Jennie Fournier is a living testimony of the power of prayer. She lives a life committed to interceding for others. Because of what God has done in her life, Jennie desires to see freedom, justice and redeemed lives especially for those who have been affected by exploitation and/or abuse. Since 2007 Jennie has done missionary work in China, Senegal and the Dominican Republic. She has walked beside those struggling with homelessness, suicidal thoughts, those grieving, those at the end of life, and those with addictions and mental illness. Since 2010 she has been engaged in the anti-trafficking movement. She lives in Boston, MA, and is involved in the local prayer movement and is a team member of the Boston Healing Rooms. She is also the founder and director of the Greater Boston Prayer and Action Network (GBPAN) GBPAN is a strategic network that prays and acts for those affected by abuse and/or exploitation. It is a place where biblical justice, prayer, healing and transformation connect.
Jennie understands the importance of praying for the root issues, causes and consequences of human trafficking (porn being one of them). She realizes that a majority of porn is made in Hollywood. She also understands the reality of how the global entertainment industry (and all of the arts) shape cultural norms. It influences how we view sex, relationships, gender and other “systems” of society. If we address the global entertainment industry in prayer, we can break strongholds and mindsets bringing freedom and restoration.