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You may add your prayer request to our prayer wall using the form below. Once your prayer request is received, we will share it according to your instructions. Feel free to submit as many prayer requests as you like!
“Friends in Christ,” Tony Thompson (Gary’s Brother) has been taken to Carteret Care by Ambulance this morning (Dec.15). He has symptoms of extreme weakness. Please continue in prayer.
“Friends in Christ”, Pastor David Banks (Ruth & Gerald Moore’s son-in-law) will have a surgical procedure on his leg Monday Morning (Dec.14). The surgery will be in New Bern and will begin about 10 a.m.
Thank you for your prayers!
Chris Ro 8:26
Greetings Parkview Family, Diane Sullivan is mourning the loss of her granddaughter. She asks that we keep the family in our prayers.
“Those we have held in our arms for a little while, we hold in our hearts forever.”
Chris Ro 8:26
Prayer Need: Christmas Cards for our Afghanistan Troops
Greetings Parkview Family,
Jessie Packard just found out that Alicia Martinez needs our help . Alicia has been attending Jessie Packard’s Sunday School Class and is a friend of Delphine Ogel.
Alicia’s 25-year-old son Andrew is serving his 3rd tour in Afghanistan. She would like to collect Christmas Cards from us this Sunday morning (Nov.29) for the Afghanistan Troops and she will send these cards to them. The cards will not have to be addressed to any particular person—but will be given out at random to our Troops. Please put an encouraging message of Christmas Hope for these men & women in our Armed Forces.
Christmas Cards for our Afghanistan Troops
Gail Franks conveyed that Joyce Cooper’s brother passed away yesterday in Clinton. She was with him on Sunday because he had fallen off a ladder and broken his hip, and had surgery. The doctors think he might have developed a blood clot.
Please keep Joyce in your prayers.
“Friends in Christ”,
Our brother Jack Cox has been coughing up blood all week. Jack said that he will be going to Duke Hospital this week to be checked again for lung cancer. Jack asked to pray for “the LORD’s will be done.” Please pray for the LORD to give the Doctors the perfect diagnosis.
“Friends in Christ”, Please be in prayer for our dear sister Margie Jones. She just found out that her brother “departed this life” while working in the yard. She and Bobby are going to be with the family. We will follow up with more details as we know them . Ro 8:26
North Carolina Baptist Men’s Disaster Relief needs men and women to help near Wilmington, NC. High winds and rain have created damage in homes. Disaster response is a unique mission experience because of the sudden nature of the event, difficult conditions, and high expectations from other relief organizations and survivors. We hope you desire to serve God in this type of ministry and that you fulfill that desire through NCBM Disaster Relief.
LOCAL CONTACT: Please call Richard Harrell if you can help—Cell: 252-528-0513 Home: 726-6729
Diane Sullivan grand daughter---She is back in hospital .Bacterial infection in her line.Moved her to transplant wing today.To keep her there till she gets well enough for transplant.Please keep family in prayer. Vanessa Roach age 2 .
Jack Cox’s Father went to be with LORD! Percy Ray Cox: Visitation at Wilkerson Funeral Home--Friday night 6 to 8pm. Funeral service at Wilkerson-- Saturday at 11:00. Burial at Pinewood Cemetery. Obituary can be seen on Wilkerson Funeral Home’s web page.