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Find a partner, Cover a school
Moms in Prayer provides the fuel!

Raising children is challenging, and these last few years have amplified that significantly!

Our children are being influenced by friends and family, covid and culture wars. They are forming a worldview, and if ever there was a time to pray for our kids, it’s now!

Experience the Moms in Prayer 4 steps with a Nebraska leader at these upcoming “Try It” events!

Thursday, October 5th at 8:30PM (CT)

Wednesday, October 11th at 12:00PM (CT)

Nebraska has 1,188 schools…163 currently have a Moms in Prayer group praying for them. That leaves 1,025 schools yet to be covered.

Through the Moms in Prayer model:

You are reminded who God is, and this gives boldness to pray for students & schools.

You celebrate victories in Christ & support one another when it’s hard.

You pray for the Lord’s will in our kids’ lives through the Word of God.

Top 3 reasons this is doable for any mom.


You and one friend

Although the group could be larger, two is all it takes to start a Moms in Prayer group! Who might you invite to join you in covering your school in prayer?


"Get Started" Guide

Moms in Prayer’s step-by-step guide makes it easy to cover your school! This guide is a great place to learn more about planning the one-hour weekly prayer time and the resources available to get your group started!


Prayer Sheets

Moms in Prayer provides the fuel to pray! They have created template prayer sheets to guide your weekly prayer time, using a simple 4 step process! As a group leader, you select a prayer sheet that focuses on one attribute of God and the agenda for your prayer time is set! For example, here is a prayer guide for what a week focusing on God is Awesome would look like.

You can do this!

I wasn’t sure about it – an hour of praying – with other moms, seemed daunting. But I was willing to give it a shot. It has been over fifteen years since I went to that first prayer meeting and it has changed my life.

Praying with a group of moms has taught me to entrust my son to God. When I’ve felt discouraged or weary, God has also used other moms’ faith and strength to encourage me.

One day we prayed from Ephesians 3:20, placing the names of our children in the blanks. “Lord, I believe that You are able to do immeasurably more than all we could ask or imagine in Henry’s life, according to Your power that is at work within Henry.”