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This is the second book dealing with today's struggles written by women who have overcome life's difficulties. It is a wonderful resource to share with those overwhelmed by their circumstances. Many crucial issues and situations are dealt with in this book.
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DAUGHTERS OF ZION
Who we are . . . Daughters
of Zion is made up of women worldwide, who
meet on the first Monday of each month to
pray focused prayer for the children of the
local church community.
Our Mission . . . We are
committed to the spiritual preservation of
this generation and beyond and the spiritual
restoration of previous generations.
Our Need . . . Committed
women who will join together on the first
Monday of each month and pray focused prayer
for their children and the children of the
local church and community.
Three Priorities of Prayer...
salvation of our children (Isaiah 49:25;
Psalm 144:12; Isaiah 43:5-6).
That they take ownership of the faith at
an accountable age (I John 2:25-28; James 1:25).
That they enter into the ministry of the
Lord's harvest (Matthew 9:38).
Daughters of Zion: 1999, World Network of Prayer Director, Thetus Tenney shared an interesting article with Gwyn Oakes about the Praying Mothers of Brazil. Sister Oakes had a burden for this type of ministry and Sister Tenny suggested it as a venture for the Ladies Division. The burden was shared with the National Ladies Committee. Ruth Harvey expressed a desire to work with the program and was chosen as director. From the many titles submitted Daughters of Zion was chosen. Debbie Akers later became the Coordinator and the editor of the Daughters of Zion monthly e-zine which is translated into other languages by missionaries and reaches around the world.
DOZ Coordinator and Editor
Daughters of Zion are committed to
the spiritual preservation of this
generation and beyond and the
spiritual restoration of previous