Reverend Rudy Cervantes & Family – San Diego, CA
During this past year we have asked you to pray for his wife
(and our dear friend) Fran with each edition of Heir-Lines. Well, just before we were going to send this newsletter to our printer we received word from Rudy that she has passed away and has gone “Home” to be her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and has received her eternal reward. They celebrated her life, service, and memory on
July 1st in San Diego. Please join us as we continue to pray for Rudy and his family as they adjust to her home going, ok? Thank you.
George & Bonnie Bratton – Little Rock, AR
I don’t know of two finer Christians than this precious couple. Jesus brought us together many, many years ago and I’m so glad that He did! Bonnie has had numerous physical issues to deal with this past year and yet she is still praising the Lord through all the discomfort and pain she’s had. And, George has been such a faithful caregiver to her and has given her such unconditional support in every way. I love these folks so very, very much and have prayed faithfully for them and will continue to do so. I know that they would appreciate your prayers as well.
Lori Bridges – Boise, ID
Many times during this past year we have requested prayer for her numerous times as she has battled cancer. A few months ago she was declared “cancer free” and her family and countless friends throughout the U.S. celebrated this wonderful news! However, our dear friends and ministry partners Acey & Carol Worthy (Lori’s Mom & Dad) informed me that the cancer has come back with a vengeance. They are now considering Hospice and once again has asked for our prayers for Lori, her husband Mark, and their family during this very difficult time. I thank you on their behalf.
Lois Johnson – Flint, MI
Again, just before this newsletter was to be sent out I received a call from Lois and her family informing me that Gene (her husband of
61 years, and my dear and longtime friend and golfing buddy) went home to be with the Lord. We rejoice that he has entered into his eternal reward but needless to say, life without him will not be the same for Lois and her family, nor for me personally. I know that they are really going to miss him and I will as well. In life, there are couples that you know where you cannot think of one and not the other. This describes Gene & Lois. Please keep her and her family in prayer as they adjust emotionally in the days ahead.