Rayford is doing well. The primary effect of the stroke is a loss of vision in one eye. The doctors don’t know yet whether his vision might return.
Please continue praying for Rayford and his family.
Rayford has had a stroke and is waiting to be admitted at the Clayton hospital.
Please pray for him and his family.
Barbara is on her way home. She has to follow-up with her cardiologist, and she thanks everyone for their prayers on her behalf.
Barbara was taken to the ER this morning with tightness in her chest and shortness of breath. She has been admitted at Clayton.
Please pray for her and her whole family.
Due to the weather, choir practice has been cancelled for tonight.
Gina’s test results came back — no cancer!
She thanks everyone for their prayers. God is good!
Barbara Barbour’s great-grandson is home. No broken bones, but he does have a concussion. The doctors say the next three days will be the worst for him.
Barbara thanks everyone for the prayers, as his condition could have been much worse. Please continue to pray for his recovery.
Barbara Barbour’s great-grandson Justin fell off a sanitation truck and was dragged. He is in the ER getting X-rays and a CT scan.
Please pray for Justin and his family.
Judy Coats fell yesterday at Preacher Lloyd’s house, and broke four ribs. She’s at Wake Medical in Raleigh, and, hopefully, will be going home today. Please keep her in your prayers.
Now that Abby is feeling better, her brother Matthew started running a fever this afternoon.
Please pray for Matthew to recover quickly.
Nancy has been hospitalized twice recently. She is currently home, but the lady who has been helping look after her is sick, now.
Please pray for everyone involved.
Carol’s surgery went well this morning, and finished earlier than expected. She’ll stay in the hospital a night or two, but the doctors were pleased with how things went.
Please pray for a quick recovery.
Abby is on her way home from the ER. She has a sinus infection, and they’re waiting on results from other tests, but the doctors said she could go home.