Prayer for Hilda Heindl

Hello Facebook Friends and Family,

Tomorrow is our 41st wedding anniversary, we hadn’t made any real plans for our anniversary, because of work. And now theres this. We are not complaining because although its not a getaway in some special place, the point is to be together. And that we are. Surrounded by all of you praying for us.

The Doctors and Nurses here at Saddleback Memorial Laguna Hills are so supportive. Hilda needs to gain strength and that has been the priority. The day is filled with visits from Doctors Oncologist, Breathing Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Registered Nurses, 2 hour bed rotations, blood draws, …. Shift change comes usually all new staff, some medications 2 hour bed rotations at night continue.

Hilda has a new mattress to control bed sores. I am helping keep those in check. I am learning so much.

Sorry about the no visitors, because the days are so full, and Hilda needs to actually sleep when she can.

Thank you for all your prayers, Poiema, Calvary San Juan, International friends(Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, people from the Catholic faith.

With our love, in Christ, to you all Tony and Hilda,

Pastor Gary I Kusunoki
Calvary Chapel San Juan Capistrano
31612 El Camino Real
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Office: +1(949)443-2572
Website: http://www.calvarysjc.com

Prayer Requests from the Stuebners & CC Managua, Nicaragua

Cal and Jessie Stuebner

  • Please continue to pray for Jessie’s dad. He has been in the hospital twice within the past week for blood clots. Treatment is difficult due to his myodsyplastic disorder (failure of the bone marrow to make new blood cells).
  • Please pray for Jessie’s Eschatology class discussions and plans to be governed by the Holy Spirit.
  • Please continue to pray for the Holy Spirit’s guidance for Cal as he teaches through the book of Revelation on Sundays and Ecclesiastes on Wednesdays.
  • Please, as always, pray for our health and marriage to stay strong.

Calvary Chapel Managua

  • Please pray for the young woman who runs the snack shop at our school (Marcia) to grow in her relationship with the Lord.
  • Please pray for the youth in our church to stay strong in the Lord and in their service to Him.
  • Please pray for the parents of our students, that they will support their kids’ education, and that they also will grow in their relationships with the Lord (or be saved if they aren’t already).
  • Please continue to pray for Nicaragua as there is still a dengue outbreak and political tension.

Prayer update from Veronica and Elijah in Japan

Hi Everyone,

Elijah and I wanted to give you an update since all of you have been part of our journey. We have landed in Osaka, Japan. 3 yr Visa!

Abide Calvary Church is a hidden gem! It is located in Southern Osaka also known as Japan’s kitchen. The Pastor finds ways to do outreach weekly by hosting a game night at church for the Japanese men and women to practice their English while studying the Bible. It’s really genius! Can’t wait to tell you more about it.

Please pray for us as we have applied for an apartment near the church but have not received approval yet. It’s within our budget and resides just 10 min from the church.

Blessings to you all! We will be in touch,

Verijah

Pastor Gary I KusunokiCalvary Chapel San Juan Capistrano
31612 El Camino Real
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Office: +1(949)443-2572
Website: www.calvarysjc.com

Update and Requests from Veronica & Elijah, “Verijah” Sanchez!

We want to give praise to God for allowing our Visas to be approved two days before flying out. We booked our ticket months ago without knowing exactly the time of approval.

Prayer request for traveling mercies. We are off to Japan to start our journey, 9 hours of flying. The airline restricted us with our luggage so we are down to 3 check ins and a guitar. The housing inside the church is not possible. So we have submitted another application for another apartment nearby. Pray that we get settled in quickly.

Update from Don & Marta Patten!

Thank you for praying for our time in Israel. We assisted 763 Holocaust survivors and elderly people to receive eyeglasses in 15 days of distribution.
Around 33 people prayed to follow Jesus. We are so thankful to see people more receptive to the Lord.

Pray for those who made commitments to grow in their faith.

Pray for people to read and understand the books that we gave out.

Pray for Jamie, Marta’s daughter, she flying today in an unexpected trip to Puerto Rico. Her grandma, Angela, is 93 and was just sent home from the hospital with the expectation that she will die soon.
Angela and most of that side of the family are not believers.

Marta and I are traveling to CC Morro Bay to meet the outreach group who are coming to serve in Israel in November.

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