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**UPDATE 4/26/2022** Effective with the May 6, 2022 PIR 4 guests will be allowed.  Still must be fully vaccinated to attend.

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Should have thought of this earlier but I thought maybe a place where we can list family members that need prayers would be nice.  I personally believe in the power of prayer as many of you do too!

 

Our Sailors

Liz and Baby Parker - Baby Parker will be healed, strength for mom and dad

LTLY - Babies missing their dad

Elaine - Brother having heart trouble (Stents)

Sailorwife - In laws suffering with cancer and loss of employment

Mitch and his Mom - Stress fractures and set back

SR DIV 946 - pneumonia

Michael and his Mom - Michael sick and in hospital

Kolten and parents (Kayla & Aaron) - premie with a will to live

Sobe - surgery Oct 1

Officer De Kraai's family - accidental shooting

The families of four sailors and five soldiers killed in Afganistan in helocopter crash

All our military men and woman

Kim's sister - gallbladder problems and pregnant

Chris - daughter struggling with injury needs to pass run

Jane's Nephew - Brandon in Afganistan prayers for protection

JMom - Mother-in-law in ICU in Great Lakes

Sailors traveling to A school this week - safe travels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hope I haven't missed anyone!  If I did let me know and I will add it!

 

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That must be hard. Prayers coming their way.
Sondra, thank you for this - another example how we have all pulled together and supported each other in every way. This is going to be something that will never be forgotten. Praying we can keep the bond as our SRs continue on their journey God Bless you and all our N4M's families and our SR who brought us together.
One of the SR has pneumonia. He is in DIV 946 and my son said he would probably not be able to stay on task to make PIR 10-01. Please pray for him.
Mia - Is this your son or a SR in DIV 946?? Prayers are going up now!
As I read this my eyes fill with tears.... this is so moving... I can feel the care/concern from each of you..Kat Q you are so right with your comment... all of these request will be included in my prayers....hugs to all
Prayers for Mitchsmom and Mitch!!!
Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He shall give you the desires of your heart. Psalm 37:4
One of my favorite songs, and absolutley applicable to our BC experience...can you tell I love music?! It is a form of prayer for me!


just listened to it and it put tears in my eyes. definitely describes how we are all feeling :) i can't wait. today was not a good day and missed my sailor a lot :(
It is easier to give Thanks when things are going well, not so easy to remember to give Thanks when things are harder. Giving Him the Glory!
l love this!!! and I love music too...... so i can relate !
Love this song!!! Praise God

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