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Oct. 3 – from Kimber I am asking for prayer for Landon because he has Covid and is very sick with all of the symptoms. He has had it for one week.
Sept. 24 – A very close friend of Sis. Michelle Scoggins has died. Michelle asks her church family to pray for the Barrera family, please… Thank you for praying.
Sept 16 – from Brother Bob and Sister Louise – Our Grandson Brandon is in the hospital with covid and his wife Kasey has tested positive. The small rural hospital where he is – is doing the best they can. The hospital put out a request for an ICU bed but none can be found in Kansas or any surrounding state. Also traveling mercies for our son Tim and his wife as the travel to Kansas.
Update Sept 17 – Found an ICU bed in Salina, Kansas and Brandon was transferred. Things were going OK but about 2:30 pm today we were told they had to do an emergency intubation. Brandon is in his late 20’s. Please pray for him!
Update Sept 29 – Brandon is still in the ICU and sedated. This morning the doctors removed the breathing tube and Brandon is now using the small tube at the tip of his nose. He seems to be doing a lot better but will be in the ICU for a while longer. Please continue to pray for him!
Updated Oct 4 – Brandon was brought out of sedation after 12 days on the 29th and has done very well in his recovery. He is getting to go home today! Thanks for the prayers and Praise the Lord!
Sept 13 – from Sister Libby
My dau-in-laws mom Sondra is having surgery tomorrow.
Protection & mercies for my trip to Denver for grandson’s wedding Sep 18 & then to KS.
Reminder to pray for my niece Danelle in KS who is having Thursday sep 16.
No update on Dennis the law enforcement officer in OH in Hosp w covid.
Sept. 7 – Please pray for Rachel G. and her family. They were in the earthquake that hit Acapulco last night. At last report they were all out of the apartments. They could see no cracks in the buildings, but they had no electricity and could smell gas. There had been three strong aftershocks. They were spending the night in their car. Thank you for praying
Sept. 8 heard from Rachel. They survived the night of aftershocks. The news said there were 90! They are waiting now for clearance to return to their building. Thank you for your prayers and please continue to pray for their safety…
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Viernes, 28 de Febrero del 2020 6:30 de la tarde
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