Ministry Comments

Prayer Requests


Prayer Update

January 20, 2012

Update concerning Crystal Altom:

After a doctors appointment this week, Crystal found out she may have a collapsed lung. She was sent for further testing, but hasn’t gotten back the test results yet, and is suffering from bouts of chest pain. The doctors are also wanting her to consider having more surgery on her sinuses. Please pray for her healing.
Thank you,
The Altoms


Prayer Request

January 13, 2012

Please pray for Carson Fultz. He had a heart attack on January 11th. Carson had 3 stints put in his heart on the morning of Jan 12th, he was doing well and that he would be moving out of ICU and hoped to be going home Friday, Jan 13th. The family is not sure to what extent his heart was damaged but they did ask for prayers to heal the damaged part.

Prayer Update

January 10, 2012

Update concerning Harold York:

Harold has been home for 20 days. He is progressing slowly. Each day I see a little more action from him. He now can shower by himself. He has been looking forward to that. His appetite never wavered. That has always been good, as you all know. We miss everyone. His home therapy will come to an end next Thurs. the Jan. 12th. Then we will be on our own. His eyes are worse than they were before the fall. The Dr. says we just have to wait and see. The bump above the left eye is still causing some pain that spreads across the whole head. The Occipital Lodes are still not functioning. We hope that will be showing a change but only God can take care of that. Thanks to everyone for the continuing prayers.

Have a Wonderful Sabbath!!

The best remedy for those who are afraid, lonely or unhappy is
to go outside, somewhere where they can be quiet, alone
with the heavens, nature and God.

Because only then does one feel that all is as it should be and
that God wishes to see people happy, amidst the simple
beauty of nature. I firmly believe that nature brings solace
in all trouble.
                                                          – Anne Frank

Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, it empties today
of its strength.
                                                           – Corrie Ten Boom