Abby, Barbara’s granddaughter, needs prayer. She has been taken to the hospital.
Please pray for her and for her family.
From Pastor Johnathan:
I got the chance to speak with Carol for a while on the phone. She sounds really good! The Lord has really been working in her life through this COVID trial. She says that you can tell everyone that she is joyfully in the hospital.
Please continue to pray for Carol’s recovery!
She is at the Clayton hospital (on Hwy. 42).
Pray for Carol. Today is her birthday, and she had to call the rescue squad to take her to the hospital. She has COVID and is severely dehydrated.
Please pray for her!
The hospital sent Percy home this afternoon. He is under orders to take it easy for at least 10 days.
He and Almetrice want to thank everyone for your prayers and calls.
Continue to pray for his recovery.
Percy is still in the ER (Wake Med does not have any available rooms). They were able to give him something for the pain last night, so he got some sleep. The spot of bleeding on his brain they had found last night had stopped, but there is another small bleed. They will monitor that and run further tests tomorrow.
He is stiff and sore, but he has passed all the cognitive tests they have run.
Please continue to pray!
Pastor Johnathan spoke with him in the ER. He is awake and able to talk. They are still trying to determine the full extent of his injuries.
Please continue to pray for him and his family as he recovers.
From Pastor Johnathan:
Skip’s surgery went really well. The doctor believes that they got everything out.
Continue to pray for good test results!
Percy was in a car wreck this morning. He is being transferred to Wake Med. We will post more when we have more information.
Please pray for Percy and Almetrice.
My surgery to remove the cancerous growth from my leg is scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday the 5th at noon. Please ask for prayers for the surgeon and me. Thank you.
Please pray for Skip and Dee, for the surgeon, and for everyone else involved!
Kelly is home, but she is hurting. This was to be expected, but it is never pleasant.
Please continue praying for her.
Kelly is out of surgery, which went well. They are just waiting for her to wake up.
Continue to pray for her and her family.
Linda’s home in Florida came through the storm with minimal damage.
Some damage to the roof and flashing and trim etc. No flooding here on our property. On the mainland there’s massive flooding. My brother lives two blocks away and the roof came off his house and they have other major issues there. Thanks for thinking of us. I know a lot of church members are praying. Love to all. God bless. No power, no Internet, but we survived. That’s what’s important.
Pray for her family, and for everyone affected by this storm.
She had her third treatment last Wednesday for three days without a problem. She has to have her treatment by a slow delivery pump that is taken home then a nurse comes and removes it from her port. Seems to be working well and Connie is saying she feels a little better.
Also, Mark says the chemo has eased the pain in Connie’s leg, and she is able to take a few steps without hurting.
Please continue to pray for them both.
Steve Feazell, Janet Chestnut’s uncle (Lilly Spencer’s brother-in-law), passed away this week after a long struggle with lung cancer. Janet and her brother Johnny will be traveling Wednesday and Thursday to attend the service.
Please pray for the family, and for safe travels for Janet and Johnny.