There is a weekly prayer meeting on Tuesday's at 11AM.
Anyone who would like prayer or to spend time with others praying for our community and the world are welcome.
Pray Without Ceasing...
…for Carolyn White who has entered hospice care;
...for David Doherty as he deals with pneumonia and other health issues;
...for Beth and Rodger Mattson’s grandson, Oliver Gillispie (age 6) who is being treated for Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis;
...for Margaret Dawson’s family following her passing;
...for Bill Henika who is recovering from surgery;
...for Sharon Watkins and her extended family upon the death of Shirley Cromer Brown, their mother and grandmother at age 99;
...for Janice Woodard’s family as she passed away on Sunday, March 24;
...for Karen Watson’s sister and brother-in-law who has been given temporary custody of their 10-week old granddaughter and one and a half year old grandson;
...for Virginia and Dick Bethune as Dick is in full time medical care;
...for Charles Goodsell and family following the passing of Liz;
...for Ranae Lahn who is dealing with difficult health issues;
...for Larry Wright, husband of Anne Wright and father of Marcia Wright and Allison Kruckow, who is in treatment for cancer;
...for missionaries who serve God's people amid dangerous times;
Continue to be in prayer for Alfred Howery, Ted Ake, Marcia Cowley, Mark Rakes, David Doherty, Anne Grover, Joan Munford, Margaret Dawson, and Carolyn White.
A Prayer for Bangladesh (March 25, 2019)
O God of compassion and mercy, we thank you for having helped us see what you see, hear what you hear, feel what you feel, and love whom you love, in the slums, on the sidewalks, in the railway stations, in the hospital beds, and in the villages of Bangladesh. We thank you for leading us…
To Rifat, a severely malnourished 3-year-old boy with a cleft lip and palate, in a Dhaka slum;
To Fatima, a fatherless, homeless 8-year-old girl abused on the streets at night by men and boys;
To Lassel, a 9-year-old crippled boy crawling on his knees to beg on busy city sidewalks;
To Miraj, a 12-year-old boy surviving alone on the streets of Dhaka since age six;
To Jesmine, a garment factory worker since age 11, who was given in marriage at age 14;
To Bilkis, a woman struck in the face by the father of her three children;
To Ramjan Ali, a father pulling a rickshaw in the city so that his daughters can go to school in his village;
To Rony, an addict living on the street who entered and successfully completed a recovery program;
To Sokhina, a young mother who almost gave up hope after a ruptured appendix then weeks in a hospital, but who recovered and went home to her children;
To Champa, a second-grader paralyzed in her legs after chicken pox, but who recovered and was able to walk and run again;
And to the many others for whom we have prayed together during the past ten years.
Lord, we thank you for giving us this opportunity to look beyond ourselves and open our hearts, in faith, to others. For in doing so, we have glimpsed the depth of your love, the immensity of your grace, and the joy in heaven when your children turn their gaze towards you. We offer this, our Prayer for Bangladesh, in the name of Christ Jesus, the Hope and Savior of the world. Amen.
Written by Drs. Leslie and Cynthia Morgan
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Mission Co-Workers in Bangladesh
If you would like to ask your BPC family to hold you in prayer, call the church office or send information to: firstname.lastname@example.org.