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Prayer Requests

Week of  July 21, 2024

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  • Pray for the many unspoken prayer requests in our Church family.

  • Pray for David Miller as he leads our Youth & Children’s Ministries.

    • Pray for protection & salvation for our children & youth.

    • Pray for the inter-church youth outreach on August 24th.

    • Pray for our children and youth teachers.

  • Violet requests prayer for the Lord to provide a place for her and her animals to move to.

  • Hold Kayce Benson up in prayer as she grieves Boyd’s passing.

  • Pray for Doug and Carol McGraw as they prepare to move.

  • Wes Martin requests prayer for restored family relationships.

  • Pray for the Trust Jesus ministry as they prepare to reach out through the State Fair and other events going on in our community.

  • Pray for the pastoral search committee, & for our next pastor.  Also pray for a smooth transition between pastors.

  • Pray for the Lord’s will to be accomplished in the upcoming presidential elections.

  • Pray for the Lord to guide our elected leaders.

  • Health Concerns:

  • Jim Christie requests prayer for multiple health challenges.

  • Pray for Rick Lee’s father and mother as they deal with dementia and other health challenges.

  • Pray for Ruth Irish as she recovers from hip surgery, she is now safely home.

  • Nadine McGilvrey requests prayer for her brother-in-law, Robert, diagnosed with cancer.

  • Pray for Nikki Radtke suffering from advanced cancer.

  • Rob and Julie Henderson request prayer for their nephew, Mike Jack, continuing to suffer from stage 4 cancer and in great pain.

  • Missions Prayer Needs:

  • Pray for Centro Cristiano Cultural de Guatemala (CCCG).  

  • Pray for the Howe family in the Amazon Basin of Brazil.  

  • Pray for the Bamfords, missionaries in the Philippines working in the village of Maraqat w/ the Isnag people in Bible translation.  

  • Pray for our Frontiers missionaries, working on evangelism and discipleship in Muslim countries.  

  • FEBC is requesting prayer for Christians in Mongolia who face economic hardships due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

  • Pray for our InFaith missionaries, Larry & Vonnie Pratt as they serve the Lord through their puppet ministry.

  • Pray for Megan and Trevor James, missionaries with CRU evangelizing & discipling on the EWU campus.

  • Pray for Rachel Faust, as she is home for the summer after teaching at Immanuel Mission to the Navajo in northern Arizona.

  • Pray for the Trust Jesus evangelistic outreach ministry.

  • Pray for Christians in Laos where rural Christians face frequent harassment from local authorities..

  • Pray for the salvation of God’s people in Israel.

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Week of July 21, 2024

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That’s kind of a cool picture, the big guy looks a little cuddly, kind of cute in a funny way, doesn’t he?  And yet, the hippopotamus is considered to be one of the most dangerous animals on the African continent.  I sure wouldn’t have come to that conclusion just by looking at him.

But the thing is, this reality of concealed danger is often true in many areas of life.  Things look OK, it all seems safe, maybe even kind of attractive.  But the reality, the truth that is not immediately obvious, is that what you’re facing is deadly.

In the physical realm there’s usually a lot of information available, and we can quickly determine what’s safe and what’s not.  That doesn’t necessarily mean we’ll be wise about it, but at least we have access to the facts.

Now the situation in the spirit realms is much the same, and yet very different.  It is the same in that things may appear to be safe, often even desirable when, in fact, things are lethal.  Now, things are different in the spirit realm in that, apart from Scripture, good information can be tough to come by.

How do we navigate the spiritual dangers we all face, dangers that are motivated and guided by demonic forces that are seeking to distract, misguide, and destroy us?  Well, as I’ve already noted, we have the Scriptures as a readily available guide, if we’ll just use them.

But we have access to something else; through prayer we have direct access to the leading of the Holy Spirit, we have access to the very wisdom of God.  The catch is, you have to actually be praying.  That… well it’s entirely too easy to let that slide.  We should be aware that a failure to pray may be very dangerous.

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