Current Prayer Concerns

Prayer Concerns

January 15, 2017

 

Health Concerns:

 

(12-18) For Dino, Sister Bernadette and Joan who are in long term care facilities, that their needs are met, and they are comforted.

 

(12-18) For Faith members Ruth, Calvin, Les, Grace, Elizabeth, Audie (SJ/SP) Karen, Charlotte, Jim, Bill, Garth and Marian, Jean, Tom and regular visitor John, who are in assisted living facilities, or receiving nursing care, that they may sense God’s presence with them and be comforted.

 

(12-18) For Faith member Mary Brandt who is recovering from a medical procedure, that she may be strengthened.

 

(12-21) For Faith member Bill Woodall who was hospitalized for a heart procedure and is recovering at home, that he may be strengthened.

 

(12-21) For Faith member Jean Butler as she adjusts to a new living situation, that she may be comforted.

 

(12-22) For Faith member Garth McHenry who was hospitalized after a fall, and is recovering at home, that he and Marian may be strengthened.

 

(1-6) For Faith member Dennis Caetta who was hospitalized and is recovering at home, that he may be strengthened.

 

(1-15) For Faith member Tom Derr who is receiving inpatient care, that he may be strengthened, and that Audrey may be guided as she provides support.

 

(1-15) For Faith members DuWayne and Dottie Hansen, as she recovers from surgery for a broken ankle, and as DuWayne faces surgery, that they may be strengthened and their needs may be met.

 

Special Prayers:

 

(1-2) For peace in our world, and in our lives, in 2018.  

 

In Times of Loss:

 

(12-17) For the family of Ruth Hobbs, Pastor Jean’s aunt, upon her death, that they may be comforted.

 

(1-4) For the family of Hazel Schmaltz, sister-in-law of Faith member Dick Schmaltz, upon her death, that they may be comforted.

 

(1-7) For Faith member Carla Barbicas, and family, upon the death of her husband Louis, that they may be comforted.

 

With Thanksgiving:

 

(1-15) For the gathering of Faith Lutheran, New Hope Baptist, St. Hilary Catholic churches, and Temple Israel, on Jan. 14 to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, that this collaborative effort may continue and lead to friendships and understanding.