Jennie Fournier worked as a Medical Technologist for over 20 years, but in 2007, God called her into missionary work. She started out volunteering in different capacities such as answering suicidal help lines, spending time with those at the end of life through Hospice, taught bible study to the homeless and more.
Since 2012, Jennie has been a prayer advocate for those who have been affected by abuse and exploitation. She has partnered with LegacyMakers International teaching things such as trauma support coaching, thriving in transition and change and creating safe spaces. She has served in prayer related anti-trafficking ministry both locally and around the world. She also serves on the Boston Healing Room prayer team. She is an ordained chaplain with I.F.O.C. She is the founder and director of the Greater Boston Prayer and Action Network.
Jennie shares her story of healing and wholeness from epilepsy and domestic abuse to teach others about the power of prayer. She desires to see freedom, justice and redeemed lives. She lives a life committed to interceding for others. Other than her faith, her daughters and granddaughters are her inspiration.
Jennie is willing to share, encourage and pray with you!
To contact Jennie, you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org