Today we begin our promotional tour, heading to Atlanta so that I can speak at tomorrow’s Faith in Film breakfast. I’m nervous but excited, feeling boosted by all the prayers going out on our behalf.


When I was growing up, GA’s and Acteens were a big part of my life. I always loved praying for the missionaries on their birthdays and thinking how cool it would be to have people all over praying for you like that. But I’m reminded of a story I once heard a missionary share. She got pulled over for speeding on her birthday and she politely explained to the officer that she couldn’t get a ticket because girls and women all over the world were praying for her. Unimpressed, he handed her the ticket and said, “Someone forgot to pray.”

I now know how those missionaries felt because we’ve been blessed with folks literally all over the globe praying for us and for the movie. I’m humbled by all the people who have taken the time not only to pray, but to share with us that they’re praying. Thank you!

Please continue to pray. Pray that Providence will get to the people who need it. Pray that Providence will be a blessing to those who see it. Pray that God will use our little silent movie to speak to hearts.

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Sharon Wilharm, is a ministry leader, keynote speaker, podcast host, and female filmmaker whose stories have impacted audiences around the globe. An accomplished storyteller, Sharon draws the audience in with humor, engages them with stories, then ties everything together to bring to light spiritual truths. Her heart’s desire is to encourage women in their walk with the Lord, showing them how to find God’s will for their life through prayer and scripture. Sharon has enjoyed a lifelong fascination with women of the Bible and loves applying the biblical stories to modern situations. She especially enjoys delving into lesser known women and discovering encouraging truths for women of today. As host of All God's Women podcast, she's working her way through the Bible one woman at a time, bringing to light the stories of ancient women and applying them to modern day living.

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