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The Week of June 1, 2020

Our prayers include all Faith Lutheran Church members who work for hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, doctors’ offices and provide counseling, and are on the “front-line” of providing care and support during this pandemic. We pray for:

Dr. Darryl Anderson, Lori Ashenfelter, Nancy Bradshaw, Dr. Wendy Gajarsky, Nancy Hooper, Linda Latham, Flo Mackall, Martha Mazak, Jennene Pritt, Linda Reyes, Wendy Roddy, Dean Schmaltz, Dr. Karl Schwarze, Marsha Whitney, 


Health Concerns:

(5-4) For Libby, daughter-in-law of Faith members Bob and Dixie Whitaker, as she is being treated for brain cancer, that she and her family may be strengthened.

(5-4) For Faith member Mark Lange who is facing further treatment for cancer, that he may be strengthened and his pain relieved, and for Joyce as she provides support.

(5-4) For Mary Alice Bradshaw, mother of Faith member Nancy Bradshaw, who is facing gastric bypass surgery, that she may be strengthened, and for Nancy as she provides support.

(5-4) For Faith member Bill Pope whose health is failing and who is receiving hospice care, that he may be comforted, and for wife Shirley and daughter Deb as they provide support but are unable to visit him.

(5-4) For Faith member Gary and Phyllis Noggle, for peace-of-mind as they anticipate future medical testing. 

(5-4) For Bill Addis, who is hospitalized due to a stroke, that he may be strengthened, and for his loved ones as they provide support.

(5-6) For Ruth Norman’s step-grandson, John, who is critically ill, that he and his family may be strengthened.

(5-11) For Faith member Tim Keeler who is being treated for cancer, that he may be strengthened, and for Martha as she provides support.

(5-11) For Bob Bracey, brother of Faith member Linda Lewis, who is recovering from surgery at home, that his needs will be met.

(5-11) For Faith member Rae Welker who is being treated for cancer, that she may be strengthened, and for Wayne as he provides support.

(5-18) For Brent Noward as he faces medical tests, and decisions are made about treatment, that he and his wife Lacha may be strengthened and guided.

(5-22) For Pastor Carolyn Wagar Hier who is hospitalized due to complications following surgery for a cracked femur, that she may be strengthened, and for her husband Kurt and family as they provide support.

(5-22) For all residents of assisted living facilities or nursing homes who are unable to be visited by family and friends on whom they rely, that their needs may be met, especially Faith members Maxine, Bill, Garth and Marian, Jean, Sally, Liane, Milora (Lori), Hans and Kathy.

(5-25) For Dave Muse, Pastor Diana Thompson’s father-in-law, who is being treated for cancer, that he and his family may be strengthened.

(5-28) For Faith member Mike Herchenroeder as he recovers from shoulder surgery, that his recovery may progress smoothly.

(5-29) For Faith member Don Schreiner as he faces surgery for a broken hip, that he may be strengthened, and for Jennifer as he provides support.

(6-1) For Faith member DuWayne Hansen as he faces surgery, that he may be strengthened, and for Dottie as she provides support.


Special Prayers:

(5-4) For all who work for hospitals, medical clinics, nursing homes and doctors’ offices in this stressful time, that they may be strengthened, and remain physically, emotionally and mentally well.

(5-4) That the best possible decisions may be made by state leaders concerning re-opening businesses and bringing people together prior to the availability of a vaccine for Covid 19.


In Times of Loss:

(5-5) For the friends of Faith member Howard Reinmuth, age 90, upon his death on April 30, that they may be comforted. Howard will be laid to rest in a family plot in Minnesota.

(5-16) For Nicole Vincent and Linda Weigand, and family, upon the death of their aunt/sister-in-law Laura Yarsa, that they may be comforted.


With Thanksgiving:

(5-18) For all 2020 graduates from high school, college or graduate school, who are missing the traditional ceremonies and special events, that they may experience a sense of accomplishment and celebrate these joyful events.

(6-1) For Lauren White who served as Faith’s nursery coordinator for more than 10 years, as she relocates to Kentucky, with gratitude for her ministry to Faith’s youngest members and their families.