Prayer Line for April 3, 2023

Prayer Line for April 3, 2023

Consequently, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word about Christ. ~ Romans 10:17

Praying for our People

Pray for Carlos Gutierrez's younger brother, Adam. He is hospitalized with a serious health issue. Adam has a young daughter.

Our condolence is extended to the family of Elvera Schmidt. She passed away Monday, April 3rd, surrounded by family.

Please pray for Darlene Flaming. She will be having a second eye surgery to fix a torn retina on Thursday, April 6th.

Please pray for Bob Hilts and Don Knaak who are training pastors and staff in Mongolia and Northern China.

Pray for Connie Fast and Delora Doerksen and their families. Their mother, Orpha Klassen, passed away. Her service will be tomorrow, April 4, at 1:30pm in the Fellowship Hall.

A Celebration of Life for Loree Jost will be Wednesday, April 5, at 10am in the Memorial Service Building at the Reedley Cemetery.

Pray for Jean Penner and family. Her mother, Erma Ratzlaff, passed away on March 5th. Her service will be Monday, April 17, at 10am in the Memorial Service Building at the Reedley Cemetery.

Missionary of the Week - Carmen Owen, serving with Multiply. From her base in Wichita, Kansas, she is serving as the Naomi House business and Ministry Liaison. She works with Siriwan and Wichian Trakunhan, the national partners in Thailand. The Naomi House is a community church and small business center serving refugee women in an unreached district of Chiang Mai, Thailand. The women at the Naomi House produce beautiful textile and leather products. Their products are sold locally and in the United States and Canada. There is a need for more sewing machines and teachers. There is also a need for a larger facility to work and worship. Pray for Siriwan and Wichian to reach and disciple new believers in their district. Also, pray for Carmen that God would provide individuals to join her virtual volunteer team to assist in the business and ministry from a distance. And that God will grow His church in are trying to reach the Issan people, which have the lowest number of Christians and Christian churches in Thailand. During their Christmas outreach events in a village, 13 children came to the Saturday Kid’s Club. Most of them came back on Sunday mornings and now their church has a Sunday morning worship service for children. Moe, an intern at the church, has taken over the responsibility for teaching the children on Sunday mornings. In February Ingrid, Moe, and two teens from their church traveled to a Women’s Retreat in Central Thailand. Five women were baptized, including Taeng, one of the teens from their church. Also, in February, Edd and Ingrid took twelve children to the Khon Kaen Zoo, a two hour drive from their residence. It was a time to build relationships with the children and to teach them about the wonders of God’s creative ability. Pray for more follow-up visits from their outreach activities. They thank your for your support and prayers.

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Thank you for your faithful prayers.

Todays Schedule:
Staff Meeting at 9am
Prayer Meeting at noon
Men's Chorus Rehearsal at 7pm
Forged at 7pm