Prayer Requests Multiplying in Gulf Region

By   •   September 7, 2012

A unique ministry opportunity has opened up for the Rapid Response Team chaplains, who will be able to go into Braithwaite, Louisiana on Saturday morning and minister to homeowners who are seeing the properties for the first time.

“We already know this is going to bring back a lot of emotions from Katrina,” said Al New, Rapid Response deployment manager. ”They’re going to have a lot of tears, a lot of anger, a lot of anxiety,” “So We’re asking, please pray for us Saturday morning.”

More Prayer Requests from LaPlace, La.

(“80 percent of law enforcement lost their homes”)

Comforting Victims at St. Bernard’s Parish

(“There is Hope in Jesus Christ, no matter how dark the storm looks.”)

A Pastor’s Plea for Braithwaite, La.

(“Their hearts are bleeding”)

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  1. Ronisha says:

    You are in thoughts and prayers. Please pray for us. We haven't gone to church in a while. We went last Sunday, but we're trying to find a church home where God wants us to be so we can fellowship with other believers and give worship to the Lord.

  2. Anjila says:

    Please pray for me, l go to a church wear lam facing lots of problem . lam so tired plz pray ,l don't know what to do. l just want to serve the Lord. l have just started a small cleaning business , please pray. Thanks