Hope In Life
We offer in-person, Zoom and telephone sessions through our Folsom and Rocklin offices.
Call us at 1-844-NOW HOPE ext. 0
(1-844-669-4673) to schedule an appointment.
All of our Counselors are Ordained Ministers.
1-844-669-4673 ext. 5
Lorraine is an anointed Biblical Prayer Counselor and has served at the Folsom office since 2017.
Lorraine began her journey of faith in Christ in 2001 through Bible Study Fellowship, women’s ministries and serving at women’s retreats. She studied to become a Biblical Prayer Counselor under the leadership and training of Brenda Zamorano while still working full time in the marketplace and became a true disciple of the Lord. What she learned was life changing. Through Brenda, the Lord taught her not only how to address the pain in her own life, but in her clients’ lives and how to receive healing and freedom. She learned to rely on the Holy Spirit to reveal with each client everything that He wants to bring into the light, His Truth and what needs to be healed and redeemed today. Lorraine’s passion is to see each person move out of self-identity into their true Identity in Christ. She has helped clients receive clarity on what the Holy Spirit wants to give them and to gain confidence in what God has put in them, and what He will also do in them.
Since 2003, Lorraine has attended the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City, KS. IHOP is committed to prayer, fasting, the Great Commission, and living as forerunners, spiritually preparing for the unique dynamics of the end times.
She currently serves on the Prayer Team at Jesus Culture and personally ministers to people, whatever their need may be (i.e. healing, encouragement, breakthrough, freedom, accepting Jesus).
Lorraine and her husband met on Valentine’s Day 1970. They are celebrating their 52nd wedding anniversary with their two grown children and four grandchildren.
As what happened in Acts 9 for Saul, who later became the Great Apostle Paul, your past does not determine your future.
"...On him we have set our hope that he will continue to deliver us." (2 Corinthians 1:10 NIV)