Posted by: pastormatt227 | November 29, 2017

Prayer updates for Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Reminder: There is no Family Night this evening. Family Night meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, thus our next Family Night meeting will be next week on December 6.

Please keep these prayer requests in mind as you come before God in prayer today:

Update: We express our Christian Sympathies to the Versendaal Family in the passing of Arie Versendaal, who went home to be with the Lord early this morning.  We give thanks to God for Arie’s life, his faith in Christ, and that his earthly sufferings how have now been traded for heavenly glory.  Pray for God’s loving presence to surround Arie’s family in this difficult as they prepare for a funeral service. (Funeral arrangements are yet to be determined.)

Please pray for Sally Kiekintveld, Tony and Hazel Kiekintveld’s daughter-in-law, who will be enduring a back surgery on Friday, December 1. Pray for God to be with Sally and for the surgery to go well. Pray also for the Lord to grant strength and healing to Sally for her time of recovery after the surgery.

Please pray for Fred Zeeff as this week he completes the radiation for the cancer he has on his lung. Pray for God to be with Fred as he endures his final treatments and for the radiation to be effective in shrinking the tumor. Pray for God’s loving presence to be a comfort and source of strength for Fred and Edna in this time of need.

Please pray for Lee Nagelkerk as his unit deployed last week for a six-month tour in Japan. Pray for God to grant safety to Lee and his unit during their deployment. Pray also for the Lord to be with and comfort Lee’s wife and daughter, Nina and Charlotte, during his time away.

Please pray for God to be with the Expectant Mothers at Noordeloos who are reaching their due dates around Christmas time. Pray for God to be with Kari Nienhuis and Meg Luster-Bartz as they prepare to welcome their little ones into the world. Pray for God to grant them good health during these last few weeks of pregnancy, for safe deliveries, and for smooth transitions for both of these growing families.



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