Christ Church Schenectady Prayer Table Report, Saturday, October 27, 2012, 9:15 – 10:35 a.m. Bob Baker and Torre Bissell on State St. and Darlene Chesnut and Mark Pasko on Albany St.
+–indicates received a wooden cross made by Dennis Adams of North Carolina
a–indicates received an anointing with Holy Water
+Eva — To have success in life.
+Jemal — Worked all day and didn’t get paid — for provision
++Jerome — For Tanya. her son was killed last night
A group of friends of Tanya’s son and children came for prayer:
Lahkee — For friends and family
Chicken — Mom
+Itie — For blessings
Joe — He said, “No one has ever prayed for me before!”
+Junior — For the parents and dead friend
+Lionel — “Struggles with son”
+a Mike — “For my family”
Mark — He asked prayer that more men (and clergymen) will be willing to go into the prisons and do ministry.
Fr. Brad — He asked prayer for Tony who came to him this week and was distraught.
+a Gerald — He confessed his sins weeping and accepted God’s forgiveness. He is moving to Catskill this coming week.
Torre — He thanked God for the ministry of Dennis Adams in North Carolina who makes the crosses. Torre just got another shipment of 400 crosses from Dennis and wished that Dennis could see the joy and tears with which people received the crosses.
+a Debra (regular) — She is still having hip pain from being struck by a car a couple of years ago. She asked prayer for Miss Mary who just had an operation and for Mr. Willie.
+Charles and +Nicale (in a rush for an appointment)
+a Sean — He asked prayer “for my daughter Cameron.”
Bob and Torre — We gave thanks for all those who support the ministry of the Schenectady City Mission.
Steve — We prayed for healing of a cold sore.
The Bus Driver — slowed, honked, and waved to us.
+Cherie and +Michelah (teen age girls) — They asked prayer for “safety.” We prayed that they would avoid situations that would put them in danger.
Two young men walked by; the first said, “No,” to receiving prayer but the second, +a Joshua (young man) — He asked prayer for “peace on earth.” We prayed that he would be a man of peace and have peace in his heart. We were really struck by his willingness to ask for prayer and resist peer pressure when his friend had first said, “No.”
Paula (regular) — There was a four generation gathering of her family in New York City this past week. It was a time of great joy, especially for the great grandmother.
+a Darcel (Paula’s cousin) — She was still grieving over the death of her companion of 41 years, Harry, last month. We prayed for the peace and comfort of the Holy Spirit.
+a Davan (young man) — “Safety”