P R A Y E R   L I S T

To submit a prayer to be added to our church prayer list (privately or publicly) please fill out the form below.


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My close friend, Jo Lee Ferguson (writer and editor for the LNJ; mother of two boys, Elijah (12) and Peter (6); husband Randy) just discovered a few days ago that her cancer (which was cured a few years ago) has come back, and is now very aggressive and very serious. She started radiation yesterday, and will start chemo along with it (once the insurance company approves). Jo Lee sent me below message today requesting prayers: "My immediate family and closest friends all now know [about her cancer diagnosis] and I wanted to ask you to please put me on all your prayer lists. I want to accept whatever God's will is, but I also want to approach Him bravely and ask that He use me to show the world His miraculous healing; but whatever His will is, to walk this journey in trust and faith. An important prayer request is for the tumor in my neck to immediately respond to radiation. My doctor has said the next week is critical. Also, especially please pray for Elijah, who is angry at God 'for giving me cancer twice.'" Thanking you in advance. I know Jo Lee will covet your prayers. In His strong name, Dorothy Horne


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Stu Ford is good friend of ours that lives in Kansas. Yesterday he suffered a small stroke. He seems to be doing well. He is still hospitalized awaiting more testing. Stu is 51 years old (so kinda young for a stroke). Please keep Stu, his wife Lisa and their son Freddie (18, freshman in college) in your prayers.


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Brian Smith - recent, challenging health concerns Everal Fesko - in assisted living Allan Nichols - safety during COVID in assisted living (has ALS) Chris and Andrea Glasgow - adjusting to life after husband/Dad's death Our church as we resume in-person worship 9/13


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Susan Loyd - Strokes


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Dylan White Olivia Desalotte

P R A Y E R   R E Q U E S T

We believe in the power of prayer. God values the time we spend talking with Him in an intimate way. He wants to know us; our desires, our fears, our troubles. Every part of life that we cannot control, he has already taken care of, but he wants us to share them with Him, like a father does.

The power of prayer doesn't stop with every individual, either. Please use the form provided to allow us to lift your prayer requests up to Him. This can be done anonymously if you should choose. Either way, we are thankful of your steadfast love for God and sharing your life with Him.