November 11, 2020


NOVEMBER 11, 2020


  • A friend is up and around after broken neck.
  • Jim had a good performance on New Nashville Gospel Show.
  • Jim went on his first hike real hike since a leg injury in June.
  • A friend’s already has an offer on their deceased relative’s house.
  • A friend’s knee is better after new treatments.
  • A friend started her new job this week.
  • Today’s CiViL Service Project went well.


  • Healing and growth for Touchstone’s counseling clients
  • Touchstone Tribute Plans watch parties
  • Provision for 2020 4th Qtr finances
  • Blessing and protection to all who support Touchstone
  • Successful matriculation for 2020 CiViL Grads in their 1st college semester
  • Touchstone needs several new board members.

Comfort and Healing

  • Melony’s 86 year old father is recovering from a fractured pelvis, spine, ribs, and a UTI.
  • A friend’s dad is recovering from a heart procedure this week.
  • A friend’s nephew after his dad’s death.
  • A friend needs healing from colon surgery.
  • Comfort for those feeling the burden of pandemic, isolation, economic uncertainty, and political conflict.
  • A friend with severe back pain
  • The 11 yr old child of CiViL alum has been sexually abused and may still be in danger, due to custody issues.
  • A friend who is  dying of brain cancer – may he live his last days well.
  • Our aging parents and friends
  • A friend working on alcohol recovery
  • A friend who has had a year of losses


  • That several friends of friends come to the Lord
  • Several friends who need to find work
  • A friend needs expensive dental work and is applying for a grant to pay for it.
  • That a friend’s house would sell
  • A peaceful and just post-election certification process.
  • The restoration of a friend’s relationship with his brother 

Partner Organizations

  • Bellevue Presbyterian Church
  • The Village Chapel
  • Rocketown
  • Overton High
  • Oliver Middle
  • Hillsboro High
  • Hillwood High
  • Youth For Christ staff has regional training this week.

Racial Justice

  • Justice for people of color
  • Repentance by oppressors and complicit bystanders
  • Positive leadership
  • Progress in anti-racism movement


  • The revival that comes from our cries to God for help, hope, mercy, and repentance.
  • Protection for friends 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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