Thursday, June 20, 2019

Praise report

As you know, Peggy had fallen and suffered head and brain trauma with Hematoma.  Her last CT shows no evidence of any damage nor is the Hematoma showing up. Keep up the good fight.
Blessings
Pastor Jeff

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The Fellowship at Weatherford
Prayer Team

Prayer Request for Linda Morrison

Linda Morrison lost her brother on Tuesday and there are also health needs for the surviving spouse.  Please lift the family up and that they be covered with Go'd peace and comfort, and for healing.
Blessings, 
Pastor Jeff

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The Fellowship at Weatherford
Prayer Team

Prayer Request for Sandra


Please pray for Sandra, Carlus and Elaine's son's mother in law who was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer which has also spread to the liver and stomach.  She is in need of a miracle.  Also pray for the family which needs some divine intervention.
Blessings, 
Pastor Jeff
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The Fellowship at Weatherford
Prayer Team

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Gail McIntyre

Received this from Wanda Scarborough
Message: Please pray for my friend Gail McIntyre who is getting ready to have open heart surgery to replace valve and remove blockages!  Thank you.

Thank you for your devotion to prayer!
Blessings,
Pastor Jeff

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Prayer Team

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Jeni Mc Gary

Received this from Mimi
Message: I've a good friend from high school Jeni Mc Gary whose 17 year old son didn't wake up Friday morning.
An autopsy will be preformed b'c theres no obvious cause.
The McGary's are Catholic but from all I can tell are not rooted, they need prayers on many levels .
Robert is Tuesday night I'm Dallas and I'll see Jeni then.
Thank you in joining in prayers for my dear friends who desperately need God's help!    Mimi
Lets lift them up,
Blessings
Pastor Jeff
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Elizabeth Bressert update

Received this from Mimi,

Message: Here is the latest update I received about Elizabeth from her mother Anne Bressert.

Elizabeth Bressert Update
Sunday, May 19th, 6pm
After 8 days in the hospital we are going home. She vomited from admittance through day 5, and went backwards while doctors tried everything.
(For those praying about the gallbladder, the test showed the gallbladder is fine but something less major wrong which Dr.s say is not contributing to the current situation and handled at a later date.) Day 6 started eating with IV Meds, Day 7 started eating with oral meds.  Managing at home, we have a list of meds to take throughout the day. Im thanking God for the breakthrough and turn around. Praying for continued success (not vomiting) and for Elizabeth to regain strength and weight. Thank you for all your prayers!!! God is good.
Blessings,
Anne

Keep up the faith,
Pastor Jeff
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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Update on Elizabeth Bressert

Received this update for Elizabeth from Mimi Johnson:

Message: Latest update on Elizabeth Bressert from her mother Anne. Elizabeth Bressert Update. Tuesday, May 14th My last update on May 1st, I asked for prayer for a new med the Doctor wanted to try, to reach us quickly. Through a string of coincidences God put together, the med arrived on Sunday, 5th of May, much sooner than the 2 - 4 weeks we were told we would have to wait. The new med improved her overall condition by about 30% but did not turn the corner we needed for Liz to stop vomiting completely and be able to eat enough to keep from losing weight. On Saturday, May 11th at 9 PM I headed again for the Dallas hospital praying they would keep her this time, and not just give her IV fluids and meds and send her home again. They admitted her, and the chance I was praying for happened. There is a nationally recognized gastroparesis specialist Team at UT Southwestern, and they reviewed her case and took her on. Their goal is to keep working with her until they find what works. They started trying new meds right away, and my prayer is that they find a combination that works. There are several more aggressive therapies/ surgeries that are a last resort if meds can't be found. I am praying the Lord spare her from these. My words can not express my gratitude for all your prayers for my daughter Elizabeth and for my husband Tom and myself. The times of anguish and dispare of helplessly watching Liz suffer over these last few months, has been met by your prayers, and the tangible presence of God's peace being poured out. With much love and blessings to all of you. Anne

Keep up the good work!
Blessings,
Pastor Jeff
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The Fellowship at Weatherford
Prayer Team