prayer page

Recognizing that prayer is a privilege, a command, and an essential ministry in the church, the Prayer Ministry will increase the understanding of, dependence on and actual practice of prayer, and related spiritual disciplines (fasting, silence, historical prayer practices, solitude etc) amongst the worshipers at Orcas Island Community Church.


INSTRUCTIONS


  1. Click the "Share Your Prayer Request" button below.
  2. Fill out appropriate information.
  3. Select a sharing level...
    1. "Share This" will share the request on the wall along with your name.
    2. "Share This Anonymously" will share the request on the wall without your name.
    3. "DO NOT Share This" will submit the prayer request to our Prayer Team ONLY.
  4. Check the "Email Me..." box if you'd like to be notified when someone prays for your request. Don't worry, this is the only thing this email address will be used for.
  5. Click the "Submit Request" button at the bottom of the form to submit your request for approval.

After praying for a request, hit the "I Prayed For This" button!

Recognizing that prayer is a privilege, a command, and an essential ministry in the church, the Prayer Ministry will increase the understanding of, dependence on and actual practice of prayer, and related spiritual disciplines (fasting, silence, historical prayer practices, solitude etc) amongst the worshipers at Orcas Island Community Church.

prayer wall


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Update on John, George’s brother. He is getting past the dizziness. Waiting for the Gamma Knife radiation treatment to begin in the next week or so for the second brain tumor, once some meds straightened out. Diabetes numbers are much more controlled now. Once the radiation sessions are complete they will start to concentrate on treating the lung cancer with chemotherapy. John says “the Lord is doing miraculous things within my body and I know that hundreds of people are praying for me - thank you! God is great!”


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Hello Friends, George’s brother John has taken a turn for the worse today, here is an update from his wife - Update....John's being admitted to the Hospital. The Doctor came in and talked with us. He's got several things going on right now. He has Huge Blood Clot in his lungs and around his heart right now. They are trying to determine what the best route to go forward with. Because of his recent surgery......they have to be careful not to cause bleeding in his brain....which putting him on Blood thinners for the clots could do. He’s at a high risk for a Heart Attack right now. So he could be heading into Surgery tonight after his team of all his doctors decide on the best senero for him. This is the worse I have ever seen him fighting to breathe. Please keep him in your prayers 🙏 and don't stop. This is very serious at this point. And I'm fighting to keep it together. I'm here for however long I need to be......


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For my first sermon on July 28th.


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Hi Faith, the Lord is calling Ryan home. He became unresponsive shortly after midnight and a CT scan showed the brain bleed had started again and grown immensely, his brain stem and whole back of his brain are impacted and he is on life support. We are giving him comfort care and removing him from life support now and letting him go to Glory on his and God's terms. I will let you know when we are done here. Love you.


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Hi, Ryan update: we are status quo in all the areas previously discussed: speech, right side paralysis, memory. He started sleeping a lot yesterday , less today but still not as communicative as he had been. We finally figured out he is having pain in the area of his brain bleed so meds have been approved. Praises for Ryan getting phone calks from several very special friends, he recognized their voices on the phone and he was able to tell them he lived them. And 2 special friends drove all the way up from Corvallis OR to visit, Ryans face lit up when they came into the room and he reached for and held both their hands. We need serious prayer for the insurance issues, the quality of Ryans care and the quality of the rest of his life depend on it. Thank you for all the prayers so far.