Prayer connects us with God. Sharing each other's concerns strengthens our faith and reminds that we are not alone. How may we pray for you?
Praying for each other is important to us. Please call all prayer concerns to Karen Peffer (724-452-8715) our Prayer Coordinator. If Karen is unavailable, please phone Joann Castor or Jim and Esther Miller. Special thanks for your help in keeping us in touch with the concerns of our church family. Let us continue to lift one another up in a spirit of prayer. If you would like to be added to our prayer concerns e-mail list, please notify the church office.
Spoken and un-spoken prayer request can also be made by calling the church office at 724-843-0862, or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Prayer Concerns for our Church Family and Friends are published in each months Church Newsletter. Prayer concerns received after each newsletter has been published are posted on this page as they are received. Please check back often.
Tuesday, September 19th . . .
Only believe, trust His word, you'll see
His plans are now unfolding, performing perfectly
It's clear how much He loves you, look at all He's done
For all your questions, there's really only one
Is anything too hard for God?
Who's got a problem beyond His power to solve?
Are there situations He's not the Master of?
Is anything too hard for God? ~Is Anything too hard for God?
PRAISE!!! Caleb Celendar’s surgery went well and he was to come home today!! Please continue holding Caleb in your prayers.
PRAISE!!! Mary & Don Brown’s son Corey, who lives in Florida and was without electric due to the hurricane has now had his electric service restored!
Please lift Rhonda Sharp in prayer as she will have major back surgery tomorrow at the Cleveland Clinic where she will be hospitalized for 6 weeks.
Please also lift Pastor Doug and Denise in prayer as they travel south on vacation tomorrow.
"I am the LORD, the God of all mankind. Is anything too hard for me?”~ Jeremiah 32:27
We ask for prayers this day for Kathy Landis’s mom, Betty Smith, who was admitted to Butler Memorial Hospital late yesterday for symptoms of pneumonia and UTI.
“Be still, and know that I am God…” (Psalm 46:10)
Thursday, September 14th . . .
I just got an update that my grandma will need another blood transfusion, and will be spending another night at the hospital (Butler). Please keep her in your prayers. They think the blood loss may just be from the surgery, and currently don't think she's bleeding anywhere.. let's hope that's correct!
Wednesday, September 13th . . .
The Sailing Ship
by Charles Henry Brent
What is dying?
I am standing on the seashore.
A ship sails to the morning breeze and starts for the ocean.
She is an object and I stand watching her
Till at last she fades from the horizon,
And someone at my side says, “She is gone!” Gone where?
Gone from my sight, that is all;
She is just as large in the masts, hull and spars as she was when I saw her,
And just as able to bear her load of living freight to its destination.
The diminished size and total loss of sight is in me, not in her;
And just at the moment when someone at my side says, “She is gone”,
There are others who are watching her coming,
And other voices take up a glad shout,
“There she comes” – and that is dying.
Please lift Tonya Mohrbacher along with family and friends of her Uncle Sam Landers, who passed into his eternal rest yesterday.
Praise the Lord, My grandmother's (Nancy Wiser) heart valve replacement went really well yesterday. She's feeling good now. She was moved out of the ICU today, and hopes to go home tomorrow .
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!” ~ 2 Corinthians 5:17
PRAYER MINISTRY: Intentional prayer every day at 3 pm for our Bishop, The Cabinet, Our District Superintendent, Our Church, Our Pastor and Church Leaders.