Moms in Prayer
Prison Ministry Facilitator
For mothers in prison, this prayer hour becomes a lifeline, a way to positively impact their children’s lives. “Without the help and support of Moms in Prayer, I would not have had hope,” wrote one inmate.
“The Moms in Prayer women unconditionally accepted me. It did not matter my status or history. They opened their hearts to me and provided the hope that I needed to make it through my ordeal.”
Mark Hubbell, Northwest Regional Executive Director of Prison Fellowship says, “The Moms in Prayer International ministry provides a wonderful opportunity to encourage female prisoners to pray for their children, their teachers and others in their children’s lives. They are able to actively intercede for their hurting kids, and to draw strength from the Lord and encouragement from one another as they pray. This is a critical ministry, and an effort that many more women need to join!”
If you have prayed in a Moms in Prayer group and have a heart to share it in your nearby prison or jail, please contact Valerie at Prison@MomsInPrayer.org. Be sure to email her before starting any groups in a prison or jail.