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IN OUR PRAYERS THIS WEEK:
February 18, 2018
Comfort and Consolation
-For the families and friends of the 17 students and faculty who were murdered at their High School in Parkland, Florida last Wednesday. May the word of the Lord, over the course of time, bring healing to their hearts and comfort for their souls. We also pray for those who were wounded and are recovering; for all the students and staff of that high school; and for the entire Parkland community. In the midst of horrific evil may God shine his light of hope in Jesus Christ.
Thanksgiving and Blessing:
-For the birth of Lucy Jayne Knutson to Tony and Tricia (Fredricksen) Knutson on Monday, February 12. Lucy weighed 7lbs. 9ozs. She is welcomed to the family also by her brothers Charlie and William and grandparents, Buck and Becky Fredricksen. Everyone is doing well.
-For Kennedy Boettcher, infant daughter of Jade and Jenni Boettcher who was able to go home after spending time in the hospital after a premature birth. Her twin sister, Harper, remains hospitalized but is doing well and gaining weight. As of Wednesday she weighed 3lbs. 2ozs.
-For Carol Nelsen who is at home dealing with some fractures and the associated pain. Carol also has cancer and is tired and weak from all that she is going through.
-For Kevin Fritsch, Pastor and Connie’s son, who is recovering from surgery that removed his thyroid and one of his lymph nodes due to cancer. Kevin is working with the medical team to get his medicines and calcium treatments regulated. Kevin and Amanda live in Maryland.
-For Lyndon Luke who continues to deal with cancer and the side effects of treatments.
-For Lisa Vehrenkamp, daughter of Norm Vehrenkamp, who is receiving radiation treatments for breast cancer. Lisa lives in Australia.
-For Adalia Norgrant, Kathy Tordsen’s nephew’s wife, who is receiving radiation and chemotherapy for brain tumor. She lives with her family in California.
-For Angela Lewis, Janelle Fistler’s sister, who is receiving chemotherapy for cancer. Angela and her family live in Iowa.
-For Norm Schultz who is at a Care Center in Winona due to advance Alzheimer’s Disease and is receiving hospice care to provide ways to make him comfortable.
-For those with mental and emotional issues that they get the help they need.
-For all those who reside in Care Centers and those who are homebound.