Pray for John, he's in a hospital in Des Moines with some kind of neurological issues. He's very weak and can hardly walk. tests are pending
Thursday, August 10, 2017
The doctor has taken Larry off "chemo" because of the terrible side effects that almost took his life. As his body sheds the chemo, he's been feeling a lot better and was even able to mow the yard this week.
Larry has been in contact with other cancer centers and (so far) they all feel there's little can be done. It's a very rare form of cancer which no doctor knows much about. He had a CAT scan (yesterday?) and now has 2 spots of cancer on the lungs, which is an indication that the cancer is traveling in the body and could wind up in other organs.
Larry is on a natural product that may help, but more than anything, prayer is where his and our greatest hope lay. Larry says "Keep on praying!" And that's just what we need to do... keep the prayers a comin!
Posted by Pastor Scott at 2:30 PM
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Jilisa McIntyre broke her fibia (small calf bone) playing Tag in last week's VBS. She will have surgery soon (date not yet set)
Larry Jones is continuing to have "chemo" for cancer
Jamie Grider will have hip replacement surgery on July 11
Pray for the children who attended our VBS will grow in the Lord, and stay faithfully His, forever
Prayer for our church's finances that every need be met, that our members will faithfully and generously support the ministry of Harvest Fellowship
Pray for this Sunday's Service (and every time we meet), that the Lord would be glorified, that our members grow in the grace and knowledge of the Lord, that we each give witness to the saving grace of God, that the lost be saved and the devil defeated
Posted by Pastor Scott at 1:21 PM
Friday, June 23, 2017
Our district superintendent, Andy Petro, sends this message:
As you probably know, Timber Lakes Camp suffered extensive storm damage over the past week, with trees and tree limbs down all over the property. Randall is in great need of timely help. Someone has donated heavy equipment and their time and expertise through Sunday evening, but Randall desperately needs some additional help to take full advantage of that equipment.
Would you, or a work team from your church, be able to help between now and Sunday? Again, I can't stress enough that time is of the essence! If you can help, please let Randall know immediately.
Posted by Pastor Scott at 4:05 PM
Friday, June 16, 2017
Wednesday, June 14, 2017
Posted by Pastor Scott at 7:59 AM