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As Americans celebrate Memorial Day, we ask God's protection for all our military men and women, especially those in combat roles, such as Afghanistan, as they provide the comfortable and safe life for those us at home. We are thankful for the sacrifices of those who died in the service of our country for those who continue their service right now.

We received a positive update about Richard's recovery issues this morning. saying he left the hospital and that resolution of some problems was headed in the right direction. Pray for his improvement.,

Our Chapel is praying for Dennis as he begins major chemotherapy treatment for extremely complicated cancer.

We pray also for Darla, in hopes she will find comfort and peace after facing difficult emotional issues.

We missed Mary and Sonny at church today. We pray that they are well.

A senseless attitude supporting the murder of police officers seems to be raging across our country. Several officers have been murdered just in November. This turmoil and lawlessness begs for God's intervention to bring strength, character, and reconciliation to our hearts nationwide.

Christians throughout the world, especially in the Middle East, are being mercilessly slaughtered for their faith. We pray that world leaders find solutions and take actions to stop the murderous extremists who conduct these attacks.  The Islamic-inspired attacks in Europe are deplorable and can only be alleviated through the Love of God. Pray for resolution.

Please help us to be mindful of the vicious attack on America on September 11, 2001, and to be wary of our adversaries from that fateful day.  We pray for the souls of the innocents who were lost on September 11, 2001.  We pray for wisdom and guidance for our national leaders and those of our allies as we combat the evil of that day.

Please pray for the on-going efforts of Young Life and Cru staff members, especially our local ones, as they work to keep our high school students focused on making wise decisions in their lives.


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