Wednesday Evening Update - September 23, 2020

September 23, 2020 | 0 comments

This evening we will study "Kingdom, Power, Glory, Forever" from the Lord's Prayer in chapter 6 of the book of Matthew (Mt. 6:9-13).

This coming Sunday's message:  The Vine and the Branches - John 15:1-17

Praise for …

  • God’s peace, love and mercy
  • God being the Great Physician
  • Kole Powell’s baptism Sunday
  • The opportunity for some Wake Chapel families to go to TVR Christian Camp
  • A wonderful time honoring Marilyn McLean and Curtis Holleman recently
  • Bob & Jane Brumbeloe celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary last week
  • Tom & Glenda Lowell celebrated 65 years of marriage last week
  • Wake Chapel’s faithful pastors and church staff
  • Baby Emma came home last week

Pray for …

  • David Spivey – home-going of his mother
  • Haven Woodard – continued wisdom for doctors
  • People affected by the hurricane and the west coast wildfires
  • Policemen, firefighters and other first responders
  • Teachers
  • Debbie Everette – friend of Craig & Robin Deal now in hospice care
  • Gordon Stephenson – started new meds for pain relief; Barbara as she cares for Gordon
  • A friend of a member whose family is facing a trying time
  • Mike Marion – deteriorating eyesight and other health issues
  • Eddie Brown – deteriorating eyesight; applying for long-term disability
  • The Peavys – pray for passport services to function fully again
  • Parents who are adjusting to the transition of their child(ren) going to college

Continued Prayer List:

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

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