“Prayer should not be regarded as a duty which must be performed, but rather as a privilege to be enjoyed, a rare delight that is always revealing some new beauty.” – E.M. Bounds

 

It is the privilege of Covenant Church to connect with others through prayer … and so we invite you to submit requests below or simply join us in the journey of praying with and for one another. We are blessed by many who join us in prayer from many places around the world as well as many from our own communities. Let’s pray together in the hope of the rare delight that is always revealed in our time with God!

 
 
 
1/15 COVENANT COMMUNITY TEAM: 1 John 5:14,15 “Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. And if we know that He hears us, whatever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we have asked of Him.” What a blessing to know that God has been hearing all the prayers that we have been praying for the people in the neighborhood. What a blessing to know with assurance that we are going to have those petitions answered. Praise be to God.
 
1/14 WILSTER: I found out yesterday that on top of everything else, my mother has congestive heart failure. Please pray for her and for family unity. Kathy
 
1/14 LIMA: Please help me to humbly pray for the release of Michele’s life from the enemy; guided by the Holy Spirit. In the name of Jesus, amen. Thank You! Rob
 
1/14 BROWN: Pray for: Nettie, Ray, Bruce, Bill, and Karen. Jean
 
1/13 BROWN: Please pray for my Daughter Kim. She is having a double mastectomy on the 15th of Jan. She lives in Florida.Thank you! Sally
 
1/13 MADURA: Please keep me in prayer as I will have hernia surgery on Thursday. Thank you, Barb
 
1/13 KELLEY: For everyone to connect. Joe
 
1/13 BROWN: Pray for my water retention issue, for my sister suffering with cancer and for my friend, Mabel with sugar. Jean
 
1/10 KILGORE: I am requesting earnest intercession for supernatural and or natural intervention of this chronic autoimmune disease caused by infections, inflammation, severe and sometimes unmanageable pain and insomnia. I have done everything I am humanly capable myself and I need extraneous help. Those who know me know I truly believe in the power of prayer and standing on the promises of scripture, so I am asking you to please join me in supplication – with not only ancitipation, but believing with expectation. Let it be so. I am interceding and supplicating this same request for others each and every day. He is answering our prayers. Sincerely with confidence and boldness, Darlene
 
1/10 TESTANI: My chiropractor believes i am dealing with tendinitis in my wrist.  My hand had been giving me some trouble and i had the most intense pain the last i played my cello during sunday service. After taking a break from everything that was causing the problem for about a month to allow true healing I went tonight to see how my hand would react. Tonight it wasn’t pain that would cause tears but definitely noticeable in my thumb. The chiropractor suggested going to orthopedic doctor or even occupational therapy. I have an appointment with my family doctor to see what he says this week. Please pray for a healing or solution to help be able to function normally and not have to avoid the things that bring me joy. Gretchen
 
1/10 CORLEY: Pray for Amber and Aviana. Also keep Audrey in prayer as she has some blockages in her legs. Eric
 
1/7 STAUFFER: Praise God!  A home has been found for the Vietnamese student. Thank you for the prayers! Daneen
 
1/7 SPEARS: An update about our Grandson’s wife Amanda. There were suspicious cells in regards to cancer of the thyroid.  This is why it was wise to remove the thyroid.  The operation went well and she is in recovery.  We are thankful that there are doctors that can take care of these matters.  We thank you for your prayers.  She will experience some pain.  We appreciate our church family.  Evelyn and Jim
 
1/7 COSTELLO: Please pray for Frank’s brother Jim. He’s in UPMC Farrell hospital with breathing issues. They tried removing the breathing tube today but he was unable to breathe on his own. Cathy
 
1/7 CAMPBELL: A BIG praise to God for how well my beautiful wife has been feeling. We are continuing with the chemo treatments and she has felt good all week (almost like her old self).  Thank you God, so very much, for blessing us more than we could possibly thank you for. – Craig
 
1/7 STOCKDILL: To be granted the change to re-enlist into the military. Bradley
 
1/7 DOTY: Nathan Wolfgang, The Pinch family, Sean’s family. Rayanne
 
1/7 MCCRACKEN: Keep my sister, Karen, in prayer as she means a great deal to me.
 
1/7 PETERSON: Pray for Douglas – he has malaria; Fred – he has a sore throat, cough and ear problems; pray for me as I am getting sick again. Kathy
 
1/7 LOVEJOY: please pray to Jesus to heal my soul. Thank you, Madgalena
 
1/4 SPEARS: Our grandson’s wife Amanda is to be operated on Monday to have her thyroid removed in regards to cancer.

We pray for the doctor and also the success of this operation. Thank you for your kindness in regards to this situation. In “His Love,” Evelyn & Jim

 
1/3 COVENANT: Our sympathy is extended to Janet Adams on the death of her mother, Betty Jane Iliff. The funeral will be Saturday at 10am in Sample-O’Donnell Funeral Home.
 
1/3 HOMER: All of my grandchildren are sick. Annalise and Benny have been diagnosed with influenza type A. Poor little Benny is just 9 months old, and after improvement yesterday, he’s worse tonight. They’re waiting to hear from the doctor about taking him into emergency. Please pray for them!! Joan
 
1/3 SPEARS: Evelyn – an update on my in the office procedure today.  I didn’t experience any side affects for which I am thankful. I have five more, a week apart treatments to go.  Thank you for thinking of me with prayer.  In “His” love, Evelyn
 
1/2 STAUFFER: Please pray for an IMMEDIATE host home for a 15 year old male Vietnamese student who will attend Kennedy Catholic High School beginning on January 15. I got a call from the representative from the same agency that placed Scott with us that the host family that had planned to take this student suddenly changed their mind! Daneen