Prayer Requests: 

  • CORRECTION: On Christmas Day we ran a prayer request that was missing some words. The omission changed the meaning of the request. I apologize for any confusion my error caused. Here is the correct request: 
  • Pray for all who are lonely this Christmas season. Ask that the light of the Christ Child will shine into their hearts and bring them comfort. Pray that those who do not know Jesus will come to a place of repentance and accept Him as their Lord and Savior. Pray that all will see that Jesus is the only hope for any of us. 
  • Please pray for marriages that are struggling. 

  • Please pray for Chris’ mom she has a blockage in her carotid artery and needs surgery. This relatively simple procedure is complicated by health issues she has with her kidneys. She knows and loves the Lord. Please pray that God’s perfect plan will be realized in her life. 

  • Pray for Edward, who has a heart for the salvation of Poland. He asks that we: “pray for the people of Poland to have freedom from dead religion to saving faith in God through Jesus Christ as the Saviour and the Lord by grace only.  Pray for the Church in the USA and Canada – Pray for repentance and cleansing of the church. Pray for my family. Ask God to stir up the hearts of my family for ministry—for me, my wife Dorothy, our daughter Ann, and our sons Peter and Daniel. Pray for God's will and wisdom for me and my family; ask God for great wisdom in school for Daniel, and for Edmund’s work situation, for Dorothy and Peter (also God's direction for his life) and Ann (God's protection over the company where she works). Pray for God's order in my work. I ask God for great wisdom at my work. Blessings and the knowledge of Jesus Christ for my bosses. Thank God for the continuation of my work. 

  •  Shannon asks that we pray for her husband’s salvation. He is really resistant. Pray for his eyes to be opened , his ears to hear and his heart to be softened.


Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us, and if we know that He hears us, we know we have the petitions that we have asked of Him. - I John 5:14-15