Terri Copeland Pearsons, eldest daughter of internationally known minister Kenneth Copeland, first discovered the adventure of prayer as a little girl praying at her grandmother’s side. Drawing on that rich heritage of faith, she connects people with the living presence of God, teaching them who they are in Christ Jesus and how to pray from that position.
Terri and her husband, George Pearsons, serve as Senior Pastors of Eagle Mountain International Church (EMIC) at Kenneth Copeland Ministries, where they have pastored for almost two decades. They have an international commission that takes them all over the world. Since 1995, Terri has ignited the fires of prayer at EMIC through Prayer School and a dynamic network of prayer groups, and has brought life into the prayers of believers world wide. Terri also has a great love for Israel. She serves as the Texas State Director for Daughters for Zion Prayer Network (DFZ), a women’s prayer ministry under the umbrella of Christians United For Israel (CUFI).
Terri has supported her father’s commission to take the Word of God from the top of the world to the bottom and all the way around since attending Oral Roberts University (ORU) in Tulsa, Oklahoma in the late 1970s. For 13 years she developed the Believer’s Voice of Victory (BVOV) television broadcast as its first producer, helping establish Brother Copeland as a forerunner in television ministry.
Terri and George have two grown children. Their son, Jeremy Pearsons, his wife, Sarah and wonderful son, Justus travel in ministry together, teaching believers of all ages to hold fast to the spirit of faith. Sarah Hart Pearsons is also a worshipper and singer-songwriter. Their daughter, Aubrey Oaks is a gifted vocalist who ministers frequently at EMIC and she travels with them in ministry. Her husband, Cody is a pilot and is preparing for the ministry God has called him to. They have two precious daughters, Eiley and Kayelin.
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