For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we will certainly also be united with him in a resurrection like his.
Yesterday was Friday, but Sunday is coming!
Mark Mitchum is married to Melanie Wilson who often visited this area with her family. Mark has been hospitalized due to diabetes issues and is now back at home. Pray for Mark to improve and for Melanie as she does her best to care for him. Mark and Melanie have a Christian deaf ministry in Texas.
Please continue to pray for my brother-in-law’s daughter, Melissa Eudy Parrino, as she cares for her husband Andrew who has been sick since the fall. He is now at home and Melissa, like Melanie (above), is responsible for much of his care at home. (I remember those days with David. I felt so inadequate at the time. ) Melissa works from home and has two school-age boys who have stepped up to help their parents. Pray for Andrew to improve and get back to being able to work and parent as he did before the sickness.
Avery Campbell has been diagnosed with spinal meningitis. This gives her doctors for a clearer plan of treatment. Avery is not contagious. Pray for Avery, and her parents, as she continues her treatment at North Oaks.
Mrs. Ruby Dillon is in room 4410 at North Oaks. Your prayers for her are greatly appreciated by her family and friends.
Please continue to pray for our son-in-law, Boyd, and others as they work to set up and “man” refugee relief stations for those fleeing from Ukraine and all the awful things happening there. Pray the Russians will cease the unspeakable things they are doing to the civilians there.
READ AND WRITE THE BIBLE TODAY
April 16 – Matthew 9: 35
Pray the Easter Services will be meaningful to all those in attendance at all the area churches. May adults and children learn the importance on less focus on a rabbit and more focus on the resurrection and what it means for us.
I’m glad to be back with you.