May 5, 2021

TOUCHSTONE PRAYER LIST

May 5, 2021

PRAISES

  • All those who will be helping with The Big Payback
  • A revived interest in CiViL Rocketown

PETITIONS

 

Touchstone Events, Programs & Services 

  • The Big Payback digital fundraiser on May 6 – We are aiming for a most number of individual givers prize between 11am-1pm CDT.
  • Guidance for Touchstone counseling clients
  • That God would bring the new students he wants at CiViL Rocketown
  • Students who have given up on their futures during COVID
  • Touchstone counseling clients & CiViL students
  • New Touchstone board member for late summer or fall
  • A CiViL student who is engaged in unhealthy relationship patterns
  • Funding for CiViL water bottles, T-shirts, and other CiViL items

Comfort and Healing

  • Maddie McClendon, a teen with terminal cancer
  • Jim’s sister has had a sinus/respiratory infection since before Christmas.
  • A friend who is undergoing chemo for colon cancer
  • Two friends diagnosed with breast cancer, one starting proton therapy and one having a bilateral complete mastectomy
  • Friends and TYRS clients who have lost loved ones recently
  • A friend who is hospitalized with liver problems
  • A friend struggling with mental health problems
  • A friend’s sister has un-diagnosed health issues
  • Friends fighting COVID-19 and after affects
  • For people damaged by trauma
  • Friends and clients working on alcohol recovery

Other

  • Those who suffered from tornado and flood damage this week
  • A friend who is seeking new direction in life
  • Our friends who need jobs
  • Anyone with domestic violence and mental health challenges
  • A friend’s homeless son in CA
  • Divisive misinformation that generates social media drama.
  • The flood of minors at the southern boarder.

Partner Organizations

  • Bellevue Presbyterian Church
  • The Village Chapel
  • Rocketown
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • Overton High
  • Oliver Middle
  • Hillsboro High
  • Hillwood High
  • Youth For Christ – incarcerated students

Racial Justice

  • A reduction in police shootings and justice in those cases
  • Threats to voting rights
  • Racial accountability at private schools
  • Justice for people of color
  • Repentance by oppressors and complicit bystanders
  • Positive leadership
  • Progress in anti-racism movement
  • Social media conflict over race and other justice issues.

COVID-19

  • Out of control pandemic surges in India and Brazil
  • Improved vaccine participation
  • The revival that comes from our cries to God for help, hope, mercy, and repentance.
  • Protection for all with compromised health.
  • All of those whose livelihoods are threatened by the COVID-19 economy.
  • The safety of our heroic health care workers

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