Single Moms Who Pray Ministry is for Christian mothers raising children without fathers in the home. The mission of Single Moms Who Pray Ministry is to support, strengthen and serve through prayer. In addition to prayer we offer resources and Bible based discussions that focus on these mothers and their families unique and specific needs.
“Always be joyful. Never stop praying. Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.”
~ 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18
Are you a single mother or know a single mother that has gone through a hard time or two? Maybe you or they are going through a hard time or two now? In those hard times a single mother can feel alone or even as if nobody understands. There is a need to cry out to God, but the words are not easily articulated. In “Prayers of a Single Mom” the authors words are here to guide you. Ms. Jennifer Pink collaborated with several single mothers to compile prayers of single mothers. This is a book of prayers that covers almost every experience that a single moms goes through. The prayers range from encouragement for the times you feel like a failure to the times you simply have to thank God for the strength (and everything in between).
Being a part of “Prayers of a Single Mom” has started to feed my desire to help others. I am very shy, but at the same time I want to contribute in encouraging other single mothers. I especially want to encourage young single mothers. Being a part of this movement means reminding single mothers that they can be successful, they did not fail, they do not need to hold on to any shame they feel, and they are not in this alone. Reading the prayers lifts my spirits. It reminds me that we all are walking this path and there is a light at the end of the tunnel. The community for me is like a growing family. It’s a place where we can encourage one another and not feel judged because we either had children out of wedlock or the marriage did not last. We are in this together. We can learn and teach one another so we do not have to repeat mistakes made just to learn the lesson. The community is not to encourage woman to be single mothers, but to be another avenue of support for those that have become (or used to be) a single mother.Keah D. Talley
Before taking on the task of becoming the publisher for “Prayers of a Single Mom”, I was truly blessed by each of the prayers of the collaborators. Having once been a single mom, the prayers presented for virtually every situation I went through in the past encouraged me by letting me know I was never alone; other moms have gone or are going through, too!Angela Edwards