Prayers

"Pray without ceasing." - 1 Thessalonians 5:17


We believe in the power of prayer. Feel free to submit your prayer request here by emailing our church at info@shepherdlakes.org.

Please include your name, the name of the person to place on the prayer list, your relationship to them, the prayer request.  Let us know also if you'd like to be contacted by the church office, and if so, your contact information.


Requests will remain on the prayer list for one month unless otherwise requested/decided. For medical related prayers, please receive consent from the person for whom we pray before placing the person on this or any public prayer list.


Prayer List

Members

Dave Bubolz, Amanda Buckfinck, Kathy Buchfinck, Michael Guscar, Tim Hein, Mary Ellen Liker, Larry Reichle Sr., Mary Jane Richards, Roger Soderstrom, Robin Woodhull.


Family and Friends

Whisper Andrusiak, Eric Antonich, Penny Carlson, Ashton Cass, Ellie Cass, Jim Cohol, Sophie Cohol, LaVerne Curry, Della Davis, Corwin DeRocher, Peter Earley, Jim Evans, Tom Evans, Sue Guyer,  John Henry, Rick Hill, Kristyn Hutson, Nancy Hultquist, Doug Ingamells, Mary Jordan, Cherry Kolb, David Kott, Rick Kott, Bill Kroll, Emily Kroll, Craig Larson, Dawn Lay, Jacob Lay, Marvin LeBlanc, Jonn Lee, Edie Ludvik, Arch McIntosh, Barbara McKenzie, Eleanor McPherson, Drew Newell, John Oliver, Fred Overdier, Kristi Ranger, Josh Raymo, Warren Rentschler, Jenny Rewa, Jennifer Richter, Maria Rifat, Bill Roger, Kyle Russpakka, Dave Sajdak, Salem Lutheran Church, Karrie Schifko, Katie Schipper, Ann Seery, Laura Severson,  Yvonne Smith, Peter Stone, Annemarie Sturhan, Jim Suhrbier, Susan, Steven Sundberg.


Military

Mitchell Edds, Colton Hayes, Jake Hill, Daniel Kariniemi, Michael Kurtti, Zachary Rohde


Please contact the church office to have a loved one added to or deleted from the prayer list. Also, please first receive permission from the person before requesting the person be added to this public list. Thank you.


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