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Keat & Judy Wade

Prayer Coordinators

Judy Garlow Wade is Prayer Coordinator for Well Versed Prayer, along with her husband Keat Wade. She leads prayer meetings as well as trains, organizes and leads intercessory prayer teams in governmental intercession for local, state, national, and international levels. Judy has been involved in and led local church prayer ministries for many years. 

 Judy is the author of a book, Take the Name of Jesus With You:  A Practical Guide for Reaching Your Community through Prayer.  This book is a practical self-teaching tool that will help the reader to become more effective in prayer.

 Currently, Judy is completing her Master’s Degree in Leadership and Applied Ministry. Judy worked in the medical field for many years as a Registered Nurse, both in psychiatric hospitals and later in Home Health.

 Keat and Judy Garlow Wade live in the San Diego area and have 5 children and 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

 Book: The Pursuit of God by A.Z. Tozer

Food: German Chocolate Cake

Hobby: Genealogy

 

Keat Wade is a gifted writer and intercessory prayer leader.He co-leads Well Versed Prayer, along with his wife Judy Garlow Wade. They areactive in prayer on the local, state, national and international level. 

 Keat is a master poet, author of four books: For Whom Beyond Beckons, Dueling Kingdoms: Chronicling the Times, A Gnarled Tree andMe, and Chronology of Love: Times and Seasons. Some have called these books a collection of God breathed words of poetic wisdom and knowledge. 

He graduated from Fort Hays State University (Master of Education) (Bachelor of Arts). Keat was Oklahoma Wesleyan University Dean of Students and an instructor for teacher education for 22 years. He also served as Colby Community College Dean of Students, and spent several years as a public school teacher.

Keat and Judy Garlow Wade live in the San Diego area and have 5 children and 9 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.

Books: Collected Verses, Poems of Patriotism, and Making a House a Home by Edgar A. Guest (3 books)

Favorite Poem: “Home” by Edgar A. Guest

Food: Rhubarb Pie

Hobby: Woodworking