Audio Recordings of Daily Intercessory Prayers
Meet the Visionary of the Interscessory Prayerline: A wife, a mother and a servant who has accepted the call of Jesus Christ to offer herself as a vessel for the Lord. Marlene Carr has found peace and contentment by allowing the Holy Spirit to consume her life and consecrate the gifts He has placed in her.
Being reared and built on faith with a foundation of the Word of God and prayer, Lady Carr has the testimony of growing into and intimate and personal relationship with Christ for the past 30 years. Born and raised as a p. k. (pastor's kid), she has worked consistently in women's ministry for over 20 years and has also served as a child and family advocate through various groups and organizations in her community. Marlene Carr has devoted herself to training women how to find their purpose while living as a prayer warrior and intercessor. One of Sis Carr's greatest passions is to stir women to live in the wealth of wisdom by owning their God given position in their family, their church and their community while walking in faithfulness to God. It is with even greater passion that she leads them to a place of dedication to love the Lord with all their heart, soul and strength and to become an overcomer in day to day living.
Marlene Carr resides in Kankakee and serves as a leader at her home church, Total Restoration Church of the Nazarene where her husband of 28 years, Rev. Kenneth L. Carr Sr., is founder and pastor. Marlene Carr feels the most enjoyable and rewarding place in her life is serving her own family. Her most joyous and precious times are spent with their 6 children Kenneth, Jeremiah, Celia, Jonathan, Lauren, Andrew, one son in law Chauncie (married to Celia), one daughter in law, Jessica (married to Kenneth Jr.), and six grandchildren, Allyson, Eli, Emma, Anthony, Elon, and E’marri. She loves cooking and spending time with them around her home as she models her life after the example of the Proverbs 31 woman and gives God all of the glory they have been raised up to call her blessed.