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A number of good tidings were reported on Sunday, the 14th. Clyde and Terry reported continuing improvement after their surgical procedures of late. Sonny was able to attend today, after having been plagued with illness over the past couple of weeks. Numbers of our members are coping health issues this coming week.

Dennis has his final follow-up scan this week; the results will show whether his treatment has been successful.

Our update on Mary finds her at Patriot's Colony. Eventually, she will be moving to Connecticut, where closer support is available. Richard has again been hospitalized in New York. Keep Sonny in your prayers as he continues a rigorous dialysis routine. Sadly, we learned that Jean has fallen, and injuries prevent her from walking. Morgan's surgery is scheduled in about two weeks. We pray for positive recovery for all our folks with health issues.

The awful school shooting in Parkland, Florida, is devastating and has affected so many families with indescribable grief. We can only pray that God will be at their sides and give them strength to persevere.

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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