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Tuesday, October 21, 2014 

Angelia Turner's (CAPS) sister, Brenda, who had surgery October 16th.   (Posted 10/17/2014)

Congratulations to Nathan (College of Science and Math) and Carson Ruffrage on the birth of their son, Ira, on Friday, October 10. Ira weighed 8 lbs 8 oz. (Posted 10/17/2014)

There is much lostness in our world. Pray that many will open their lives to Christ, on our campus, in our nation, and around the world. (Posted 10/17/2014)

Pray that the Lord would give wisdom to our leaders as well as other world leaders in how to deal with the ISIS threat and those who are being persecuted for their faith. There are many other areas of the world where Christians are oppressed and persecuted for their faith. While these countries may not receive the headlines, the persecution is no less real. (Posted 10/17/2014)

Pray for the Ebola crisis in Africa where so many are dealing with this outbreak. Also pray for protection from the growing threat in the United States. Pray for wisdom for our national leaders, the CDC, and the doctors and nurses who care for at risk patients. Pray that the Lord might keep the virus from mutating and becoming a greater threat.  (Posted 10/17/2014)

Pray for the upcoming elections. Seek God leadership in deciding how to cast your ballot. (Posted 10/17/2014)

Julie Styles is having an MRI on Friday, October 17th to try to determine the cause of her pain in her arm.  (Posted 10/13/2014)

Bailey Stewart’s (NGU student) father passed away Saturday, October 10th. (Posted 10/7/2014)

Caleb Riddle, NGU student, was diagnosed with cancer in the spring. He had surgery and believed that everything was fine.  The doctors have now determined that the cancer has returned to his lymph nodes. (Posted 9/30/2014)

Leslie Brown, Reference Librarian: has been diagnosed with an aneurism in her left interior carotid artery. (Posted 9/19/2014)

Jenger Southern, Gary’s (Media Center) wife, is undergoing treatment for cancer. (Posted 9/17/2014)

The NGU Well 2 Win - My prayer is that this program will increase our service and productivity for the Lord. (Posted 9/17/2014)

Andy Scott, Tawana’s (Graduate School) husband is undergoing treatment for cancer

Barbara McCormick has a bone marrow disorder.  

Cathy Sepko, Dean of the College of Humanities, blood disorder

Spiritual Awakening

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

Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. Phillippians 4:6