The Moms in Prayer podcast is a place where we are encouraged and equipped as moms so we can better pray for, and impact the next generation. Our hearts desire is for every school, in every nation, all around the world, to be covered in prayer. We are so thankful you joined us today. Moms in Prayer is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org
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I prayed in Moms In Prayer for 14 years at my daughter’s school. After she graduated I did not pray during her first semester in college and boy did I miss it. I found this podcast and started with the first episode. Thank you for keeping them on here!! It blessed my heart and helped me know I needed to find a new group. Listening to how big God is and how much He has used this ministry and so many other ministries just blesses my heart and helps me keep my eyes on Him.
There is so much power in prayer and this podcast is such a beautiful representation of how we can touch the lives of others around the world through that power, and impact the world for God’s glory.
I love the content. But the interviewer is for me, as a European, too overly present. Each time the story is load interrupted with words like: “really!!, wonderful!!! amazing!!!” and a loud laughter. more
This episode is so rich. I plan to relisten with a notebook to take notes.
MIP is a life changing organization. It empowers us moms to life our kids up in prayer on a regular basis. What could be more important than praying for our own children? Thank you for bringing us encouraging stories and great information that keeps us praying. ♥️
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