in their prayers, such a passion for God’s truth, such a deep belief that God hears and answers their prayers.

They inspire me.

The more that I pray with these women, the more I want to pray with every woman.

Every time we meet there is answered prayer to celebrate –a house sold, a friend saved, a wound healed.

There are also deep needs and painful losses to share –a pastor in our community with terminal cancer, a precious friend who just miscarried, a marriage on the cusp of divorce.

A christian holiday gift guide with 50+ prayer-related crafts, resources, gifts, quotes and printables for the prayer warrior in your life.

I feel like I lose 5 pounds every time I meet with these women to pray –because together we lay our heavy burdens down at the foot of the cross, and we walk away, trusting that God is able.

Prayer strips us down and rebuilds us, humbles and inspires us, and teaches us to believe.

As I was embraced into this prayer community, I began searching for ways to strengthen my own prayer life.

To become a prayer warrior in my own right.

I’ve sifted through the internet to find the best prayer guides, crafts, resources, and products for anyone interested in strengthening their prayer life.

A prayer warrior’s tool chest, so to speak!

My hope is that this list will be your one stop shop for finding the perfect gift for your favorite prayer warrior.

Or yourself… 😉


A christian holiday gift guide with 50+ prayer-related crafts, prayer resources, prayer gifts, prayer quotes and prayer printables for the prayer warrior in your life.

12 Powerful Books on Prayer

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Free Prayer Guides & Printables



10 Ways To Pray For Your Family Printable by iMOM

War Room Prayer Journal Template by JoDitt Designs

Prayer Cards on Spiritual Warfare for your War Room by A Little R&R

31 Prayers of Hope and Encouragement by Beauty in His Grip

P.R.A.Y. Printable Scripture Cards by Sun Sparkle Shine

Printable Prayer Journal by Marie Osborne

31 Prayer Cards – Praying for Your Family by Kayse Pratt

Printable Prayer Requests Tracker by Lynnae McCoy


Homemade Gift Ides for Prayer Warriors



DIY Prayer Jar by When Life Gave Me Lemonade

Make Your Own Prayer Journal {w/video + resources} by The Littlest Way

How to Make a Prayer Card Box by The Purposeful Mom

10 Powerful Verses for your War Room Wall by Arabah Joy

How to Make a Bible & Prayer Caddy for Your War Room by Together with Family

Free Printable Prayer Journal by Sparkles of Sunshine

A-Z Printable Scripture Cards For Your Children by Arabah Joy

10 Ways to Pray for your Husband Book Mark by Lulu Studio

Prayer Themed Gift Items & Clothing

12 Inspirational Quotes on Prayer

I often make homemade cards to include with my gifts, because it pains me to spend an additional $5 on a card when I’ve already maxed my budget on a gift.

I love finding the perfect inspirational quote to write on the cover of my homemade card.

So I’ve decided to wrap up this Holiday Gift Guide for your Favorite Prayer Warrior with 12 of my favorite quotes/verses on prayer:

“Prayer is where the action is.” John Wesley

“A man who prays much in private will make short prayers in public.”  D.L. Moody

“Prayer does not fit us for the greater work; prayer is the greater work.” Oswald Chambers.

“Any concern too small to be turned into a prayer is too small to be made into a burden.” Corrie Ten Boom

“Prayer is the link that connects us with God.” A.B. Simpson

“If you are strangers to prayer you are strangers to power.”  Billy Sunday

“Prayer is simply a two-way conversation between you and God.” Billy Graham

“If your day is hemmed in with prayer, it is less likely to come unraveled.”  Cynthia Lewis

“I have so much to do that I shall have to spend the first three hours in prayer.”  Martin Luther

“Prayer is not eloquence, but earnestness; not the definition of helplessness, but the feeling of it; not figures of speech, but earnestness of soul.” Hannah More

“While we are looking at God we do not see ourselves—blessed riddance.” A.W. Tozer

“Work as if you were to live a hundred years. Pray as if you were to die tomorrow.”
Benjamin Franklin

Happy Holidays!

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What tips, tools, and resources have helped you to improve your prayer life?  I’d love to hear about them in the comments.

Wishing you and yours a prayer-filled holiday season!

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  Sarah Koontz invites Christians of all ages to explore the beauty of God’s design. She is a passionate storyteller who enjoys using illustrations to communicate deep spiritual truths. Sarah lives on 13-acres in South Dakota with her husband, two daughters and a rowdy flock of 30 chickens. She revels in their simple, uncluttered life. Follow Sarah on FacebookInstagram, Twitter and Pinterest. Read Sarah's full Bio Here.

45 thoughts on “Holiday Gift Guide for Your Favorite Prayer Warrior

    1. Prayer is a difficult concept for us to grasp, I believe. It is one of the most spiritual things we will ever do, yet also one of the simplest. Maybe that’s what makes it so tough….we always want to over-complicate things.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Melanie. Prayer is so important, and I’m praying that this list encourages others to give the gift of prayer (in one form or another) this holiday season.

    1. Have you read any of the books on prayer listed? I’ve read Power of the Praying Wife, Lord Teach Me to Pray, and Praying God’s Word. I really want to read Fervent, it’s next on my list.

  1. Thanks for your great insights on prayer. Anything that can help a person get into the prayer habit is wonderful. Any one of these will help support a current prayer warrior or uplift a newly started one.

    I especially loved the quotes. They were awesome

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Myra. I enjoyed finding the quotes too, and am looking forward to making quote graphics out of them and (of course) adding them to holiday gift cards. Blessings to you.

  2. This post is chock full of good stuff! Thanks for sharing at #DreamTogether. Stormie Omartian is my personal favorite for prayer. I have a collection of her prayer books, they are my go-to source.

  3. Love the books on Prayer!!!:) Tim Keller’s book is on my wish list. Two of my favorite books on prayer are ” Intercessory Prayer” by Andrew Murray and “A Praying Life” by Paul Miller. The Prayer Jar is awesome! 🙂

    Thank you for sharing at the #GraceMoments Link Up.
    Blessings to you friend!

  4. What a great list on something we so need….I think every woman I’ve met wants to improve her prayer life. The older I get, the more my prayers become constant conversation with God and less a once a day activity. This is a huge resource. Thx!

  5. Sarah, this post is such a wonderful resource. The reading ideas, the quotes, all of it are so encouraging. I also enjoyed reading about your experience with your prayer group – what a joy it is to pray together for all our needs! I’m really grateful you shared this post with us at Hearth and Soul. Tweeted, and scheduled another tweet, plus pinned.

    1. Thanks for stopping by, April. I appreciate your diligence in supporting the members of your linkup. I don’t get over to you as often as I would like, but you are one of the most diligent link-up moderators I’ve ever met. Such a blessing to many, I am sure. Thank you for sharing my work on your social media platforms. May the Lord greatly bless the work of your hands.

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