Prayer Needs

Prayer Needs

   Just received word (16th) that Ed is having some heart issues.  He has started a new medication and may need a pacemaker. Pray for our Lord’s healing touch for Ed and wisdom, skill and compassion from Ed’s doctors.

Winnie’s surgery went well on Tuesday (13th) and she came home yesterday afternoon.  She says she feel pretty good. Her daughter-in-law will be staying with her for a couple of days to help her out.

Please pray for little 5yr old Kendal Watts who has leukemia.

Prayers for a man named Dan who heard our church is full of prayer warriors.  He asked that you pray for healing of his prostate cancer.  He lives in Vancouver WA and heard about all of you through the grapevine.

Prayers for Keith and Vivian Ross.  Keith’s brother, Don, just passed away.  Three of Keith’s brothers have passed away this year.  They both need our prayers.

Sharon Fulton’s friend, Julie Hille, awaits directions from the oncologist this week.

All the Californians in the fires that they may find the Lord’s peace.

For candidates to have the courage to accept results of the election with grace and consideration.

For the veterans who carry the scars and the Fallen they have carried in their hearts.

Brandy McEnaney – she has a lot of big decisions to make.

Barb Nelson injured her hand and has to have it elevated and iced.

Barbara Akerson continues to seek cancer treatment.

Jewel Coleman was badly injured in a Missoula car accident.

Jackie, Sharon’s daughter-in-law, came through her surgery this morning with a good doctor’s report.  Thank you for your prayers.  Sharon Fulton

Sharon’s friend from Knit Nite has been diagnosed with lymphoma cancer and will meet with the oncologist next week.  She is frightened and needs our prayers.  She and her husband are the caretakers at the Melita Island Boy Scout camp.

Prayers answered: First, Jack Svenden’s surgery for skin cancer went very well.  The Doctors are confident that they got it all and there is no follow up treatment at this time. Second, Sharon Fulton has a friend who had a biopsy for possible esophageal cancer and the results came back negative, no cancer. Third: Noma Giffin is healthy and at home!!!!!          Fourth: Praise the Lord for Kathy Gipe Barber’s daughter, Alisha.  Her heart is structurally healthy.  They CAN fix the arrhythmia. Fifth:Norma Jean Mahaffey continues to improve and is home

Prayers please for Linda Mark and her husband Joe. He was just diagnosed with stage four leukemia. She will be taking him to Msla 5 days/week starting Monday. So they need prayers for safe travel as well as wisdom for healthcare workers, for comfort and healing.

For niece, Tamara, who has advanced melanoma.

Maureen Theiler has a bladder and kidney infection and is away from home in Wisconsin

For the Community of Pittsburgh and the families who have lost and injured loved ones in the Jewish synagogue.

Winnie’s great grandson, Bridger, fell and broke both wrists.

Continued prayers for Jim Doolittle for his foot infection

Continued prayers for Jim Tysk as he recovers from open heart surgery

Continued prayers for Carol Akerson, Barbara Smith’s sister, as she battles cancer.

Frank Noles fell and hurt his knee. Please pray for Lord’s guidance in what needs to be done to help him.

Prayers for Jim Anderson and family, his wife recently passed.

Prayers for Marge Faye as she is very weak and needs to gain weight.  Her pancreas is free of cancer!

Marie Hirsch is in a lot of pain and is awaiting a diagnosis as well as taking therapy.

Tigrai Gipe as she serves in India for 3 months.

Prayers for Michael Schendel’s Aunt Angie and Ms Wallace

Prayers for Harlan Branson who had heart surgery in Missoula

Susie Syvrud’s co-worker, Rayleen, is in cancer end stage.  Prayers for her and her family

Dr. Ralph Campbell’s daughter, Lucy – alcohol addiction and salvation!

Judy Muniz’s daughter, Marci, is having kidney problems.

Gary Brown is home and his sister, Melodee Scott, fortunately, is the care giver.  Please keep them both in your prayers.

Prayers needed for Jack Thomas, Henneman’s’ son-in-law, Mike Scheel, Gayle Moon (Anna’s niece) and Ruth Baxter’s granddaughter struggle with cancer.

Continued prayers for Cyr’s grandson (Conner), Don Blais, Cliff Smith’s hand, Kathy Barber’s friend, Donna, who has kidney failure, Randall’s tinnitus, Patsy Widerholdt, Winnie Jones, Karen Good, Staci Vail,  Kathy Gipe-Barber’s grand daughter, Neva’s broken collar bone, Aaron Anciaux, Don Miller (Vivian Ross’ nephew), JoAnn Martinez (Becky’s friend) and April Randall.

Please pray for our city and staff as it goes through much change with loss of personnel.

Prayers for America and the leaders now and to come to find the Lord’s purpose in all we do.

Prayers for every American who demands tolerance and acceptance and be ready to give it in return.

Prayers needed for all who have kids and grandkids who don’t know Jesus!!

Pray that our nation can avoid disaster and separation

Prayers for our great nation’s leaders to keep honorable, civil and decent conduct

For America to not become wimpy, poor, open for attack or invasion and unable to help others.  And for Christian values to be kept in our Constitution and Bill Of Rights.

Prayers for Peace in Jerusalem.

During WWII, there was an advisor to Churchill, who organized a group of people who dropped what they were doing every night at a prescribed hour for one minute, to collectively pray for the safety of England, its people and peace. This had an amazing effect, as it was not long before the bombing stopped.

There is now a group of people organizing the same thing here in America.

The people of the world, the United States, and our citizens, need prayer more than ever! If you would like to participate, each evening at 7 PM, stop whatever you’re doing, and spend one minute praying for the safety of the United States, our troops, our citizens, and for peace in the world.  Pray also that the Bible and our Christian values will remain the basis for the laws governing our land. Also, pray that Christianity will grow in the United States.