Please take a moment to review the following prayer requests and praise reports. 

  • Please pray for Pastor Howard & Linda Olver who are both recovering from serious (separate) car accidents.  Pray for full healing and quick recovery. Ask God for his protection for Howard, Linda and Ayanna.
  • Pray for sick relatives: Lisa Hasanalie – her father’s mobility is much better, his medications have been reduced – Lisa’s sister’s travel papers have finally come through and she can now visit their parents – Praise the Lord!; Sharon Wade Taylor – Continue to pray for Sharon’s mom Violet, specifically for healing to her lungs; Ralph Bacchus – his brother-in-law, Swaby, is recovering from a serious fall.
  • Pray for Steve and Sandy Frieswick – our community outreach partners.  Sandy is facing treatment for lymphoma.  Pray for peace and wisdom as they make choices about future treatment.
  • Pray for favour – The Sohail Family has been asked to attend a UNCHR follow-up meeting on Friday, May 19.  Pray for the Lord’s favour in granting their refugee status ASAP!  Ask God boldly to work miracles!
  • Praise God for His provision!   Several church members have secured full time work in their fields – the latest to find work is Jon Campbell! Please continue to pray for our university students who are all seeking summer employment.
  • Pray for families at Kingsview that are in need of healing, as well as those who are receiving healing through various means of support.  Also, pray for relationships to be mended and strengthened.
  • Pray for the Free Methodist Church in Canada. This weekend’s conference will include plans for future changes in our denomination.  Pray for Bishop Cliff Fletcher as he leads the National Leadership Team.  Pray for receptive hearts in pastors and delegates who attend.
  • Please continue to pray for the Holy Spirit to comfort the recently bereaved. Rev. Joseph Gillyana of the Assyrian Gospel Church, George Sackey, Tashien Willison and others have lost loved ones in the past months.  Ask the Lord to be the God of comfort to these families.