Jaclyn Maxwell Friday, June 10
Lucia Sarnataro Sunday, June 12
Jeff Greene, Jr. Wednesday, June 15
Russ & Joyce Wilbert - Monday, June 20
Immediate Prayer Concerns
Join us in Prayer
Reverend Avery Dodd
The Lee Family
Linda & Hollis Nash
Christopher Maxwell & Children
Yvette Cothran & Relatives
Zava & Jessica Chalwell
Jeff & Ann Greene & Family
Persons seeking labor certification
All who have lost Relatives & Friends to COVID-19
Esssential Workers for Prayer
Dr. George Drakes
Mary Ann Silverboard
Please pray for the doctors, nurses, pharmacists, police officers, law enforcement, firefighters, public safety, first responders, military, paramedics, emergency service operations, 911 call center workers, last responders, coroners, mortuary workers, funeral chaplains, funeral home and cemetery workers, researchers, hospital and laboratory personnel, caregivers, mental health workers, dentists, social workers, technicians, public safety personnel, emergency management personnel and emergency medical technicians, grocery store employees, truckers, teachers, and all other essential workers.
Continuing Prayer Concerns
Catie Ray Blackman
Baby Laney Elizabeth Blackman
Clifton Ashley Boynes Sr.
David Fisk, Sr.
Rev Jerome Hamm
Patricia Forbes Lammie
Mary Catherine Mull
Iva & Rohan Parry
Dr. Bryan Williams
Rev. Shirley Wright
All patients of Hospitals
World / USA
All Countries that are still being impacted by the effects of COVID-19.
Ukraine, where Russia continues its atrocities of war in that country.
People Worldwide, Victims of political unrest, Those who are bereaved, those who are in need of courage and strength, the heartbroken, homeless, mentally ill and the hopeless.
Dhaka, Bangladesh, where on Friday massive floods caused the death of at least 18 people. Millions of homes are underwater and transport links have been severed.
Vestiva Hills, Alabama, where on Thursday, June 16 a gunman fatally shot two and wounded a third person who died on Friday. Church members were attending a potluck dinner at Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church were the 71-year-old shooting suspect attended services.
Georgia, where tumultuous domestic violence is resulting in the deadly shooting of mothers and babies.
A decrease in the gun-violence plague that is evolving dangerously in our nation.
The incarcerated, frontline workers, health professionals, caregivers, a decrease in child molestation and trafficking, the military, firefighters, industry providers and police officers.
Our military, police officers, fire fighters, first responders, and their families.
Our Government and Leaders Christians all over the world.