Roe V. Wade Overturned

On June 24th the United States Supreme Court voted in favor to overturn the federal right to an abortion. This doesn’t mean that abortion is now illegal in our country, but instead that each state will be able to decide for itself how to handle it. In some states, abortion has already become illegal as a result of this decision (those are known as trigger states). More changes may come to individual state abortion laws after the elections in November.

Since the opinion was leaked this past May, we’ve seen protests and gatherings both in favor of and vehemently against the overturning of Roe. We’ve also seen many memes and re-posts attempting to dissuade either side. This isn’t a football game where we simply choose one team over the other – lies are abundant, hearts are in pain, and lives have been lost. No doubt this topic can bring out the best and the worst in people.

But how can we heal our sisters and our country going forward? Some people say it’s politics while others ignore it as if it will go away quietly. The truth? It’s not a Republican or Democrat issue, it’s a moral issue. Abortion is not a right, and it’s not healthcare.

Just because someone is pro-life, it doesn’t mean that they haven’t been directly affected by abortion…

Some may think those in favor of Roe being overturned have never experienced the dilemma of abortion or any of the circumstances that might bring it about, so how can they understand? Well that’s not so. Generally, 1 out of every 4 women have had at least 1 abortion. We know the gut-wrenching that comes with making that choice. Once we believed that it was just a clump of cells, and after it’s done we can just move on and get back to our normal lives. Years later, if we were fortunate to be able to, we had families, some in spite of physical complications that arose because of past abortions. At one time in your life, you weren’t ready to be a mother, but now when you look at your children you realize that being pregnant is what makes you a mother, so you wonder what that aborted baby might have looked like and who they may have become. Some of us later find ourselves at church, with a fear of being “found out”, so we do our best to keep our secret a secret. Perhaps you were always part of a church, and maybe you don’t feel the struggle of a past of abortion and don’t see what all the fuss is about. Or, maybe your stance is that you might never choose abortion again but you’re certainly not going to take that right from another woman.

Where do you find yourself?

There’s a Facebook post being shared many times over known as “I Am Pro-Susan.” No doubt someone poured their heart into creating difficult and tragic circumstances that could sway a reader to rethink their position if they were pro-life and/or no exceptions.

However, God is the author of life, and Psalm 139:13-14 tells us:

“For you created my inmost being;
    you knit me together in my mother’s womb.
 I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
    your works are wonderful,
    I know that full well.”

God created it. He gives it to us, and it’s just not ours to take.

And if He gave it to us, wouldn’t it be fair to say that he has a purpose for it as well? Are we not only robbing God of His creation while robbing ourselves of the blessings of motherhood and grace?

What if instead of being “pro-Susan”, we look at pregnancy not as a bad situation that requires a remedy, but instead we see it as an opportunity to allow God to make beauty from ashes? What would it look like if we changed some of the outcomes? What if the ones like “Susan” not only knowingly chose abortion, but unknowingly chose a lifetime of shame and regret too, and we saw the sad remains of the destruction abortion leaves behind? What if? What if for some, their faith and trust in God resulted in an abundance of blessing instead of a burden of guilt and pain?

I am pro-Cecily, who later in life learned that she was actually a surviving twin of an aborted sibling after her mother chose to terminate the pregnancy unaware that she was pregnant with twins.

I am pro-Kathy, whose mother was raped at 11 years old but chose life instead of abortion. After overcoming many years of struggle and poverty, Kathy recently ran again for United States Senate in Pennsylvania. God had a purpose for her life, even if the way it came to be wasn’t what anyone would consider “ideal”.

I am pro-Mariah, who had multiple abortions. At 25 weeks pregnant with her first child, she was diagnosed with an “incompetent cervix” that causes pre-term labor.. For her next 3 pregnancies, a cerclage was required – a “purse string” around the cervix, placed by the end of the first trimester to keep the cervix closed to help carry the baby as close to full-term as possible.

I am pro-Penny, who chose to have an abortion before it was legal, but carried the guilt and shame of it for over 50 years of her life. Though she now lives in forgiveness and is healed, she looks at the her latest family photo with her children and grandchildren and realizes that she is missing an entire branch of family because of that abortion.

I am pro-Cindy, who after multiple “reproductive health” options, finds that she will never be able to have children later in life.

I am pro-Diane, who chose abortion while in college because she thought it would ruin her chances of finishing school. Later in life, she regrets her abortion and realizes that that baby wasn’t a burden on her life but instead a beautiful gift. She is thankful to have found redemption in Christ.

I am pro-Jenny, who over 30 years ago survived an abortion of saline injections, and now travels the world to speak out against it.

I am pro-Sandy, who thought she was too young to be a mom at 16, but in years later as a mom to her daughter and son, she wonders what her aborted child might look like and in what ways would they have been like their siblings.

I am pro-Jessica, whose heart is broken every time she hears women shouting ‘abortion without demand’ while her and her husband struggle with infertility.

I am pro-Gabby, who made the decision to stay pure in her relationship to her boyfriend, honoring their faith in God and commitment by abstaining from sex until they marry.

I am pro-Melissa, who found herself pregnant and alone at 17 but decided to continue the pregnancy and give the baby up for adoption, so it could have a better chance at life than she thought she could offer it. Perhaps one day, she will get to be face to face with that child, and all they will see is love.

But for the grace of God, every one our stories could be different. In Christ, we are not condemned. It doesn’t matter where you’ve been, and there isn’t anyplace that too hard for Jesus. There is only compassion, love, and healing.

If you’re looking for direction, healing, help, or just a shoulder, I would be blessed to share your burden and be there for you.

Upcoming Event & Activity Updates – 4/15/22

Morning Hike to Pulpit Rock – Saturday, April 16, 2022 – 8:30am, Hamburg Reservoir

Women, men, kids, puppies are welcome – cats on leashes are too, but good luck with that!

Plan to just head up for a shorter hike this time, just to Pulpit Rock and back.  

Be sure to visit the Hike to Pulpit Rock Event on our Facebook page and let us know you’ll be coming. Please arrive at Hamburg Reservoir by 8:30am to gather up. It’s also a good idea to text Marie Perry at 610-587-2136… let her know so you won’t get left behind.

Hope you’ll plan to join.

Life’s Choices Spring Chicken 5K Walk/Run

If you haven’t already signed up for this event, please consider joining us to help Life’s Choices in their annual fundraiser. All proceeds will go to the life-giving work of Life’s Choices Kutztown and Hamburg, providing free pregnancy, parenting, and relationship support in the Berks County area.

You don’t only have to be able to run to join – you can walk or skip to the finish line – whatever works for you.

Anyone is welcome – ladies, men, kids, friends, grandparents….bring the fam!

The route starts on the Schuylkill River Trail at Hamburg Park then loops back for 3.1 miles. You can find all the information here as well as register too. Registration cost is $30.00 per person, $15.00 for children 14 and under, but if you sign up with our team, Inspired Sisters of Zions Church, the registration cost if only $20.00.

We hope you’ll join us.

Lisa Harper at GT Church in Wyomissing, Saturday, May 7th

If you’ve seen Lisa Harper speak at some of our past Women’s Conferences, you’re going to want to join us! Lisa will be at GT Church in West Lawn on May 7th, and as long as tickets are available they are $20 each. Bonus!!!!

You can check out GT’s Facebook Event for all the info, or just go get yourself a ticket. Tickets are first come, first served, so don’t wait too long to purchase. There’s a good number of ladies going from our church so be sure to visit the Lisa Harper at GT Event on the Inspired Sisters Facebook page and let us know that you’re going. We will be meeting next to GT Church at the P.J. Whelihan’s Restaurant at 2:30pm for dinner and a show!

Hope to see you there.

Sorry You Missed Out On Our Becoming Mrs. Betterhalf Marriage/Wife Study?

No worries -we would love to offer the study again! Reply back to this email that you’re interested, and we’ll catch up with you about the new dates. There was good feedback about the study, so we hope to bring to more ladies.

Upcoming Event and Activity Updates: 3/4/22

Get your pen and calendar ready…. here’s some dates we hope you’re interested in joining us for!

Life’s Choices Spring Chicken 5K Run/Walk and Family Festival 2021, Saturday, April 30 at the Schuylkill River Trail in Hamburg

Registration is now open for this event with the following registration prices:

• $30 per adult participant

• $15 for children 14 and under

$20 with team registration (Join our team, Inspired Sisters of Zions Church, for the discount rate – we don’t care if you walk or run, let’s just do it together!)

There will be lots of the same stuff from as last year plus a few improvements (can you say Candy’s Ice Cream Truck?).

And whether you choose to run or walk, it’s a nice flat out-and-back course that starts at Hamburg Park and winds through along the Schuylkill River Trail back to the Kernsville Dam/Bartram Trail parking lot.

So get your running or walking shoes ready and go sign up!

Women’s Night with Lisa Harper, Saturday, May 7 at GT Church in Wyomissing

If you’ve already purchased a ticket and plan to join us, just a heads up that we will be meeting at PJ Whelihan’s for dinner before the show at 2:00pm instead of 3:30pm. With the show starting at 6:00pm and first available seating, it’s better to start earlier.

If you want to join us but haven’t purchased a ticket yet, you can do so here (if the link is active, then seats are probably still available).

Morning Hike to Pulpit Rock, Saturday, March 19 at 8:30am, Hamburg Reservoir

It’s too soon to know what the weather will look like, but if it’s all good this will be a family-friendly and pet-friendly hike up to Pulpit Rock. If there’s enough interest, the hike can continue on to the Pinnacle and then back down. That would give a round trip hike of about 8 miles and will take around 3 hours. Text Marie at 610-587-2136 or email if you’re planning to attend.

02/–/22: Zions Church Ski & Snowboard Trip to Blue Mountain!

Tired of the snow? Bite your tongue!

Let’s have some fun with it and go skiing! This is open to women, men, and children!

We’re planning the trip, but we’re deciding on three days:

• Sunday, February 20

• Tuesday, Feb 22

• Monday Feb 28

Trip will be at Blue Mountain. Lift tickets will just under $70.00 for an 8-hr lift ticket, regardless of weekday or weekend, if we get at least 20 people in a group.

Please reply to this email, text Marie, or visit the Zion’s Church facebook page and leave a comment.

** Note: For those who’ve never tried it before, you are more than welcome but are strongly encouraged to take a lesson or two, which means that you will be assigned to a separate area of the slopes until you are comfortable to join up with the others.

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03/19/22: Saturday Morning Hike to Pulpit Rock, 8:00am

It’s been a while, but we’re heading up Pulpit Rock again!

Women, kids, and puppies are welcome!

If there’s any interest in heading up earlier for a sunrise hike instead, send a text to 610-587-2136. We’ll also be entertaining the option of continuing on from Pulpit Rock over to Pinnacle Rock for a roundtrip of 8ish miles. 

We’ll let you know the plan for sure as we get closer to the date.

Be sure to visit our Facebook Page Event to let us know you’ll be coming, and we’ll share the meeting location and time with you then (for safety reasons).

Hope to see you there!

What’s In the Works For Inspired Sisters?

The connections that we make during the retreat are very important. When we are able to bond with other women, we feel a sense of “belonging” to that group or place where we normally gather. We can know God and make the choice to attend church regularly to grow in our faith, but when we find our “family” there, it can also change our perspective because we belong. And that helps us grow closer in our relationship to Christ as we are able to find commonalities and share our burdens with, and to find strength and connection in our sisters-in-Christ.

What can Inspired Sisters do to help facilitate that in the coming months?

Spring Retreat (most likely in April 2022). Certainly don’t want to ruin a good thing, but maybe just get more of it! Camp Swatara has availability in April of 2022. Prices would be the same as the November weekend.

Monthly Ladies Breakfast: We can meet at a different place each time or the same place on a monthly basis. And if someone wants to host in their home, that’s an option too! We can do a Saturday morning breakfast gathering, or maybe even a Sunday brunch would work better? Let me know what you think!

Marriage Study: “Becoming Mrs. Betterhalf” in January (women only!). You might have heard about this study…it was run as an online Facebook group study by Holly Furtick (wife of Pastor Steven Furtick of Elevation Church) last year. I was able to participate, and I thought it was a really strong and challenging study. It’s not your usual open-the-book-and-share-your-thoughts study. While there is a video session for each, women are encouraged to memorize scripture and share requests and questions with their spouses as homework. During each meeting, women study the Word and process our husbands’ responses. It’s an interactive study that will challenge you to learn how to be “Mrs. Betterhalf” through God’s Word and your husbands’ feedback.

Please take a moment to reply to this email or comment on Facebook for what you would like to participate in. And if there’s nothing listed that works for you, please feel free to suggest something else! <3

P.S. – If you think other ladies would benefit from a study or activity that you also feel you would participate in, remember that YOU are welcome to suggest it and lead it too! I will be glad to support you with encouragement and resources!

2021 Women’s Retreat Re-Cap

Every year has it’s memories and things that made it special, and this year is no different – just take a look at some of the shenanigans below!

You might have thought Women’s Retreats were stuffy and boring, but you’ve never been to one like this. From laughing together until our bellies hurt, to laying hands on a sister with a burden and asking Jesus for healing and breakthrough over her, this retreat is really one of a kind.

This year we opted to view four powerful sermons instead of a session-oriented bible study. Busy moms have sports and other responsibilities, so we thought it would be helpful to make the sessions independent of each other to make it easy for those arriving late or needing to leave early.

After introductions and a one-unique-thing icebreaker, we watched a sermon by Tim Ross, formerly of Gateway Church, from the 2015 Pink Impact conference. It was the perfect sermon to kick-off a weekend – Tim is engaging and quite funny. Check out this clip for yourself…

Anytime you don’t have to cook and clean for yourself is a bonus! And sometimes it even seemed like we just finished eating and it was time for our next meal!

Our next inspiration came from Pastor Shannon Nieman from Abundant Faith Center church in Texas. Her entire sermon on the Proverbs 31 woman went verse by verse and creatively contrasted each between the English Standard Version and the Passion Translation. It’s hard to imagine that any of us can measure up to the standard of the Proverbs 31 woman, but we learned to look at her knowing that we are all equipped to be her already. And how good is our God that he gives us a guideline to work with!

We introduced a new song and style to our worship in “Promises” by Maverick City before taking in a sermon by Sarah Jakes Roberts called “Get Up Girl” – she is a powerhouse! And if you liked “Promises”, check out “Man Of Your Word” and “I Shall Not Want.” Other worshipped songs we were blessed by were “Highlands (Song of Ascent)” by Hillsong, “Goodness of God” by Bethel Music, and “Make Room” by Community Church.

We closed out the weekend with Louie Giglios’ sermon titled, “Don’t Give The Enemy A Seat At Your Table.” And God is so good that even in four independent sermons, he could speak continuity and give each of us what we needed to find in the teachings.

Another big hit this year was the ‘craft’ – and not only because it was fun to do, but because each guest was able to make the craft their own. There were three pre-designed images, yet every shirt created is a variation all it’s own.

Special thanks to the Inspired Sisters team (Amy and Kaitlin), and to Jess who graciously provided her Cricut machine and heat-press for the shirts. (Can anyone say, “guess what’s going on MY christmas list!).

Interested in a LifeWay Womens Simulcast “Pink Impact”-Type Event?

Have I got your attention? Great!! However, it’s not really “Pink Impact”, but what it is is a simulcast event with women and worship offered by LifeWay.

Your next question might be, “But who is speaking/teaching?” Well, how about Lisa Harper? If you aren’t familiar with her, check her out here during at talk at Elevation Church. She will have your stomach aching from laughter and your heart full with the love of Christ.

So here are the details: the simulcast already ran live on April 17th, but we will replay a stream on 12th. It would be a mostly all-day type event (for example, something like 9:00am – 6:00pm). In the past, Inspired Sisters & Zion’s Church have offered these events for a ticket price between $5 and $30. Generally that would cover meals and costs associated with purchasing and planning the event. It’s safe to say that if there will be a ticket price, it will stay within that range. Keep your eye on the facebook page for more details forthcoming.

Visit to preview a highlight-video of the event as well as speakers and their bios.

I am blessed and honored for the opportunity to offer and plan this event to share with you and grow our faith in Jesus. That said, I would REALLY appreciate your commitment if you are interested in attending. Please let me know by either replying to this email or on Facebook. I’d like to have at least 10 ladies commit, but there is certainly room for many times more than that! 😉 And the event would of course be open to women outside of Zion’s Church as well. Regarding Covid, there may be some guidelines at the Journey Cafe, but if we wind up to be a smaller group, it may be better to host at another appropriate venue.

Hope you’re excited! Let me know!

Welcome, Inspired Sister!

“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds” – Hebrews 10:24

Since surrendering my life to Jesus, He’s blessed me with numerous opportunities to step out of my comfort zone and be purposeful in Him and for Him.  So in what’s been done for me, I am inspired to do the same for other women and with other women.

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Inspired Sisters is a ministry of women who strive to be what we are called to be in Jesus, while spurring our sisters on to do the same.  We believe that as we are saved in Christ, we are also called to be more than what we can be alone.  A cord of three is hard to break – we want to be a community of women who pour inward and outward to empower their sisters…a community of women who inspire each other.

During various times throughout the year, we’ve run events and activities listed below. If you are interested in any of these, please reach out to us, and we’ll let you know if it’s currently happening, in the works, or upcoming in the calendar ahead.

~ BE HEALED ~ “Surrendering the Secret” post-abortion healing and restoration bible study

Many women hide the facts of their abortions and suffer the consequences of their guilt and shame in isolation. Without question, it can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a woman’s life.  Research indicates that more than 40% of child-bearing age women carry this incredible burden while wearing a smile.  Is that you? Have you been carrying that burden too? Even after being forgiven by Jesus, it was a struggle to forgive myself. Yet, He graciously led me to the place of healing I needed. Come to that place and share your burden with someone who has journeyed through the same and found healing on the other side. 

SURRENDERING THE SECRET is an 8-week bible study to heal hurting women and the heartbreak of abortion through honest and interactive bible study, meaningful group experiences, and unique journaling exercises in a confidential, caring community.  If you would like more information, you may contact Marie Perry at 610-587-2136 or Katie Bailey at 484-794-3533, in confidence.  

~ BE EMPOWERED ~ through learning and studying God’s Word

Growth in faith comes from many different environments. While spending time alone with God in His Word is important, within a group or relationally is just as important and vital. Group Bible studies provide the opportunities to celebrate life’s victories with others, get needed prayer support, offer encouragement in tough times, and help keep ourselves accountable in our personal growth. They also aid in defining a structured time to focus on topics that address our needs or interests.

~ BE AWAKENED ~ inspirational gatherings, conferences, and retreats for women

What better way to grow in our faith than with leading from women gifted with speaking and worship to teach and inspire us in the Word of God and our purpose in Him!?  Over the years, we’ve been blessed as women are stirred and inspired through simulcasted and hosted events such as…

Pink Impact Simulcasts (women’s conference with gifted speakers and moving     worship), and RePink (a one-day repeat of the “best of” Pink Impact)

CryOut, a gathering of thousands of prayerful women calling out to God in prayer, together, to move in our neighborhoods and nation

• Weekend Women’s Retreat at a local campground, Camp Swatara (we promise you’ll be blessed through the bonding and the laughter!).

• A Worship Night featuring live performance videos, as we learned about the importance of worship while studying and focusing on relevant scriptures.

~ BE ACTIVE ~ lifegroups that get together on a regular basis for fellowship and activity


The Bible says that our bodies are the “temple of the Holy Spirit“.  Along that line, we believe keeping our bodies moving is part of God’s plan for us.  It’s tough to implement that at times, but we found that there’s just something about walking and talking that helps us process life, process what God has been speaking to us, or working out solutions to life’s dilemmas…and even more so when that walk is shared by sisters in Christ. There’s so much encouragement, accountability, revelation and enjoyment in making active times also be social times, so it’s our hope that  we can Be Active, having a meaningful time of spiritual growth as we give our bodies a dose of activity.

We mostly meet the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month at 9:00am. There’s never a need to RSVP – just put on some active gear and head over.  Each session begins and ends with a group prayer.  The courses are structured so that everyone can go at a pace that is comfortable – 30 minutes out and 30 minutes back. God will always provide a friend for whatever speed you need – walking, running, biking, etc., so join us no matter what ability level you are at.  Babies in strollers are fine company, but we prefer to limit the group to adult women only (out of high school) to foster an atmosphere that is confidential, where women can feel comfortable sharing struggles and getting advice from the others within the group. And conversations should be Godly, honoring, and full of encouragement and wisdom, without gossip.

If there is further interest, we may add new activities such as kayaking and paddleboarding, or a hike up to a local lookout point.  You may contact Marie Perry a 610-587-2136 and for any questions via email or text.

~ BE SOCIAL ~ workshops and get-togethers that encourage sharing and learning

Ever wanted to try glass fusing or sewing a canvas tote?  Perhaps you’ve always wanted to prepare and jar fresh salsa, or perhaps making bread from scratch is more your style. We’ve done these things and more, and we’re always looking for more shared talent and skills.  There’s so many things we can learn or teach together –  either for ourselves and as outreach – and we are all blessed by it in many different ways. What are you good at?  We’d love to learn about it.

And when we’re not offering a workshop of sorts, we make the most of the time together with an opportunity to get to know each other better by joining up to participate in common interests or trying something new – things like bowling and learning how to properly handle firearms.  And we even have a game night to welcome significant others and kids too!

~BE LOVE ~ need-based service groups

Serving through missions is a life-changing endeavor. However, the opportunity to serve outside of our communities (and our homes) from afar doesn’t always present itself for everyone – jobs, kids, appointments… it may be something on your heart but maybe just doesn’t seem possible at this stage in your family life.  But the ability to serve, as Jesus instructs, doesn’t only need to happen in another state or a half a world away. Think of your neighbor… does she need help with her kids or a prepared meal? How about an elderly friend… could she use some groceries, a warm fleece blanket, or a ride to the doctor? Or a widow… maybe she could use a hand with her yard work. Maybe you can make something for someone you don’t even know, like wheelchair bags for the disabled.  Realize that there is indeed a mission field right in front of you!

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Would you like to be involved or have some feedback for us?   How about an idea or a new group that you would like to offer participation in or organization for?  Reach out and inspire us at

Au revoir, 2020?

Are you glad to see 2020 come to an end? I’ve heard lots of people say that and I can certainly agree to some extent. Prayers and condolences to any of you who regretfully lost family members or struggled with the sickness or harsh circumstances. Hoping that comfort was found in our Lord. In all circumstances we are to rejoice and give thanks, even when that goes against everything in us. Hopefully though, we can shift our focus and find some beauty in the ash. I hope you can.

So what might the future hold for us in Women’s Ministry in 2021? Well, while there’s still lots of guidelines and regulations to sort through regarding planned gatherings and events, I would like you to be aware of the following upcoming events and activities anyway and we’ll continue to sort the details out as the dates get closer.

According to a study by LifeWay published in November of 2015, “Over 40 percent of women who have had an abortion say they were frequent churchgoers at the time they ended their pregnancies and about a half of them say they kept their abortions hidden from church members.” As Christian women, we may know that Jesus can forgive us, but even knowing Jesus we can still carry the burden of guilt and shame ourselves. Perhaps you are all too familiar with this struggle….I once was. I asked Christ into my heart, yet I was unaware of how to get past the pain and anguish of a messy past. I knew that Jesus loved me, and that God took my sins and put them as far away from himself as the East is from the West, but deep down inside I was at unrest over what I’d done. Yet, how loving our Father is, that through sisters-in-Christ He was able to show me love to help release me from that burden and move into healing. Is this a struggle for you as well? Would you seek the opportunity to let another sister help you through it too? Towards the end of January, a post-abortive healing bible study, “Surrendering The Secret”, will be offered in confidence. If you’re unfamiliar with this study but feel as though God is speaking to you, I’d encourage you to view this trailer: Reach out in confidence to myself, Marie Perry at, or to Katie Bailey at

Depending upon how things go, there’s a possibility that we can gather for a bowling night at Berks Lanes. Ironically enough, this was the last group activity our women had together just before Covid restrictions were first put in place! More details will follow, but if you are interested, drop us an email.

I’m hopeful to begin a marriage bible study sometime in March. I was looking forward to leading “Becoming Mrs. Betterhalf” by Holly Furtick, but as it turns out the video portion of the study may not be available. I will be praying as to whether the material (workbook) of the study will suffice without the video. The study is for women only to attend, but there will be homework to help engage our husbands in our study. If the Lord brings any other marriage studies to your mind, please share!

While some things are slowly resembling pre-covid times, we still have a ways to go. And with all the unrest in our country, one of the resolves I can settle into is the hope that God is working. Over the past few months, I’ve been encouraged during a series of live videos of intercessory prayers for our nation. If you feel as though you would like to participate with me, or perhaps feel led to be a part of a “zoom” prayer group for intercessory prayer, I’d be blessed to chat about it with you. Feel free to reach out to me.


Marie ♥