prayer requests – Tuesday, September 14


  • Please continue to pray for Ann Jones, she has been in the hospital multiple times in the last few months and is in Tacoma General at this time.
  • This came through our online Prayer Requests: I am hoping to get some help with prayer for my brother David. He is struggling with custody of his daughter. God knows his heart, God knows all, I'd just like a little extra help with prayers for him. I know the power of prayer, thank you all for everything & all your help. Thank you & God bless all. 
  • Please keep Alison Joyce in prayer. Her healing has been challenging. 
  • Update on Phyllis Tilly's family: Her niece, who has been paralyzed,  is getting some motion back in her left side and is even able to walk a little with a brace. Her son-in-law Wayne is undergoing chemo, please continue to pray for his healing. Her husband Bob is still suffering from skin cancer, please pray for healing and salvation.
  • Continued prayer needed for Dean for patience through the waiting, working with others to get details worked out in his temporary living situation, and guidance for decisions he needs to make.  
  • Please keep Rikki Hoenshelt's sons, Rick and Lyle, in prayer for salvation, as well as, employment for Lyle.
  • Sean Kane's wife, Gail, is now stable and available by appointment, as long as there is no sign of the Virus at the facility. Sean and her sisters are reading to her. Their son is doing well after breaking his leg in April.
  • Thank you for your generous prayers of salvation, safety and provision for Gabriel, Clay, Victoria & Larry, extended family of George & Vanessa Ott
  • Please pray for the many being persecuted in Afghanistan.
  • Please continue prayer for the families residing around the church.
  • Please pray for those needing employment in our neighborhoods.
  • Please remember to pray for the homeless individuals in our communities.
  • Please continue to pray for our nation and our local, state and national leaders.
  • Please pray for the doctors and nurses in our hospitals as demand continues.
  • Please remain in prayer for our many missionaries, as they share the Gospel far from home.
  • The thoughtful prayers of salvation for members belonging to families in our church are cherished.
  • Please pray we remember to be thankful for our many blessings.



  • Thank you, Lord! For answered prayers!
  • Cooler temperatures are headed our way! Hallelujah!
  • Glory! Glory! The official Elementary Sunday School class will begin this Sunday! 
  • We are blessed with warm homes as temperatures cool! All Praise to God! 
  • Honor, Praise and Glory to our Lord! He is our Hope!