Prayer Hotline

Why we pray

Prayer is a conversation with God that is initiated by Him.  God first comes and speaks to us through His Word and invites us to respond.  God promises to hear our prayers so we can approach Him with confidence.  “Pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.”  I Thessalonians 5: 17-18

Prayers of the week

Mon 11/20/2017 09:19 AM

Pauline Parker writes:
– Peter, the son of the former Pastor Kratz from St. Johns Lutheran church on Howell. Peter could not be woken up during the middle of the night and was taken to the hospital. He is in an induced coma but they are still looking for the issue that caused this. The doctor is going to try to raise Peter’s body temp this morning.

Mon 11/20/2017 08:00 AM

Pauline Parker writes:
My Godson Gary Groth was taken to the hospital last night. He was sitting up in bed and passed out. the doctors said he is bleeding from the tumor that is on his stomach. They are giving him blood and are waiting for the doctors to come up with a good plan to do surgery today. He has not been doing well at all. Please keep my sister Toni (his Mother) in your prayers she lost her husband several years ago. Three months before Karri passed away.

Sun 11/19/2017 12:56 PM

Sunday morning prayers:
– Glenn Dotson and his family as they mourn the death of his brother Steve.
– Don Dummer dealing with health issues.
– Roland Latch, Marlene Voss’ father dealing with health issues.
– Dick Jackson recovering from knee replacement surgery.
– June Roewer, recovering from hip surgery.
– Lillian Gollen who has been hospitalized.
– Pauline Parker’s Godson whose cancer is in many different parts of his body.
– Michael Parker dealing with kidney stones and issues with his kidneys.

Sun 11/19/2017 09:16 AM

Janine Pieper writes:
– Please add to the prayer line my cousin, Michael, who is having a second eye surgery for a retinal tear.  He’s pretty frustrated, as he just had his first surgery in July, a cataract surgery last week and now the surgery for another tear in the same eye.

Bev Buretta writes:
– Could you please put Joy Lussier back on the Prayer list?  She is still dealing with health issues and is now on the list for a possible kidney transplant.   She has been advised, as are all potential recipients, to begin her own recruitment efforts if possible, to encourage family, friends, neighbors, and others with whom she has contact to consider being tested to see if they might be donor candidates.  This, of course, is not something entered into lightly, for either her or any potential donor, and she would appreciate prayers for strength.  If you or anyone you know might be interested in more information about kidney donation, contact the Abdominal Transplant Clinic at St. Luke’s Hospital, 414-646-2550.
– Thank you and all the pray-ers!

Pauline Parker writes:
– Chet who will get the results of a third test early next week. His right arm and hand have been swollen for over a month. He doesn’t have a blood clot so now they are checking for other things.

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