Wednesday Evening Update - July 15, 2020

July 15, 2020 | by: Isaac Mooneyham | 0 comments

This evening we will study an introduction to The Lord's Prayer. If you would like to read ahead you'll find this parable in Luke 11.

This coming Sunday's message:  Do You Do Well to Be Angry? - Jonah 4:1-4
 


Praise for …

  • God’s mercy, grace and love
  • God’s Holy Word, our guidebook for living
  • The opportunity to worship in church, even at reduced capacity
  • Good participation at Summer Bible Camp
  • David McCreary received an encouraging report from medical test results


Pray for …

  • Staff and residents of Windsor Point as they are under the stress of COVID-19
  • The safety of police officers and medical workers
  • Madison Ball – infant with pneumonia at UNC Hospitals 
  • John Baines – not feeling well lately (recently visited ER at WakeMed Cary
  • Diane Springer – Lonna Lowell’s sister recovering from knee replacement surgery
  • Debbie Everette – friend of Craig & Robin Deal struggling with cancer
  • Guy Brooks – friend of Craig & Robin Deal who had a stroke
  • Carolyn Arnold’s niece’s daughter Jessie – has COVID and is struggling with headaches
  • The military at Ft. Bragg and particularly Isaac Minor, as there has been a recent COVID-19 outbreak on base
  • Meredith Taylor's mom – underwent some medical tests and is awaiting results
  • Shelia Bennett - will undergo spine surgery on 7/21 at Wake Med, Cary
  • Leslie Phipps - recovering at home from surgery


Continued Prayer List:

Rob Byron (Malcolm Byron’s dad), Emma Coleman (Tom & Glenda Lowell’s great granddaughter), Bruce Gunter III, Tracy & Mary Ree McLaurin, Marilyn McLean, Tina Peavy (James Peavy’s mother), Leslie Phipps, Jimmy Qualls, Joyce Smith, Gordon Stephenson, Rhonda Stewart (Miles & Debra Satterfield’s friend), Marsha Tucker, Jason Yardley.


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