For the suffering, medical professionals, governing authorities, those who have lost jobs, those who are underemployed, and all people amid the pandemic.
For all women who are with child and the children growing in their womb.
For those who are ill, injured, hospitalized, homebound, or recovering, especially Alison (friend of Charlotte), Audrey (mother of Lexine), Ava, Betty, Brian, Bruce (father of Jonathan), Carolyn (mother of Molly), Carol (friends of Susan & Stan), Cemantha (niece of Dan), Dan, Darrel, David, Don (grandfather of Jonathan), Don (brother of Judy), Dorothy, Elizabeth, Gloria, Gretchen, Hannah, Jackson (grandson of Scott & Cheryl), Jan (Paul’s mom), Janie, Jill, Jim & Penny (friends of Bill & Debra), John (friend of Alan & Judy), John (friend of Sharon), Judy, June, Kathy, Kenny, Kim, London (friend of Linn), Luke, Maggie, Michael, Mike (son-in-law of Judy & Mike), Natalie (friend of Joe & Nicole), Paul (nephew of Kathy), Peter, Preston (nephew of Judy), Scott, Scott (friend of Linn), Stephanie, Tammy (friend of Linn), Tibebu’s family, Valerie (wife of Jack).
For those outside the faith that the Spirit would bring them to faith, especially Ken and Michael.
For those who rejoice.
For those who mourn especially the family of Al (Luther and Sarah's father/father-in-law).
For those who serve in the military.
For our community, its civic leaders, government officials, educational institutions, and residents.
For the students, faculty, and staff of Washington University as we carry the Gospel to them.
For the students, family, and faculty of Village Lutheran Preschool that they would be strengthened in faith.
For the Church, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, our congregation, and all those who have faith in Christ.
For all missionaries, especially David and Jennifer (Dominican Republic), Tirzah (Dominican Republic), and Phillip (Francophone Africa).