Grounded Podcast

The One Thing Your School District Needs Most, with Fern Nichols and Mel Wubs

Imagine what would happen if every member of the Grounded sisterhood adopted a campus and prayed for God to move. In this episode, you’ll hear from Fern Nichols, a woman who has been praying for God to move for years. She’ll inspire you to pray for the schools in your community, whether you have school-aged kids or not! 

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Episode Notes

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Portia Collins: What would happen if every member of the Grounded sisterhood adopted a campus and started to pray for God to move in that school? I'm Portia Collins. And this is Grounded.

Erin Davis: Ooh, that's something that's exciting to think about. I'm Erin Davis. 

And you might be wondering where's Dannah Gresh? By the way, she's serving the Lord in the Dominican Republic. …

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About the Guests

Erin Davis

Erin Davis

Erin Davis is married to her high school sweetheart, Jason, and together they parent four energetic boys on their small farm in the midwest. She is the author of more than a dozen books and Bible studies, the content manager … read more …

Portia Collins

Portia Collins

Portia Collins serves on the Revive Our Hearts team as the Monthly Partner Specialist and co-host of the weekly videocast, Grounded. Her favorite part of her job is meeting the ministry partners who help make the mission possible. Portia is … read more …

Fern Nichols

Fern Nichols

Fern Nichols, is a former elementary school teacher and founder of Moms in Prayer International, a prayer movement mobilizing women around the world to gather together to pray for their children and schools. Since its inception, Moms in Prayer groups … read more …

Melanie Wubs

Melanie Wubs

Melanie Wubs is a Technical Specialist with the International Health Unit of Samaritans Purse. She has worked with Samaritans Purse International Relief since 2017. Involved in multiple programs around the world, she has led assessments and rapid program startups in … read more …