Prayer Warrior


  • Read what Paul said about the armor of God (Ephesians 6:11-18) and make a poster or craft showing the armor of God.
  • Name five Old Testament prayer warriors and read one of their stories from the Bible. How were their lives changed by talking with God?
  • Discuss how and where to pray.
  • Learn who we should pray for and write a prayer of your own. Read this prayer in the Adventurer Club, Sabbath school class, or during church service.
  • Discuss why you pray.
  • Take a prayer walk with the Adventurers or your family. Talk about the way you felt during the walk.


  • Belt of truth; breastplate of righteousness; boots of peace; shield of faith; helmet of salvation; sword of the Word of God.
  • Examples: Abraham (Gen. 12); Joseph (Gen.41); Moses (Exodus 16); Joshua (Joshua 5); Gideon (Judges 6); Samuel (I Samuel 3); David (Psalm 41 & I Samuel 17); Daniel (Daniel 6).
  • Prayer
    • Ways –Pray out loud or silently; pray with others or by yourself; sing; journaling (writing down your prayers); telephone prayer (pray with someone on the phone).
    • Places – By your bed; at the breakfast table; in the car; on your bike; while taking a walk; in Sabbath School; at a hospital; anywhere!
  • Pray for yourself, family members, friends, enemies, pets, church family, church workers, the unsaved, the sick, neighbors.
  • To praise God, to say you’re sorry, ask for forgiveness, tell God thank you, and pray for others and yourself.
  • Did you feel better after the walk? Did you feel close to God? Did what you see make you feel thankful or give you things to pray about?

Curriculum Connection:

Helping Hand, My God III “His Power in My Life”


SDA Commentary
Ephesians 6:10-18

Roman Soldiers

Armor of God Playing Cube

Roman Soldier Paper Craft

Adventure Awards Book