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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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REGISTRATION OPEN2018 Retreat
April 19–22, 2018  at Fort Caswell

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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.