Prayer Requests

1 Thessalonians 5:17 reminds us to “pray without ceasing”.  This page is to share prayer requests and praise reports. 

Please note that some people do not want their names shared.  In these instances, you will see pronouns instead of the names of the people involved.


Praise Reports (Always remember that by applying Romans 10:9 we get the greatest praise report of all – JESUS SAVES!):

Jesus is ALIVE!


Prayer Requests:

Joyce – is still recovering from her surgery.

Zack – his Mom and his Aunt Deb both had to go to the ER last week.

Judy – is meeting with the surgeon on the 11th.

Debbie – her great nephew is 8 months old and fighting enlarged lymph nodes and fever at Children’s in Birmingham.

Karla – is still recovering from Grafts vs. Hosts Disease (GVHD).

Sherrie – is on the list to receive a liver transplant (from UAB) due to nonalcoholic cirrhosis.

Jennifer C – multiple family members facing health issues.

Becky (H2H), Judy, Diane G, Sherrie, Mary, Jennifer, Debbie, Zack, Janet, Elaine, Michael and Kelli, Bro. Michael and Vicki, and others – Chronic Health Issues – These include those with physical issues as well as those suffering with PTSD, depression, anxiety, and loneliness.

Please pray for these that are fighting cancer:

  • Sherrie’s friend Christy 
  • Terrell’s Niece Allison
  • Sharon’s friends Joan, Sue, and Jane

Pray for those who have lost loved ones and are grieving:

Pray for the LOST – that they see Jesus for who He is and accept the gift of life that He provides!  

  • Aaron’s boss Michael
  • Judy’s son and daughter


Pray for the churches and ministries being faithful to the Word of God in these challenging times.

Please pray for all the unspoken requests.

Pray for Israel and the Middle East.

Pray for our country, our leaders, and those who have and are currently serving.

Please notewe update this list regularly and remove requests that we have not received updates on.  That does not mean that we no longer care, but that we have not received any updates or had communication with those who requested the need.