Ask your husband to pray with you about one person or situation this week. You can pray silently and/or out loud. You can pray together and/or separately during the week. At the end of the week talk about it again and decide whether to continue another week or move on to another person/situation.
If you spin out into more people/situations that’s fine, but don’t do so much that you get overwhelmed and quit. The idea is to get on the same page as your husband and pray together as a team. Find the balance that works for you. You might want to get a small journal to write down your weekly prayers.
(If you’re married to an unbeliever, I encourage you to find a prayer partner and make your husband/marriage an ongoing prayer subject.)
Seven days without prayer makes one weak. Allen E. Vartlett
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The One Year Book of Praying through the Bible (aff link) is a nice resource. Each day includes a verse or two of scripture, a brief devotional thought, a prayer, and a quote. Also included is a Bible reading list that will get you through the Bible in a year.
Be generous! Lori <><