Maine State Coordinator, Pat Rohm
I have always struggled with prayer. You see, I have one of those wandering minds. There seems to be 100 other things on my mind as I start to pray. My biggest growth in my prayer life, by far, came as a result of being involved in Moms in Prayer. Sticking to the Four Steps of Prayer has helped keep me on track as I pray. Committing to pray with others has made me accountable. Praying with others has also bolstered my faith through the rough times as we watch God answer our prayers in ways we had never imagined.
Maine is a vast state with many children and schools that need prayer. I believe this generation of children will have to stand for Christ in ways we have never had to before. Each one of us has a child in our lives who we can and must be praying for, whether small, grown, grandchild, niece, nephew or neighbor. Answer the call and commit to pray in a group, for one hour a week, then watch…
Habakkuk 1:5 …watch and be utterly amazed. For I am going to do something in your day that you would not believe, even if you were told.
I have been married to my high school sweetheart, Gary, for 41 years. I am blessed to be called mom by 3 married daughters: Stacy, Kristin and Jennifer. I am a mother in law to 3 great dads: Aaron, Adam and Matt. One of the best parts is being grandmother to 10 precious grandchildren. Finally, I am honored to have my mom living with us in her later years.