Prayer Needs for this week

Hello friends!

Below is a list of prayer needs and updates if you would like to join in prayer. If you have prayer needs of your own, please feel free to let me know. You can reply here or send me a message through Facebook. You are prayed for and loved, my friends.


Alice P. – enlarged liver
Anne H. – Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s
Ayesha W – She and her mom have COVID

Brian M – Health and safety for family

Conan D. – Battling COVID on ventilator – had a stroke this week as well
Darrell B. – Battling cancer and other health issues
Gary W. – Battling cancer
Garzon family – Recovering from COVID

Harold C. – Health issues
Ilene W. – Health issues

Shawn B – Awaiting results from COVID test

Teresa B – Just tested positive for COVID


Justice family – Wisdom on a home purchase

Victims of the flooding in Tennessee


Ariel M – now recovering at home from COVID

Shannon M – recovering from COVID pneumonia


Aumie D

Donna M

Frazier family

Mickie H

McManus family

Sasher Family

Troy M


Those battling or recovering from COVID

Frontline workers treating those with COVID

Those who need salvation (love/hope of God)

The Afghanistan situation

The wildfires in Western US

Those who serve our country (all first responders, government, and political parties for God’s guidance and direction to lead)

The Church (worldwide) – that we would return to the heart of the Father in word and deed.

Author: ProdigalMike

Follower of Jesus Christ. Husband of one woman. Father of four. Worshipper. God has been continually molding me into a worship leader over the last 21 years. I am on a musical journey with my family to become more like Christ. Join in!

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