Monday, November 29, 2010

Welcome Friends!


My name is Brooke McGlothlin and I'm the girl behind Warrior Prayers.




If you've already been following the ministry of Warrior Prayers on Facebook or Twitter, you'll be thrilled to know that we now have a permanent home!



The Warrior Prayers blog will bring you a weekly prayer theme consisting of seven prayers (one for each day of the week). Each prayer will be based on specific scriptures designed to help you intercede for your boys in the areas they need prayer the most.

My heart, as a mother of two boys myself, is to walk through this together petitioning the King of kings and Lord of lords on behalf of our sons.  Raising godly men.  To learn more about the heart and passion behind Warrior Prayers, or how the ministry of Warrior Prayers got started, click here.

I hope you'll continue to join me in the Warrior Prayers conversation daily on Facebook and Twitter, through my weekly Twitter chat (#WarriorPrayers) and now once a week (Thursdays) on this blog (subscribe?)!

But there's more!


Warrior Prayers Exclusive Art Collection
Allow me the honor of introducing you to the brand new Warrior Prayers Exclusive Art Collection!  What a joy it is to bring you the work of my friend and artist, Michelle Pendergrass.



Michelle has slaved over the last weeks to bring you this exclusive line of her art derived from the heart of Warrior Prayers.  Each piece, hand-painted, brings to life the individual parts of the prayer that started it all (found here).  Pick the piece that grabs your heart. Share a piece with a friend who has boys for Christmas.

...and help a worthy ministry...





Ten percent of each purchase in the Warrior Prayers art collection goes directly to meet the needs of 

"The Mercy House exists to provide alternative options for pregnant girls living in the streets of Kenya. The Mercy House will aid them in nutrition, housing, prenatal care, counseling, Biblical teaching and job skills for sustainable living." (from the Mercy House website)


Because:
  • Annually, 26,000 women die from having an illegal, unsafe abortion in Kenya. (Center for Reproductive Rights) *Updated: in September 2010, abortion was legalized in Kenya.
  • Abortion is a volatile topic in Kenya.
  • 13,000 Kenyan girls are kicked out of school for being pregnant. (Center for Reproductive Rights)
  • 25% of pregnant women in Kenya are HIV positive (ObGyn in Kenya)
  • Every 30 minutes, a woman is raped in Kenya. (Nairobi Women’s Hospital)
  • Mothers often force their daughters into trading sex for food in the slums (CNN)
  • More than 20,000 children are sex trafficked in Kenya (Human Trafficking)
  • 1500 women die in childbirth every day across Africa (WHO)*
We want to be a part of the solution to this problem.  You can help.  


Click here to visit the Warrior Prayers Shop

Once again, thank you for joining us in our new blog home!  Subscribe to get free, weekly updates.  Follow the conversation on Facebook or Twitter!  


Brooke


10 comments:

  1. LOVE that there is a blog now and I'm so excited to join in this! How wonderful.

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  2. Brooke I love it! I'm excited to jump in and join!

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  3. Wow! This is AWESOME!!! I'm now following and with each day that my little 3 year old grows, I'll need this more and more and more!!!

    Thanks for following His calling so ardently to lead us all to the throne!

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  4. Looking forward to sharing in prayer for my boys (we have 3 fearless young men; 13, 10 and 5)

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  5. Love so many but love love Listing # 63458915

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  6. Now a subscriber, love the site

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    A tubal reversal is a procedure to reconnect the fallopian tubes in a woman who has previously undergone surgical sterilization, known as tubal ligation. In a tubal reversal operation, the surgeon removes the portion of each fallopian tube that has been blocked or cut. Once the damaged portion has been removed, the tubes are reconnected to form a complete, open fallopian tube.

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  8. Thank you for this excellent & thoughtful post, so full of ideas that I have printed it out so I can read again

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