Update from Kezia...
Thank you for praying! The charge nurse sent for a colleague to try to get a vein for Sophia's new lV site. We were warned that if they didn't succeed this time that tomorrow they would be putting in a central line. The colleague arrived and with minimal prodding she succeeded on the first stick. Thank you Jesus!
This is the latest report from Stephen and Kezia Mills:
PLEASE help us pray for Sophia. Her IV site is needing to be done again. I think this is the 4th time. They are having a very difficult time trying to find a vein. They have tried 6 times today an are now talking about putting the IV in her neck. It is just tearing us up to see her going through so much pain. Kezia said he little arms are very swollen. We know this is not too big of a problem for God. Thank for all of those that have been praying. - Stephen
Let us keep them in our prayers.
Sophia Mills is in the hospital with an infection. The Dr. feels by tomorrow she should be much better once the IV antibiotic takes effect. Please hold her up in prayer and also her parents. This is very difficult for them as well. God does hear and answer prayer and we are trusting Him.
Please continue to pray for the Majors in Brushton. Bro. Major says that she is feeling better today than in a long time. They seem to have adjusted her medicine to help with the A-Fib heart condition. For the next four months she will have chemotherapy treatments twice a week on Tuesday and Friday. These treatments will start next Tuesday. Please continue to hold Sis. Major up in prayer.
Please continue to pray for the Hock family in Northville. Bro. Hock continues to be in Carlisle, PA visiting with his mother in the Hospital. A couple days ago Bro. Hock said there miraculously seemed to be a slight improvement in his mom's condition. He also mentioned that she has a long, long, way to go. The family continues to trust God for His will in all of this. Please be faithful in taking the Hock family before the throne.
Please continue to pray for the Lambeth family with the passing of Rev. Jerry Lambeth in these difficult days of adjustment.
Please continue to remember the Edna Wood family from our Kingston, Ontario Church
A special prayer request from Twin Rocks and Rev. Asa Sherman: Debbie Plows passed away on Monday night. She attended the Twin Rocks Church for several years. As far as Bro. Sherman knows she was ready to meet the Lord. Bro. Sherman is to have her funeral on Saturday. Pray for the Shermans as they minister to the family this weekend.
Thanks for taking these request to our heavenly father. Every prayer counts!!!
Sis. Edna Wood passed away. She was a long standing member of the Kingston, Ontario Pilgrim Holiness Church. She is now enjoying her eternal reward, the very reason for which she lived. Another saint has made the landing!! Heavens choir has just recieved one new member! A message from Pastor Sean English, "I did not know her very well, but called on her several times in the nursing home where she was. She did not know who most people were, but she always would light up when we spoke of Jesus."
Let us all purpose more than ever to make it to the eternal city, The New Jerusalem, the city where they need no sun!!!
Let us be faithful in lifting the family to the throne of grace in these difficult days. May the God of all comfort console the hearts of the family at this time. May they experience God's sustaining Grace. To the family of Sis. Wood: On behalf of the Pilgrim Holiness Church Of NY, Inc., your conference family, I want to convey to you our deepest sympathy, our heartfelt love, and our earnest prayers!
The funeral arrangements are as follows: "The family will receive friends at the Wartman Funeral Home - Napanee Chapel on Thursday, February 7, 2019 from 12:00 - 1:00 pm. Funeral Service to follow in the Chapel at 1: 00 pm. Interment Riverview Cemetery at a later date.
Please click on the link below to view the obituary and send condolences.
|2/5||J Brewer||Pray that the eyes of NY people and churches will be quickened to support the values of LIFE in our state. Legislator's Day is March 19th in Albany|
Prayer is requested for the Hock family. Rev. Merle Hock (our pastor in Northville) called yesterday afternoon and informed us that his mom was taken to the hospital. She is in icu in the hospital in Carlisle, PA and in very serious condition. Bro. Hock said himself that it doesn't look good.
The Hock family has traveled to PA to be with their mom and grandma.
Please pray for Bro. Hock's mom and the Hock family at this time.
Pray that God will give sustaining grace and strength to whatever may lie ahead.
Please click on the link below to view the obituary, send a tribute, and give condolences.
Let us continue to hold the family up in prayer!
The Funeral arrangements for Rev. Jerry Lambeth is the following:
Viewing: Tuesday February 5, 4 pm - 8 pm
Funeral: Wednesday February 6, 11 am
All viewings and services will be at the Pierrepont Manor Pilgrim Holiness Church http://pilgrimholinesschurch.org/pierrpont.htm
Please click on the link below to view the obituary, send a card, or write condolences for the family to see.
Let us continue to hold the family up in prayer.
After the funeral there will be a gathering for all family and friends at the Fire Hall in Ellisburg, NY. The address is 11901 NY-193, Ellisburg, NY 13636
As time as elapsed some have inquired of helping out with food etc. for this planned gathering....
If anyone is interested in helping out and contributing towards the food supply for this gathering you are more than welcomed to. It is suggested that you would make your donation in monetary form. It is felt that it would be easier on the family if it would be done this way. If you are wanting to help out you could just give your donation to the family. Just indicate that your donation is in lieu of food for the gathering. You can give your donations in person at the viewing/funeral or you can send donations to:
Elaine Blowers is in charge of the food supply for this time of fellowship together. She will be getting this all together. Desserts are welcome to be brought to the Fire Hall at the appropriate time. If you are bringing desserts Please contact Elaine Blowers 585-526-6154 and leave a message on her voicemail and let her know what you are bringing.
God Bless all of you for your prayers, support, and giving!
It was just this afternoon that Rev. Jerry Lambeth went home to be with Jesus! A beloved husband, father, and grandfather. A genuine Minister of the Gospel, a true Soldier of the Cross, and a dear friend to all. He was loved by all and will be missed by all.
The words of his last email to me just this morning at 4:50 am were, " Thanks! Stay warm! God bless! "
Let us hold Sis. Joyce and all the children and grandchildren close to God's throne in the coming days. To the Lambeth family: There are difficult days ahead. May God wrap his loving arms around you and hold you close to his heart. God wants to show himself strong on your behalf. May His sustaining grace uphold you and strengthen you during your season of grief. May each one of you find the words of the psalmist a fresh reality, "God is our refuge and strength , a very present help in trouble. " On behalf of the Pilgrim Holiness Church of NY, Inc and the Conference family, we pledge to the Lambeth family our unconditional love, our deepest sympathy, and our earnest prayers!
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Prayer is requested for the Babcock family. Wayne Babcock passed away this morning at his apartment in Amsterdam, NY. Please remember the family in prayer at this time. Wayne is the son of the late Rev. Warren Babcock. Sis. Wanda Babcock, Wayne's mother, resides in Amsterdam. May God's Spirit comfort, strengthen, and keep the Babcock family during these difficult days. May the God of all Grace sustain Sis. Wanda Babcock and the rest of the family in their time of grief. On behalf of the Pilgrim Holiness Church of NY Inc., we pledge to the family our unconditional love, our deepest sympathy, and our earnest prayers!
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On Saturday January 19, 2019 Charles Elias Warner Jr. passed away at home surrounded by his family. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Sickler (Beverly) pastored churches (Port Leyden, Glen Iron) in our conference for over 40 years. Charles is Sis. Beverly Sickler's father. Charles is also an uncle to Rev. Gordon Warner, Jr. Charles was an active member in the Pilgrim Holiness Church for many years; serving as Sunday school teacher and superintendent, youth leader, and secretary. Please click on the link below to view the obituary, send condolences, or send flowers.
Funeral Services will be held at the Osterhoudt-Madden Funeral Home 69-71 Maple Street Harpursville, NY on Thurs. at 3 p.m. Rev. Gordon Warner Jr. will officiate. Burial will be in Knox Cemetery, Ouaquaga in the spring. The family will receive friends at the Osterhoudt-Madden Funeral Home on Thurs. from 1 to 3 p.m. prior to service. Online condolences may be made at: www.omaddenfh.com.
May God Bless the memory of Bro. Charles Warner! May God's Grace and Love surround the family at this time. From all of our churches across the New York Conference we extend our deepest sympathy, love, and prayers to the Warner family!
Today and tomorrow the Brazil churches are holding their annual Youth Camp. Please pray earnestly, for these 2 days, that the Lord will meet with them and minister to the hearts of the young people there. The Millses have brought 2 boys from the new work to the Youth Camp. This is very exciting for them.
The Conference Youth Convention is this coming weekend, Jan. 18-20. Please pray for it as well. We need His help and presence in a very special way and we covet your prayers.
Thank you for praying for the church of tomorrow.
Last Modified 2/9/19