October 20, 2021

TOUCHSTONE PRAYER LIST

October 20, 2021

PRAISES  

  • A friend turned 23 yesterday!
  • The Webers enjoyed good Fall Break trips.
  • COVID numbers are going down.
  • A friend is finished with jury duty!
  • It’s good to be back to ministry after Fall Break
  • We are having success with our counseling clients.

PETITIONS

 

Touchstone Events, Programs & Services   

  • Plans for a CiViL Service Waverly Project on 11/06
  • The formation of Hillwood CiViL groups 
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  • The Touchstone Tribute planning team and participants
  • Touchstone counseling clients
  • Guidance and favor for the Hays Foundation grant
  • Plans and staffing for CiViL school programs 
  • CiViL students who engage in unhealthy relationship patterns

 

Comfort and Healing

  • A friend’s mother is in declining health. 
  • In ICU w COVID: Jim’s high school friend Francis, and a friend’s brother-in-law
  • Several friends have parents in declining health.
  • A friend is in the ICU w COVID.
  • A friend is having major shoulder surgery on Nov 15
  • Melony’s aunt is recovering from broken pelvis.
  • Multiple friends are grieving lost loved ones.
  • A friend is battling cancer.
  • For people damaged by trauma
  • Friends working on addiction recovery

 

Other

  • Safe travels for several friends and family this weekend
  • The kidnapped missionaries in Haiti
  • Supply chain issues and the economy
  • Anger and conflict hyped by social media
  • Those suffering from recent disasters (hurricane, floods, fires, earthquakes), and war) 
  • Our aging families
  • Guidance for friends planning a building project.
  • Those with domestic violence, mental health, and other challenges

 

Partner Organizations

  • Bellevue Presbyterian Church
  • The Village Chapel
  • Rocketown
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • Overton High
  • Oliver Middle
  • Hillsboro High
  • Hillwood High
  • Nashville School of the Arts
  • Youth For Christ 

 

Racial Justice

  • The backlash against Critical Race Theory and its effect on education
  • 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 

  • Wise leadership over masking and vaccine requirements
  • Conflict over vaccine mandates
  • Protection for those w compromised immune systems
  • Threats and violence in anti-mask and anti-vaccine protests
  • Stamina and safety for all health care workers
  • A swift comeback from the COVID-19 economy
  • Plans for a CiViL Service Waverly Project on 11/06
  • The revival that could come from our cries to God for help, hope, mercy, and repentance.

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