Prayer & Praise

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  1. dusty says:

    Prayer Requests: July 14-21

    brian – I just got some real hard news as to two people I had known for years had passed, one in a tragic accident and another who had struggled with illness. it has just been a rather hard weekend. I dont know what to do with the pain.

    Trey – recovering from mono

    Filbertz- been completely overwhelmed with tasks, trying to finish school year, business responsibilities, and a new grandson (our dear Amber) who along with his 14 month old brother and momma needs a lot of care and support. It has been very satisfying and enjoyable, but exhausting. Amber needs much attention and assistance with two little ones in diapers and hubby not available (long story) so we’re pulling long hours. Baby Charles is doing great and older brother Isaiah too. All that and career transitions…so prayer for strength, wisdom, and mercy appreciated.

    .Michael and Trey Needing prayer covering

    J2 and her husband facing nonsense from the local government which may result in $6000 in fees. Prayers for wisdom and the community voicing their frustration, and that they would be heard.

    Michael Liles “Smurf” A man Derek served with in Bosnia and Iraq, he has been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease, ALS. The lifespan for those diagnosed with this is very short. Prayer for Michael and his family. You can find out more, also about his speaking before Congress for more attention to ALS, on his FB page: https://www.facebook.com/michael.liles.169
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    Nonnie- her Grandson Bennet’s recovery from his surgery!

    Gary – for a solid job opportunity and something to come quickly for housing. Also, just for some encouragement during this frustrating time.

    Michael Needs a job and income. Now.

    J2thePerson – disability application processed quickly.

    Chile -family member who was given just two years to live.

    Ryan – dealing with loneliness and a desire for true friendship.

    Derek – friend Dennis , served two tours with Derek and is possibly PTSD

    London – for her eyes.

    Sarah’s Nephew-in-Law Blake Serving 9 months in Afghanistan. Pray for safety.

    Pastor Saeed FREEDOM

    Gomergirl – coworker/ friend, Kathy. niece was one of the victims in Santa Barbara

    Captain Kevin – cervical spinal stenosis (narrowing of the upper spinal column), which causes pain in my neck and shoulders as well as down into my hands. , bone spurs in my hands, and
    what appears to be a separating of my left wrist and hand. I should be going in for an MRI on that hand sometime in the next week. I’m wearing braces and taking some pretty strong meds, but the relief is minimal. My pain specialist says that pain sensations I feel are probably heightened by the fibromyalgia.

    Children on the border

    j2theperson – trouble with city plumbing and electrical permits

  2. Michael says:

    Thank you, Dusty!

  3. sarahkwolfe says:

    Hey all! I know that I have not been present…we had a great two weeks in New Mexico and Colorado, although Mom has changed more with her Dementia. She is less and less present, and just more quiet. There were moments, thankfully when she seemed to have a joy in being with everyone.

    I wanted to thank you for praying for Blake, and give some good news…his tour has been shortened and he will actually be coming home in August. So thankful. He is doing well and we continue to pray for all their safety.

    Finally, I had to drop in and ask for prayers for a family from our community and from the church we first attended here. Their young son, Michael, who is 6 somehow was found unconscious in a pool during day camp. No one knows what happened, but after they had all been in the pool for about 5 minutes in the shallow end they noticed him on the bottom of the pool. He has not regained consciousness yet, and the drs are not very hopeful…prayers are greatly appreciated. Here is the story on our local news:

    http://www.wkrn.com/story/26024897/white-house-boy-nearly-drowns

  4. Michael says:

    Sarah,

    Praying, my friend…

  5. j2theperson says:

    That’s horrible, Sarah. I will pray. Keep us updated. 🙁

  6. j2theperson says:

    Our plumbing inspection went well. We didn’t have to open any walls and we just have to make a couple small changes–add a couple auto vent valves and make some minor changes to the drain under the kitchen sink. Hopefully the electrical inspection will go as smoothly.

  7. Xenia says:

    Lord, have mercy.

  8. sarahkwolfe says:

    Thank you all…J2 so glad you got some good news!

    Here is tonight’s update on Michael:

    “Today has been an incredible day. The breathing tube is out and he is breathing on his own! This is progress. There is still lots of room to go though. The support we have gotten over the last few days has been amazing. I know that he appreciates them. We have heard from people all over the world at this point. He has had some of his idols make contact with us. When he sees how many people are taking time from their day to think about him, pray for him, or send him a message he will be floored.”

  9. London says:

    Not sure if you guys are hearing about the downed Malysian passenger plane that was shot down on the Russian/Ukrainian border.
    295 people dead.
    Ukraine saying that Russia “separatists” shot it down.
    This, if true, could be very, very bad
    Making me sick to my stomach.
    Horrible for all families of those on board.

  10. j2theperson says:

    Glad he’s off the breathing tube. I really hope he pulls through and experiences minimal damage.

  11. London,
    =(

    Idiot adults with their war toys, who don’t care about anyone else!

    http://i.imgur.com/Movu4Gf.jpg

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