Prayers of Thanksgiving. For …
- Connection this morning – Thank you Virginia, Candice, Penn, Jennifer! Liz
- Secure jobs and the ability to purchase a house that my husband and I have been saving for. Olivia
- The ability to attend church with my daughter, who is so far away, yet with You. Diane
- Our nurse friend who had a scare last week and needed to be tested for COVID. Her results came back negative this week. Dave
- The health of my family and access to the safety and resources we need. Alison
- Those who continue to have steady work in this season. Shay
… let us bless the Lord. Thanks be to God.
Prayers of Petition. For …
- Spaces to be with what’s here, even when it’s difficult. Jason
- Patience to endure a longer period than many of us imagined or anticipated. J.S.
- My brother who is still recovering from COVID-19 and went to the hospital on Thursday night. He’s back out now, and doing better. For his continued healing. Joe
- Protection of those who are high-risk. Samantha
- Peace and strength as I navigate a difficult season at work. Jaimie
- All first responders who are exhausted. May they find rest.
- For those who have lost work in this season. Shay
- My friend Jason and his family as he recovers from brain surgery. Jennifer
- Showing me His provision that sustains me during what could be seen as a time of lack. Moji
- Courage to embrace the changes that will bring us into new ways of living and being. Gena
- Navigating uncertainty and changes in the weeks ahead. For a spirit of kindness and compassion to overwhelm us. Naomi
- All of us navigating a season of unemployment. Emily
- Healing of families and friends who have lost loved ones. Moji
- Understanding from clients and co-workers as we transition back into work (whenever that happens). Matthew
- Lindsay who is giving birth to twins soon. Jaimie
- A dear friend who is working as a PA with COVID-19 patients experiencing homelessness in a Chicago hotel/hospital. Lars
- The health of my brother, an ER doctor. Savannah
- Those experiencing CV19-related racism. Dave
… let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.
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