May 31, 2020

Community Prayers 2020.05.31

Prayers of Thanksgiving. For …

  • My new niece who was born this Friday. Lisbeth, you are loved! Helena
  • Our new house, which is a blessing in the midst of such a weird season. Kimberly
  • Elena and other graduates who are celebrating amidst separation, may they feel the joy of their accomplishments and how proud we are of you all! Jason
  • Finally being able to return to our home in Austin after 5 months away. Zach
  • Having Harmon’s beautiful songs recorded. Maria

… let us bless the Lord. Thanks be to God.

Prayers of Petition. For …

  • My husband Tony who is scheduled for a medical procedure on Wednesday to treat A-Fib and for his doctors and hospital staff. Katherine
  • Tony McDade, a black trans man who was murdered by police last week. Amy
  • An increase in work for myself and other freelancers who may be struggling. Samantha
  • The chaos going on in this country that God can restore our community. Emmanuel
  • Jessica, that she would know she is not alone in her suffering, and deeply loved by her family and God. Joe
  • Radical love and compassion to burst forth through all the pain and injustice. MaryAnn
  • Hope, peace, healing, justice, and change. Emily
  • The loss of our dog Sibby. We are starting to realize that she was insulating us from so much during this time. There is a huge void in our home and we are just struggling to get through this. Joshua
  • The stirring within, be it of pain or praise, which is a reminder that we are alive and that God is with us. Gabee
  • My wife in the Dominican Republic as she struggles to see her body in a positive light as anxiety grows and our visa application nears. Samuel
  • Closure on whose lab I will join as I pursue my PhD in genetics. Tim
  • My major cancer surgery. Prayers for my doctors, nurses and family. Amy and Jonah won’t be able to be with me in the hospital because of the pandemic. Jon
  • Those who are in pain and mourning, that the peace of Christ that surpasses understanding be with them. Morgan
  • Our previous home community of Minneapolis as they navigate incomprehensible hardships on so many levels. Mikayla
  • My cousin who is sick with Covid-like symptoms. Jessica

… let us pray to the Lord. Lord have mercy.

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