“Behold, I am the LORD,
the God of all flesh.
Is there anything too hard for Me?”
Buddy Morris (Written by Ellen)
On Sunday we went to Animal Kingdom. My dad got to feeling bad so we took him to the first aid station. He had a very high fever and the nurse thought he might be dehydrated. So she sent him by ambulance to the ER. After a very long night there they determined that he has a mild case of pneumonia. He has spent today getting more fluids, iv antibiotics, and breathing treatments. They are keeping him one more night just to be cautious. Please pray that he will feel better so that he can enjoy some of the time we have left here and pray for my mom. There were no actual rooms available at the hospital so they are in a holding room. The sleeping arrangements in this holding room is quite uncomfortable and this is her second night there. It’s highly unlikely but pray that they could get an actual room.
Sarah (granddaughter of Bonnie Russell Hardy)
Sarah is Bonnie’s 20 year old granddaughter who was diagnosed with cancer when she was 10. Bonnie shares about Sarah periodically. This is her Facebook post from yesterday. Bonnie shares updates through Facebook.
Update on Sarah, my granddaughter: Tomorrow (Tuesday) Sarah goes into hospital for approximately a month. The first six days there she will be given extremely strong chemo, stronger than any she has had in the past 2 years. After that, they will re-introduce her stem cells which were harvested a week ago. She will stay in the hospital until her bone marrow regenerates to an acceptable level to be discharged from the hospital. Her attitude is great, but we are all nervous. Please continue to pray for her and send positive thoughts when you think of her. We have been moving to this point since October and finally it is here, truly for her Spring 2014 will be a new beginning.
From Susie Eads
Please remember my cousin’s wife, Anna, in your prayers. She is from the Ukraine and traveled back there to be with her Mom as she is recuperating from surgery. Her Mom is in a hospital in Crimea and Anna is there taking care of her. Anna is supposed to fly out of the airport in Crimea to come back to the U.S. on April 1 but it is concerning with all that is going on there. Right now she is ok but please pray that Russia will back off their threats and please pray for Anna and her Mom and the rest of her family and all the people of the Ukraine. And please remember my cousin, Robert, as he is here in the States and worried about her. Thank you all.
Shay was injured in a four-wheeler accident and has been in Children’s Hospital since then. She has had numerous surgeries on her arm. She will hopefully have a short break at home before facing more surgery. Please add her to your prayers.
Mike Moore of West Monroe
Many of you remember Leroy Wilson who grew up in Kentwood and Roseland. Mike is Leroy’s son-in-law and husband of Leroy’s Robin.
Please keep Mike in your prayers. We are at the ER. Mike had severe pressure in his chest, cold sweat, throwing up, and severe indigestion. We just did an EKG and waiting on results. They said that it could be anything from heart to severe bronchitis, to pneumonia. They are sure nice here at St Francis and spew are in good hands. His chest is hurting pretty bad, so they are running lots of tests.
Thanks for praying!
Our Daily Bread – “No More Prejudice”
Hymn of the Day – “Jesus Loves the Little Children”
Another verse could be written about those who are less attractive, older, not from the best homes, not products of stable environments, etc. Think about this!
Continue to pray for the people of the Ukraine and other struggling nations around the world. Pray the Good News of salvation will reach more people today all around the world.
Annie Armstrong Week of Pray for Missions in North America
Day Three - Patrick and Archalena Coats
Have a good day, despite the cold!