If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. — JOHN 8:31
Welcome to Pray About It. I hope you will be blessed for having found us.
I am an ex horseman, manufacturer’s sales representative, manufacturer, and retailer. I was born anew January 12th, 1984. On December 20, 1997, I buried my only son, “Jimbo”. His 22nd birthday would have been December 21. No parent is prepared for this experience.
After my son’s death, I fell into depression. By the power of prayer and the grace of God, I was shown my purpose in life. On December 21, 2004, God gave me the vision of Pray About It on a necklace. As the days and weeks went by, He was showing me the message, Pray About It, on many things.
He placed it on my heart that I was to spread this message around the world not only by speaking it, but by getting others to wear it, display it, and speak it. I feel that it is quite possibly the most important three word message in the world. I wear, display, and speak this important message every day.
The gift items that bear this message have become great witnessing tools. Almost daily, I receive ideas and suggestions for different items that people would like to see this message put on. The response from people about Pray About It has been very positive and uplifting. God wants us to communicate our joys, our problems and our concerns with Him through prayer. He wants each and everyone of us to have a personal relationship with Him.
It is my wish to provide products to the world that bear this very important message and having others become an Ambassador for Christ. It is an honor and privilege to be able to witness for our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, every day.
I welcome your suggestions, comments, gift requests, and prayer request by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 405-203-4191.
I have dedicated the rest of my life to Pray About It Ministries and sharing this very important message. I do so in loving memory of my son, JAMES LEN MATHIS “Jimbo”, December 21, 1975 — December 18, 1997.
May God Bless our endeavors,
Rev. James M. Mathis