Missie Brooks Kramer
The Founder and President of WOPU
Missie is ecstatic and amazed to see how God is placing together the pieces of His master plan. This vision has taken nine years to fall into place. God has finally said “Now is the time”. She is standing firm and taking action!
Missie Brooks Kramer attends Trinity Temple Assemblies of God in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. She is a wife, mother, and grandmother and has lived in Arkadelphia since 2008. Missie was raised in Hot Spring, AR but lived in Denver, Colorado for 23 years.
Missie’s husband John stands by her, supporting her and helping her walk in wisdom in all that God has called her to do. She is thankful to God for blessing them with a wonderful family. Her heart’s desire is to allow the Lord to lead and guide her though what He wants to do. Missie feels honored to be surrounded by Godly women who share her vision and are taking a vital role in helping her to accomplish God’s plan. She is grateful for their personal prayer life and Godly wisdom.
God’s hand is moving, and Missie has been given the opportunity to say “yes” in taking action on what He is speaking: “Women of Prayer United”; The prayers that save a generation.
Missie can be reached through email@example.com or at P.O. Box 826, Arkadelphia, AR 71923
Nancy was born and raised in New York but has lived in Arkansas since attending college there in 1980. She and her husband, Ronnie live near Lake DeGray and attend New Life Church in Arkadelphia. For thirty-five years their home has been dedicated as a house of prayer. She has taught in churches for over 20 years, mentoring leaders, and volunteering on various boards and committees and is a regular attendee of Hettie Lue Brooks Women’s Seminars.
But it wasn’t until January 2016 that she met Missie through a divine appointment at a bible study and learned about what became known as the Sequoia Seed Vision. Missie asked her to be her Vice-President, and together they’ve watched God expand the vision nationally; exceeding all their expectations.
In September 2018 Nancy retired from a career in government to pursue her interest in writing professionally but by that October had surrendered to the call of ministry full time alongside Missie Kramer in Women of Prayer United. If you ask her, “How are you enjoying retirement?” She joyfully bubbles, “I’m living my dream.”