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Prayers of Praise:
Stay on the path that the Lord your God has commanded you to follow. (Deuteronomy 5:33)
Prayers for God’s Continued Guidance and Peace:
The unsaved in our community
Prayers for God to pour out His Spirit on the U.S. causing a Spiritual Awakening
East Tucson Baptist Church Family
Prayers for General Needs:
Veronica & Tito Sanchez & Family — youngest son passed away in car accident. (Pete Morganelli)
Hannay Family — Cousin had a motorcycle accident. (Felicia Thomas)
Hamblin & Molina Family— loss of brother/son to accident. (Lynda Howard)
Marie Grace — health to be restored, roof replaced, get software done in a timely fashion. (M. Grace)
Cordero Howard — In ICU due to Covid pneumonia, lungs, critical condition (Lynda Howard)
Cathleen — Lupus, kidney infection— in hospital (Becky Z.)
Amelinda & Family — Thankful for new housing (Becky Z.)
Prayers for Those with Cancer:
Sharon Fuller — pancreatic cancer (Liz Macleod)
Colleen Busboom-Green — recurrence of cancer
Sara (Satour) Langford — 28 y/o with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer (office)
Mark Macleod — cancer (S. Macleod)
Mary Ann Myrick — cancer (Hoover)
Julie Phillips — breast cancer (Ruth Avila’s daughter)
Rachel Quezada — Battling Bile Duct cancer
Darnell Strayhan — cancer and emphysema; never smoked (Becky Z.)
Mark T. — terminal brain cancer (office)
Cecelia Thomas — cancer (Thomas-daughter in law)
Missionaries Associated With ETBC:
Meg & Chris Bluto — home from Wales beginning a new church plant in Texas
Edward & Pailin Elder — SE Asia
Carl Erbe — home from Japan
Jan Turner — Returning to Mexico soon
Prayers for North American Mission Board (NAMB) Missionaries
Ryan & Tricia McCammack, Church Planter
Gospel Hope Church, Avondale Estates, GA
Pray that God will help our church to display the reconciling hope of the gospel in the midst of our divided culture. Pray that God will give us wisdom as we prepare to send out our first church plant to the Dominican Republic.
Prayers for Persecuted Church:
World Watch List #33 — Tajikistan
WHAT IS LIFE LIKE IN TAJIKISTAN?
In Tajikistan, all religious activities must be approved by the government, and it is common for churches—particularly Protestant—to be raided by authorities. Christians can be detained if they are found to have any Christian materials that aren’t government-approved. Additionally, the Tajik ethnic identity is directly tied to Islam. That is why Christians who have converted from Islam bear the brunt of persecution at the hands of the state
and from family, friends and community.
• Pray for pastors and church leaders in Tajikistan, especially those who are monitored and detained by the government.
• Pray for converts to Christianity from Islam who live in areas of Tajikistan where conversion means severe pressure.
• Pray for the government of Tajikistan, that their hearts would be softened toward Christians and other religious minorities.
Taken from 2021 World Watch List
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