Prayer Needs

Continue earnestly in prayer, being vigilant in it with thanksgiving.  Colossians 4:1

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 

James and Christine (Health and Physical Wellness) Haltiwanger: birth of their son, Davis Spencer, born yesterday morning at 6:26 AM. Davis weighed 7 lbs 8 oz and is 19.5 inches long. (Posted 4/16/2014)

Courtney Mills (student), had gall bladder surgery this morning at 10:30. (Posted 4/16/2014)

Steve Crouse (Campus Ministries) sister, Pat Hutcherson of Graham, NC, passed away this morning at 11:40 after an extended illness involving a rare blood disorder. (Posted 4/19/2014)

Angel Covington (Registrar’s Office). She had surgery to remove some kidney stones. Her newborn son, Perry, had surgery yesterday. His situation is improved. Angel’s father (also Melissa McSweeney’s—housekeeping—father), Perry Moore, had a blood transfusion because his numbers were too low for him to take chemotherapy. They hope that the transfusion will allow him to continue the chemotherapy treatments. (Posted 4/9/2014)

Wayne Landrith’s (Vice President for Corporate and Foundation Giving and the Crusader Club) 94 year-old maternal grandfather passed away on Sunday morning. (Posted 4/8/2014)

Nancy Carter, Business Office. She had a bad fall at Christmas that led to multiples surgeries and an infection that almost took her life. Last Friday she met with the Business Office personnel and tendered her resignation due to ongoing health concerns. It is unlikely that she will have the strength to work anytime in the near future. (Posted 4/7/2014)

Kevin O’Connell (NGU graduate) as his wife, Joy, passed away Saturday morning.  They have 2 young boys.  Joy’s brother, Paul Lollis, also graduated from NGU. (Posted 4/1/2014)

Congratulations to Chris (College of Fine Arts) and Jennifer Davis on the birth of their baby, Breccan Eli Davis, their third child. Mother and baby are doing well. (Posted 4/1/2014)

Hiewon Shin’s (English Faculty) 15 year old son, Brendon, has been diagnosed with Leukemia (Updated 4/22/2014)

Andy Scott, Tawana’s (Graduate School) husband: Is undergoing 6 weeks of chemotherapy and radiation beginning this week.  He is still in a lot of pain from his last surgery. (Updated 3/18/2014)

Barbara McCormick has been diagnosed with a bone marrow disorder.  (Posted 7/11/13)

Don Ward (Trustee) has some health concerns (Posted 4/23/13)

Cathy Sepko, Dean of the College of Humanities: has a blood disorder

Spiritual Awakening

Dr. Jimmy Epting as he follows God's leadership in leading NGU

If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

2 Chronicles 7:14