Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Prayer Requests

From Twyla Tolstad (Uganda):
Please pray for healing for Phil Tolstad. Please add Phil to your prayer list. He has been admitted to a hospital (the first time in 37 years that we have been married) here in Kampala with high fever for over a week. Please pray the right decisions will be made by the Doctors!

After tests last night they have found parasites in his blood. They now have his blood pressure stabilized and the fever down. They took more blood today for cultures to find out what parasites and how he might have got them.

It will take up to 3 days to get all the results, but if he continues to feel better he may get to come home to REST until they decide what type of antibiotic to give him. That is what we are praying for, Thanks again.

From Bennie and Pat Blunt (Tonga/Samoa/American Samoa):
Please pray for the upcoming crusade in Pago Pago, American Samoa and for healing for Sister Rose, a pastor’s wife.

We are asking prayer for our upcoming Crusade here in Pago Pago, American Samoa on July 11,12, and 13. We believe that God can break the "bonds of tradition" on this island!

Bro. Scott Graham will be ministering for us, and we are praying for an awesome move of God's Spirit.

Also, one other request - one of our pastor's wife, Sis. Rose, has recently had her left leg amputated above the knee, due to diabetes. This is a very hard trial for her. We desire the prayers of all our friends for her that the Lord will give her complete healing and peace of mind and heart.

From Dan Davis (South Africa):
Please pray for the youth who were critically injured in an auto accident and for the family of the youth pastor who was killed.

Yesterday one of our churches youth groups was returning from a conference. On the way, there was an auto accident leaving the youth pastor dead and others critically injured.

Please ask for those who would to pray for this church, the injured and the family of the deceased.

From Maria Strickland (Greece):
I ask you one more time to keep us in prayer for my mother. She went through a biopsy last week. Today we found out that doctors cannot begin chemo, because the cells taken from her lung did not identify the kind of tumor she has. She must have another biopsy this week. The biopsy will be done at the same lung.

We love the Lord and he has given us Hope and Grace.

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