Sunday, June 27, 2010

Going to the Creek!

Tomorrow is the day! We have been praying expectantly for God to do big things this week. I tell 'ya, the enemy works hard in these times...but he will not win!
As part of the youth staff, April, is a valuable part of the ministry, but Emily has been running a fever, with no other symptoms.
Please pray that her fever will go away so April and Emily can leave with us tomorrow morning!

My sweet hubby is currently making the 2.5 hour drive to my brother and sister-in-law's to drop off three of our youngest Treasures for the week. My SIL has been keeping my littles so we/I could attend camp for 10 years now!
Please pray for stamina and safety, as Sheri keeps Kayden, Kambry and Kaeleb!

Before leaving church today, Kaeleb had an accident and gashed his head open.
Please pray the wound heals, with no infection!

Kinley Grace is going with me.
Please pray that she would rest and not feel the need to be carried around all week!
Please pray for my teen campers, Kolton and Kenzie.

And a praise is that the corn keeps coming on and we are literally days from our first cutting. For this reason, Kuyler won't be going as a sponsor but will stay home to help Dad get ready for the season.
So, please pray for Clayton, Kuyler and Kooper as they hold down the fort and plan our 4th of July gathering!

May you have a blessed week!!!


Lori said...

I will be praying, for sure!! Can you text me while you are at camp?? I need my Connie fix! :)

Jodi said...

I need my Connie fix too!
Don't you feel loved!
Connie, Lori, April, Jodi - sounds like a fun girls weekend! :)
Praying all goes well - Satan is just scaring you - God will prevail!!!

Poor Kaeleb! Hope he is okay!

Love you!
Clayton needs to let us know how things are going at home! :)

The Ferrill's said...

Praying Connie!
I know it's going to be a FRUITFUL week indeed!

Hugs to you!

Shelly said...

Oh how we miss those days at The Creek! Praying you all have an amazing week!

Jodi said...

FYI - we tried your Sausage/Pepper/Pasta Stuff - and it was a homerun!!
We added a bit of Italian Dressing, and used pasta shells rather then bow-tie pasta - cause' that's what was in the pantry! Conner was the only one who didn't care for it- but Conner doesn't eat much unless it's hot dogs, spaghetti, or pancakes - so I don't take his comments personal! :)

Another funny story - at camp in Colorado - people thought he must be growing up on a farm because he was such a hard worker! :) Isn't that hill-arr-ious!! :)

Praying for you week at the Creek!

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