Moms in Prayer Podcast

November 23, 2020

Ep. 128 : How Moms in Prayer Can Impact Churches

“We have seen too much to be prayerless.”  Today Lee sits down for a conversation with her pastor to have an in depth conversation about the wa ys prayer and Moms in Prayer have changed not only their church family, but their community as well.  Join us for a conversation about the revival and spiritual awakening that has happened in one small town, the way it all began, and how Moms in Prayer can serve not only your children and schools, but your church as well.  Read More

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About Moms in Prayer Podcast

The Moms in Prayer Podcast is a place where we put our finger on the pulse of what is happening in the world so we can better pray for and equip the next generation. Our focus will always be revival and spiritual awakening in our children, our schools, and our motherhood.

The Moms in Prayer Podcast is a ministry of Moms in Prayer International.

You can follow Moms in Prayer Podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and on their website at MomsInPrayer.org. For more information on the host Lee Nienhuis visit LeeNienhuis.com.

About Sally Burke

Moms in Prayer International President Sally Burke’s introduction to the ministry in 1990 was life changing. Compelled by joy and the hope God gave as she prayed with others for her children and their school, Sally began to reach out and share with other moms—first as a Moms in Prayer group leader, then area coordinator for her hometown of Temecula, California, and later as regional coordinator for Riverside County. In 2008, Sally became the Director of Field Ministry at Moms in Prayer headquarters, overseeing ministry expansion worldwide. Today, in her role as president of Moms in Prayer International, her vision remains unchanged, that more children and schools and moms might experience God’s life-changing answers to prayer.

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