Melissa Johnson fell at work this morning and broke both shoulders. She is in North Oaks. A decision about whether or not to do surgery has not been made at this time. Keep Melissa in your prayers.
Mrs. Catherine Yarborough is in North Oaks with heart issues. She had A-fib. Additional tests indicated a clot. She will be on a blood thinner and will probably go into rehab so they can watch her medicine as well as her mobility. Pray for her and her family as they take turns caring for her.
Mr. Pat Hoosier will begin another round of treatment Tuesday.
God has blessed my dad beyond measure. His cancer has responded so well to the chemo and with God in control he is taking care of so much more for dad. He will start chemo again tomorrow, please pray that it continues to be effective and for there travels. We appreciate that you all have taken time to pray for our family. May God bless you and your family!! Thank you and we love you with all our hearts!!
Melissa H. Liberto
Amber Prine Ragan – https://www.facebook.com/AmberPrineRaganWereInThisTogether?fref=ts
Amber here: Mom and I are on our way back to MDA for my 1 month check up. I have blood work tonight to see how my body is handling the chemo. I also have an MRI tonight to make sure the rest of the tumor is behaving itself. I meet with my oncologist tomorrow morning to get the results of these test.
Thanks for all the prayers and well wishes!!!
Update on flooding in Prague and surrounding areas – Water continues to rise as rain continues to fall. Pray for the people who are affected.
My friend, Robin Wilson Moore, had made her delivery of needed supplies to Moore, OK. Bro. Stan should have made it to OK too by now. Isn’t it wonderful how God has blessed people of LA and other states and touched their hearts to share with those who have lost so much?
The young man who was killed last Monday will be brought to the Hammond airport tomorrow. His funeral service will be at Eagle Heights Church in a few days, possibly on the 10th. I’ll post information as it is available. His name was Chris Drake
VBS was wonderful. When I left, they did not have a count yet. I know I had fun and enjoyed seeing how the boys and girls absorb information and have such tender hearts. It is wonderful to listen to them as they pray. Tomorrow, we will prayerwalk. I look forward to teaching them how to do this. Lives will be changed this week! If you know of any children who are available this week, encourage them to come to the church at 8:15 tomorrow. It is not too late to register.
Camp Living Waters needs a nurse. If you can help some or through Thursday, please call 985-345-1831 as soon as possible. I know God will lay this need on the right hearts. The boys and girls at camp need a nurse!