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February 19, 2009

Lauren Corley


Pastor Suzette Caldwell

Houston, TX ( - Pastor Suzette Caldwell, Board Chair and President of The Prayer Institute and Associate Pastor of Windsor Village United Methodist Church, where her husband, Kirbyjon Caldwell, serves as senior pastor, declares change through prayer is possible. The answer to our nation's current troubles, according to Pastor Suzette Caldwell, is calling the nation to prayer.

Today's trying times reflected by the troubling economy, environmental issues, failing home mortgages, massive lay-offs, inadequate health care, global political unrest, etc. are indicators there is a need for an answer for change. Pastor Suzette has developed a Model Prayer developed from the Lord's Prayer. She and the Prayer Institute team, located in Houston, Texas, have seen numerous healings and miraculous answers to prayer resulting from Jesus' prayer method found in the Model Prayer (also known as the Lord's Prayer), including the healing of Pastor Suzette's breast cancer.

"Prayer is the key to experiencing God's will for our lives," said Pastor Suzette. "Praying to Change Your Life will show you how to produce God's results to your prayers while strengthening your relationship with Him."

Pastor Suzette and The Prayer Institute team conduct prayer classes that have taught thousands of people to pray using the Model Prayer. Numerous testimonies citing positive results from praying the Model Prayer have been collected. Pastors Suzette and Kirbyjon Caldwell, along with the Windsor Village Family, have also witnessed the power of united prayer in the realization of a 234-acre vision called Pointe 2.3.4., a mini master-planned, nonprofit development in an underserved area of Southwest Houston. Pastor Suzette and The Prayer Institute recently took the united prayer concept worldwide through a recent prayer event called "A Day of O.N.E. (One Nation Empowered)" where congregations prayed the same prayer in support of President Obama, his cabinet and America. During the Bush administration The Prayer Institute developed prayers for President George W. Bush and his administration. Pastor Suzette also organized the chaplaincy for Hurricane Katrina, served as co-chair for National Day of Prayer-Houston and as Director of Prayer for CityFest Houston hosted by Luis Palau.

Pastor Suzette and her husband, Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell, serve as pastors of the nation's largest United Methodist Church with over 14,000 members. Pastor Suzette was appointed to the University of Houston System Board of Regents in 1997 by President George W. Bush when he was Governor of Texas. She received the appointment while owning and operating a private environmental engineering company, TC Consulting Group, Inc. Her professional career as an environmental engineer spanned 14 years in the public and private sector after graduating from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering.

Pastor Suzette Caldwell is also now an author with the release of a new book, Praying to Change Your Life that equips its readers with a model of prayer that Pastor Suzette attests will guarantee results. It has a scheduled release date of April 7, 2009 with preorders already being taken. The book introduces a prayer model based on The Lord's Prayer consisting of six fundamental elements. Please visit to learn more about Pastor Suzette Caldwell, The Prayer Institute, and Praying to Change Your Life.


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