The pandemic did not stop the global movement of Moms in Prayer, and it certainly did not stop American mothers for interceding for their children and the world. Today, Lee is joined by USA Country Coordinator Susan Shepherd and Global Director, Cathi Armitage to discuss the impact COVID 19 has had on children, teachers, schools and Moms in Prayer groups around America. In addition, they discuss the Global Day of Prayer and how you can be involved on January 13, 2021.
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About our Guests:
Cathi Armitage is the Global Ministry Director for Moms in Prayer International and has been involved in the ministry for over twenty years. Cathi’s team oversees 145 countries, helping to encourage and train leaders. Cathi and her high school sweetheart, Matt, have been married for over thirty years and have three sons and one daughter who know and love Jesus. Cathi and Matt live in Southern California where she enjoys cooking with and for her family. She also enjoys hiking in the local canyons and standup paddle boarding in the Pacific, where she watches the rest of her family surf. It is during those times that they all experience God’s glorious creation up close and personal.
Susan Shepherd joyfully serves as the USA Country Coordinator for Moms in Prayer International. When she began praying 22 years ago as a group member, she could never have predicted that she would follow the Lord into leadership as a Group Leader, Area Coordinator, Alabama State Coordinator, Division Coordinator of the Mid-Atlantic and New England, and finally into this role as Country Coordinator. Susan is the wife of her husband, Joe, mom to her two married daughters, and the grandmother of one adorable grandson and another grandbaby on the way. Susan loves to pray, but she also loves coffee with friends, traveling, a good book, and a nap.