Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Things can change in a matter of a minute

Hey sweet friends....

Would you please pray for my community as we have endured horrific damage from tornados last night?

Our home was spared. We did have baseball size hail, but in comparison to those that we know that have lost EVERYTHING......we are just fine.

So, please pray for this area of West TN and ask God's people to come together in such a force to help rebuild lives that are just shattered right now.

He is our refuge in times of need. I praise Him even in these storms. I thank you for your prayers and your sweet hearts for the body of Christ.



Charity said...

I so thought about you last night! I was checking on you this morning. I am glad to hear you guys are ok.

I will be praying for those who have suffered loss.

Darlene R. said...

I'm so glad that you all are okay!

I will be praying for the ones around you and praising Him for keeping you safe.

What a blessing you are!

Stephanie (Ocean Mommy) said...

Woke up with you all on my mind and said a prayer for your family this morning early!

Glad that your home is okay, but we will continue to pray for those who were hit hard....


Denise said...

I have been praying for you, and I will pray for those around you my friend.

Joanne said...


While at work last night, I saw a quick news story on the tornadoes. But since it is never an issue where I live, I didn't think much about it. Boy what a reminder that no matter what I need to keep everyone lifted up in prayer.

Praying that the Lord shows you ways to be hands and feet to these hurting people.

Blessings, Joanne

Tanja said...

Just "found" your blog a few days ago. I just love your sweet spirit and your boldness in praising the Lord. Prayers to you and those surrounding you from this fellow blogger way on the other side of Tennessee.

Lisa said...

Glad you are yours are safe...
I'm praying for those in your area and other areas who lost homes and loved ones.

Lisa :)

Linda said...

Hey Fran, I thought about you last night. I am glad you are all okay. We made it through without any damage as well but do have several friends with Kids at Union. Lots of prayers are certainly needed.

Alana said...

I'm glad you are safe! I'll be praying for your friends and community.

Please keep us posted.

Teri said...

Thank you Father that your hand was on Fran and her family. I ask now for all that lost homes and possessions, that you would move over them now with a great outpouring of love. I thank you that you hold these people and I ask that they would feel a tangible touch from you. God I also pray that you would motivate your people into service for the rebuilding of this region. You are in control, please guide your people down your path. In Jesus name, amen.

nancygrayce said...

Thank God you and your family are safe. I was watching the news and knew that some blog sisters were probably in that area. I will pray for all in that area. As Christians, we should be the ones helping others. I think we've all come to just think oh, the government will do it. We need to do the work!

Susan said...

Definitely praying for you, your community and all of those touched by this tragedy.
Glad you are safe and well.

connorcolesmom said...

I have been praying for all of you and I am so glad you and your family are ok!
It was such a devastating storm!
Let me know if there is anything we can do.
Love ya,

marina said...

Fran, I am gald you are safe and your family I will pray for your town I feel so bad for those that lost everything.
May God truly Bless them.

Thanks for posting and I will share hope to take lots of picture's and meet the guy that played Jesus with Mel Gibson,

El El said...

First of all, I am de-lurking, and I want to say I hav e really loved reading your blog for the last few months.

Secondly, I wholeheartedly send my prayers to you and your community.

jennyhope said...

praying for your community and I am so glad that you are ok!! it breaks my heart.

Bev Brandon said...

I was standing in line at the bank at 6pm tonight and saw a blurb that said 50 killed in Franklin and wondered how close you were. So I stopped by to see and whoa! That kind of hail can damage cars and heads and roofs and...oh no. Praying for you God's comfort and wisdom to know how to help so many needy. You have such a servant's heart!

BethAnne said...

We are praying for sure! I saw this on the news last night and couldnt believe the devastation. Your friend in East Tenn is praying!

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