“Do not be anxious about anything but in every situation by PRAYER and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.” Philippians 4:6
The Desperate for Jesus Prayer Wall is a place where you can leave your PRAYER requests and have fellow women in Christ stand with you in prayer.
When you pray for one of the requests below, be sure to click on the I prayed for you button so that the requestor can know how many times their request has been lifted up.
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A wife and a mom of three girls, Brittany is passionate about connecting her generation to the truth of scripture and the love of God; empowering them to live in the abundant life purchased by Christ for all at Calvary.
With a bachelor’s degree from Howard University and a Masters’s degree in Divinity from Regent University, Brittany uses her gifts to help God’s women connect to the truth of scripture and as a result creating a lasting connection and relationship with Christ.
Empowering others through wit, humor, deep scriptural insight, and her bold personality, she helps women know that they are seen and supported on their faith journey.
This is the heart behind her platform and the online community she is creating. Her goal is to let women know they are seen and supported as they pursue their God-given passions and goals for His glory not in a future idealistic version of themselves, but right now in their present, every day, and seemingly ordinary reality.
Born and raised in the DMV, she currently resides in Dallas, TX with her family.
You can connect with Brittany at her website brittanyjturner.com Brittany on Instagram @iambrittanyjturner
Taking My Voice Back, the Burtonwood Records debut from Louisiana-based singer/songwriter Brooke Robertson, released March 27th 2020. Produced by Jeremy Holderfield (Seventh Day Slumber, Nathan Sheridan), the 11-song set—all co-penned by Robertson—showcases buoyant, country-tinged pop anthems alongside poignant ballads, each song a testament to the hope, healing and joy Robertson is embracing along her journey.
The vulnerable, deeply personal title-cut and lead single stands as the album’s centerpiece and marks the first time Robertson has shared her story as a victim of childhood sexual abuse. Harboring her pain for years, writing the song proved a therapeutic process as Robertson was ultimately able to forgive her abuser.
“It was something I promised myself I would never talk about, and for 15 years I was numb to it,” she says of the abuse. “As I was writing the song, I felt in my heart that I needed to contact my abuser. I was able to tell that person I forgave them, and that God forgives and loves them too. To be able to share Jesus with someone who hurt me was something I didn’t even know I needed. I thought all these years I was ok, but there was a deeper healing in store for me, and God knew that.”
Celeste Howell is a native Texan and is the youngest of seven children. She is a graduate of Stephen F. Austin University majoring in Communications and Theater. She holds a Masters degree in Education from University of North Texas as well as a Masters degree in Counseling from Lamar University.
She attends Oakcliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas Texas where she has served in the Drama Ministry. Celeste has always had a passion for drama and has had the honor of being a part of several television commercials including Wingstop, TGIFriday and USA Drugstore. Channeling her love for Theater, she has been a part of plays at Jubilee Theater and Teco Productions. She has also done voice overs for several recording artist.
Celeste began her passion for writing at a very young age. She has always had a passion for helping people and seeing them reach their full potential.
Celeste is a thirteenth-year educator and is currently a school counselor. She is the proud wife of Keith Howell and they have five wonderful children.
“My name is Natalie Dian Novelli and I am a beautifully adorned pillar, standing firm in my mission, anointed by God, to proclaim liberty to those who are held captive, and to be a display of the intricacies of my Creator to those God sets in my path.” A native of Waco, Texas, Natalie planted herself in Dallas in 2013 working as the Children’s Ministry Coordinator at Oak Cliff Bibke Fellowship.
After graduating from The University of Texas (HOOK EM) in 2011, Natalie dedicated 8 months at Pine Cove learning about identity and her purpose as a leader in God’s Kingdom. While working at OCBF, God called Natalie to pursue a career as a nurse. Natalie currently works as an Emergency Department nurse at Parkland and has had opportunities to use her gifts of hospitality and service to love and help heal those in the community that need healing.
When she’s not working, you can find Natalie walking her pup, Addy, at White Rock lake, enjoying the latest foodie spot in Dallas, or hosting High School girls in her home on Thursday nights. Natalie’s passion is proclaiming Christ to young women; helping them understand their true identity and purpose as a daughter of The King.
Ocielia Sprowl is former Miss Black USA turned author, speaker and minister to young women with15 years of compelling speaking, life coaching and community outreach experience. As a girls’ minister and former beauty queen, her unique approach helps teen girls to not define themselves based on culture but to internalize and live out who they are in Christ.
She is Founder of More Than a Pretty Face International®, a ministry she initially founded as an outreach to girls in under-served communities. Now with international reach, More Than a Pretty Face has impacted women and girls throughout the US and Kenya. Ocielia’s work has been recognized with her receiving Pine-Sol’s Women Making a Powerful Difference Award and being the youngest woman recognized as an Unsung Hero for her programming by EBONY Magazine.
In 2011, Ocielia became the first woman from the state of Texas to be crowned Miss Black USA. Her experience as Miss Black USA led her to author her first book, More Than Pretty, which has been shared with girls around the world, igniting journeys of self-worth and intimacy with Christ. Learn more about her ministry at www.Ocielia.com.
Raelynn Pineda, is a University of Houston graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology and Dallas Baptist University graduate with a Masters of Arts in Christian Education. She’s worked in the field of Human Resources, Administration, and Higher Ed, until she found her way to her heart for ministry.
Raelynn has served in the capacity of a Public School Outreach Coordinator for The Turn Around Agenda of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship (OCBF), and is now serving as the SPO Ministry Coordinator at OCBF. She is the owner and operator of Righteous Pursuit Ministries. She married to her college sweetheart Raul Pineda Jr. and has one son.