South Texas State Coordinator, Pauline Pope

Prayer Always Precedes Revival

Every child needs a praying mom! As a mom you are in a unique position to impact your child and the school they attend for Christ! What we desire for our children and schools is not good enough…God has a better plan. His plan and promises for our children, their friends and teachers are clearly laid out in Scripture. They are uniquely created to: glorify God (John 17:4), trust God (Proverbs 3:5), and encourage one another in their faith (1 Thessalonians 5:11).

Mom, you are not alone! There are many other Christian women ready and willing to pray the plan and promises of God into the life of your child, the life of their friends and the life of every soul on their school campus. Prayer always precedes revival…God has big plans for this generation!

Moms in Prayer International impacts children and schools worldwide for Christ by gathering women to pray. As South Texas State Coordinator (generally from Waco down), I’ve witnessed God soften the hearts of children and teachers through answered prayer. Ready to witness revival? Come pray with us!

I would love to hear from you. If you’re not in a Moms in Prayer group yet, you need to get connected! Experience another mom praying for your child and the joy of seeing God at work in your child’s school.

You can reach me at: STX@MomsInPrayer.org

My Moms in Prayer Story

What attracted me most about Moms in Prayer was that the women prayed scripturally and truly believed God to act in response to their prayers. I was in the midst of a challenging season and for the first two years found myself crying during the prayer hour. The other moms were a consistent source of acceptance and encouragement to me. God calls his people to “rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep” (Romans 12:15, ESV). Moms in Prayer groups do that very thing in an hour of devoted weekly prayer.

When my daughter entered her freshman year at Texas A&M, my Moms in Prayer group prayed, “Lord, may Maria be on mission in her sorority.” God answered! Maria mentored several underclassmen and traveled with 15 sorority sisters on a mission trip to Nicaragua!

My husband, Mike, and I have three adult children; one daughter and two sons. Running, gardening, and visiting my family in San Diego are activities I enjoy in my leisure time.

May you “rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18, ESV)

What’s your Moms in Prayer story? If you don’t have one yet, make sure to connect with a Moms in Prayer group now.

You can reach me at: STX@MomsInPrayer.org