In 2006 Debra M. Hudson visited New Orleans, Louisiana, one year after Hurricane Katrina. Everywhere she went, she was asked to pray. Before returning home, she asked God, “How do I handle this situation?” His response: Write prayer letters and mail the letters to the people who had asked for help. Thus, “Let’s Pray the Word Together,” her personal written prayer ministry, came forth. Years later she was stirred in her spirit to write a book and realized that God was leading her to expand her ministry into a published work: A Book of Warring Prayers: Praying the Word of God Is Our Weapon.
Psalm 144:1 declares, “Praise be to the Lord my Rock, who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle.” Praying the Word of God, with the help of this book, prepares believers to fight spiritual attacks and helps them seek spiritual guidance and restoration. Pray the Word back to God, and witness His power at work in your life.
Debra M. Hudson is a real estate businesswoman as well as a missionary, Bible teacher, and Christian author. She has traveled the world for the past twenty years as a Christian missionary. She has served in Nigeria, Ghana, Albania, Greece, Israel, Cambodia, Ethiopia, Morocco, Rwanda, South Africa, and Jamaica, and she has gone on multiple missions to Haiti, Kenya, India, Turkey, and Honduras.
Debra has experience as a small group facilitator and a leader of a group prayer conference call line. She is a faithful lay minister and a Mission Team servant leader at her home church, Lakewood Church in Houston, Texas. She’s also a member of a pastoral care team and leads Bible study at a local homeless shelter.
Debra is the founder of Remnant House Ministries International, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization. For more information, visit
www.remnanthouseintl.org. She is the mother of one adult son, David, and enjoys travel, writing, the arts, and music.