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This morning, we learned that Richard has suffered a serious setback and is hospitalized. Please pray for him and the family.

Dennis begins radiation treatments on March 24. Mary has relocated to a facility in Connecticut where she can be closer to family support. We pray she will adapt to new environments comfortably. Keep Sonny in your prayers as he continues a rigorous dialysis routine. Jean is still recovering from injuries received in a fall. Morgan's surgery seems to have been an amazing success! He came home from the hospital on the same day as the surgery and was able to climb stairs that very day! We pray for quick 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.

Also in Florida, an awful accident occurred when a pedestrian bridge collapsed on automobiles, killing several people. We ask for God's strength and comfort on the affected families and friends of the fatalities and injuries.

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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