Pastor Robert asks for everyone to pray out of their comfort zone. Make your own personal "prayer swaddle" of thanksgiving and gratitude. Remember to see your neighbor as you see yourself and to wish and pray the same abundance for them that you do for yourself and those close to you. These are the steps to redemption.
Pastor Robert Burlingham asks that you remember to look for HOPE in all places. Look to the children because they are HOPE in the flesh. Remember to be like Ezra and look to rebuild and hope to expand the love and grace of Christ.
Pastor Robert asks that everyone remember the families that are in the path of the wildfires.
He also wishes that everyone would remember that God already knows what is on their hearts. Take a moment to rejoice in those that have shaped your walk with the Lord.
Pastor Robert asks us all to remember to count our blessings and to look at faith through the lens of abundance. Fear has us focus on scarcity and has us turn away from Hope.
Take the time to love yourself in prayer while you are lifting others.
Pastor Roberts asks that everyone continue to uplift those that are on your mind and in your heart. He also encourages everyone to take a moment and to pray for self. You are Saved by His grace. You are worthy.
Pastor Robert asks that the community reach out and uplift one another. As we head into the holiday season, understanding and patience are needed for everyone.
Please remember to whisper the names of those on your heart and on your mind in prayer.
Pastor Robert asks that everyone please lift up the names that have been placed on your hearts and to remember everyone that has been hit by these tumultuous times.
Please continue to uplift prayer for those who on your heart. Also, remember
Martha Patsy L.
Please uplift the following names in prayer:
Patty R.'s Father
Peggy R. grandson's Family
Christy S. requested for continued prayers for Meta B. She has not responded well to the chemo and has decided to stop treatment. Please pray for peace for the family.
Christy S. rejoiced that Carolyn H has come through her surgery for a brain bleed and has been able to start rehab just a week out.
Beth H. asked that Andrew H be remembered during his wait for a transplant due to chronic kidney disease.
Bill C was joyous that his family was able to come for the weekend. They all had a blast and he feels extremely thankful and blessed.
Several members of the congregation were excited to see Marion K in attendance for the service.
Alberta M. has had a set back after her surgery with respiratory issues. Once they are resolved she will be heading to rehab. Please lift prayers of healing and health for her.
Angela T says that she is blessed to have been able to get to the doctor before she had a heart attach. She was able to have 2 new stints put in and she is doing well.
This column is written with the desire to encourage prayer in the lives of Trinity's congregation, friends, and family.