Moms in Prayer Area Coordinator, Terri Carmouche, grew up in South Philadelphia. Today she sits down to talk with Lee about her experience growing up, finding Jesus, and how God has worked in her and through her to heal racial divisions. Terri’s walk to school every day took her through racially divided streets and physical persecution because of the color of her skin. In Part One of this two-part episode, Terri and Lee discuss Terri’s childhood and path to Jesus. In Part Two, they talk about how Christian mothers can and must pray for children and schools in this time.
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About our Guest:
Philadelphia native and first generation Christian, Terri Carmouche, has been intimately involved with Moms in Prayer International since 2005, while also serving in many other ministries and church positions. With a passion for the integration of theology and psychology, Terri deeply believes no matter the subject or vocation, that all truth originates from God. This has compelled her forward in pursuing her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an Emphasis in Trauma.
Terri is a wife, mother of three, and a speaker who has been continually engaged in teaching and discipling women of all ages. Locally, she now serves as a Moms in Prayer Area Coordinator in the Southern California region. In her free time, she loves to cook and serve family and friends, manage home decor projects, and in recent years, has developed a newfound love for gardening.