Praying for India and Asia

How does Moms in Prayer work in countries where believers in Christ are the very small minority, and how do moms pray when their children may be persecuted for their faith? Today, Lee is joined by Moms in Prayer’s Asian Leadership Developer, Stephanie McDermott, and Indian national, Sneha Thomas, to discuss the ways God is moving among His people, calling intercessors for children and schools in Asia. This is a must-listen episode.

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Scripture:

I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore, I have continued to extend faithful love to you.  Jeremiah 31:3b (ESV)

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About our Guests:

Sneha Thomas holds her Bachelors Degree in Mathematics and her Masters in Computer Applications. She is married to Dr. Thomas George, interventional cardiologist, and the mother of two boys. Sneha is a full time homemaker and bondservant of Jesus Christ. She serves as a teaching leader with Bible Study Fellowship and as an International Contact Person and Leader of a Moms in Prayer group in Kottayam.

Stephanie McDermott has been with Moms in Prayer for more than 16 years. She has lived in 5 different countries spanning the Middle East, Europe, Asia Pacific and India, where she served as a Moms in Prayer leader. She has trained many moms in the Four Steps of Prayer who continue to lead groups in their countries. Now back in the USA, Stephanie is the Florida State Coordinator and also an International Leader Developer for India, Singapore and Sri Lanka. Stephanie is married to William and a mom of two third-culture kids.

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  1. I have been blessed listening to the interview, it has renewed my hope and encourages me to continue to be part of moms in prayer group, praying for children and school kids.

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