When my girls were younger, we lived in Switzerland and I was part of MITI. Basically, a group of Moms (or ‘Mums’, if you’re British) met once a week to pray for their children. No coffee and croissants (or tea and scones) – just a quick cup of tea and prayer for an hour. No frills, no fuss, we were in and out in an hour and knew that the hour would be set aside for prayer for our children.
Many were the tears that were shed on behalf of our kids, many were the answers to prayer and great was the joy at seeing God at work in the schools and among our kids and their friends.
Do take a look at the website and you will see that there are Moms in Prayer groups all over the world now – and there are all kinds of groups from pre-school through to university and encompassing working Moms, Grandmothers, Military, Prison, etc.
Moms in Touch International have just changed their name to Moms in Prayer International – they chose their new name to better reflect what they do.
This is what Fern Nichols, President and Founder of Moms in Prayer International, says: