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I pray Blessings on you. Walk in the life God intends for you. I pray you speak Blessing/positive words over people and not curses/negative words. Extend God’s love and let it shine through you.

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MPAC meets the first, third and fifth Sundays of each month at 4:00 p.m. at The Wilmington Healing Center, 4609 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC. This is a community outreach program to bring mothers together.

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Books and resources for mothers who's children are any age, from new-born to middle aged. Whether their children have never given one minute’s problem or have trouble making decisions or they are on drugs or in prison.

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Upcoming
2018 Retreat
April 19-22, 2018
at Fort Caswell

On-line registration will open beginning Monday, October 23


Introduction to  MPAC:

After talking to many mothers who read my book “A Mother’s Prayer,” it was clear to me a mother’s support group was needed. Thus, MPAC – Mothers Praying for Adult Children was born. All mothers have one thing in common, and that is praying for their children. It doesn’t matter whether their children have never given one minute’s problem or have trouble making decisions or they are on drugs or in prison. They are our children and we want God’s best for them.

MPAC meets the first, third and fifth Sundays of each month at 4:00 p.m. at The Wilmington Healing Center, 4609 Wrightsville Ave., Wilmington, NC. This is a community outreach program to bring mothers together so they will realize they are not alone in their particular situation. We meet to give each other hope, and courage and to seek God’s guidance for us and our children. It is only with the help of God and our belief in Jesus Christ as Savior that we are able to handle difficult times. We need to become like Hannah crying out to God for our children.

According to Luke 10:18-20 and Matthew 18:18, we have the power to take back what Satan has stolen from us or to keep him from stealing from us. It is time we draw a line in the sand standing firm on the word of God. We have to decree and declare God’s word over our children. Train up a child in the way he should go, And when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:5-7

I can certainly understand how these Mothers feel as I have spent many years praying for my daughter and son. My faith in God was the only thing that kept me going through my son’s ten years of drug addiction. I cried out to God, and He heard my cries. God had His hand on my son and in His timing brought my son back. I still pray for God’s best for them.