“I wait expectantly,
trusting God to help,
for he has promised.”
~Psalm 130:5 (TLB)~
Mrs, Joyce Harrington, mother of Dr.Rhonda Kelley (Think NOBTS), has been moved from her extended living facility in New Orleans to the hospital and was diagnosed with Covid-19. She is not doing well. Please pray for her and for her family.
Charlotte, Danielle Thornton’s infant niece, had her surgery in New Orleans yesterday. All went well. Please continue to pray for Charlotte and her family.
Jacob Martello‘s oral surgery went well yesterday. Pray for him and his caregivers as he recovers. Pray he doesn’t need a possible second surgery.
Ryan “Rufus” Williams was improving from his pneumonia. His family was thankful to be able to Facetime him. Pray for continued improvement.
Robin Alford had another surgery on her ankle yesterday. It went well. Now, Robin only has ten more weeks of not being able to put any weight on her foot. Keep her in your prayers. Thankfully, she is still able to do work from home.
Josiah Huckaby got to go home from the hospital yesterday. Can you imagine the smiles on Job’s and KK’s faces? Please continue to pray for this sweet family.
Gary Faller, a distant cousin, is improving from having pneumonia, but fell yesterday and broke his hip. He has no family near him, so he needs extra prayers.
Wulfgar Tannis Saizan
November 24, 2001 – March 22, 2020
“When you stand by the Gate of Death and you have to tear free, I shall follow you across the Resounding Bridge with my song. You will be free from the bonds that bind you.”
On March 22, 2020, Wulfgar Tannis Saizan’s life came to an abrupt end in the same wails for which it began, on November 24, 2001. A strong young man with a passionate and generous heart. He will be dearly missed here. Our comfort is found in that now he resides in the loving arms of those whom preceded him in death. Beloved Grandmother, Johnnie Saizan Jenkins and Grandfather, Herman Eicke. We will weep, but our merciful Father has granted him freedom from the bonds that Earth provides. There is only hunting, fishing, and the super heroes he so greatly admired now. He is loved. Survived by father, Frank Saizan, and mother, Peggy Saizan with grandmother, Peggy Eicke; Wulfgar was the most precious ‘big’ little brother to sisters Carla, Samantha, and Elizabeth could ask for. He leaves behind a host of family, such as an uncle, aunts, cousins, niece and nephew. They will all surely miss his infectious laughter and hugs as if given by the oak trees themselves. Services to be held privately in Kentwood, Louisiana. Love, Dad.
Make your plans today to check on some friends/neighbors/family via phone today and to WATCH some church services tomorrow that are live-streamed. Be thankful for today’s situation. It could be so much worse!
Read the Bible in 2020 = March 28
- Deuteronomy 9:1-10:22
- Luke 8:4-21
- Psalm 69:19-36
- Proverbs 12:2-3
Stay home except to get groceries and medicine (and possibly a short ride when you do not stop and get out of your vehicle. You can enjoy some of the beautiful spring flowers God has provided for us to enjoy).