Transformation Prayer Ministry


Life difficulties, personal conflicts, emotional pain, and any and all crises that may arise are NOT something we have to endure, but rather an opportunity to “be transformed by the renewing of our minds” (Rom. 12:2).

Transformation prayer is prayer that allows people to honestly bring their life struggles to the Lord. Trained facilitators help the person get to the roots of his pain, which is often caused by false beliefs. These beliefs are then held up to God and replaced with His truth, which transforms us. Truth based pain is also dealt with and is often given to the Lord, which results in peace and freedom. We believe that “the peace of Christ can reign in our hearts and minds in every circumstance” (II Thes. 3:16). These one-hour prayer sessions consist of the facilitator, an intercessor, and the recipient.

Trained male and female facilitators are available to pray for anyone (men, women, youth, children) in the beautiful private prayer room at SCBC. Three consecutive weekly sessions are recommended, but not mandatory.

To book a session, please email Kathy Zimmerman at

Journey2Transformation – T-GROUP

(men and women)
Oct 5-Nov 9 | 6:30-8:30 PM | Call for location


Would you like to face life’s daily challenges with peace in your heart? Transformation Prayer is a simple prayer process that brings freedom from false beliefs that quench the Holy Spirit and prevent us from producing His fruit in our lives. T- Group is a 6 week course that covers the Biblical principles, purpose, and process of Transformation Prayer Ministry (TPM). The goal of this course is for you to understand these principles and be able to do TPM for yourself.
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Register: Kathy and Jim Zimmerman | 832-640-1311


Other options for Transformation Prayer sessions are available at (located in Houston and at a country overnight retreat in Bellville) or with Rebecca Akers who does Prayer Ministry and counseling at (located in the Essoon Building right next to SCBC in Sugar Land).

Questions? Call 281-242-2858 or visit