Prayer Requests
Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.  Galatians 6:2  
2.25.2020
From Chaplain Jerry Blazier:  please add Margie to the prayer list. She sees a Doctor tomorrow for severe back pain.  (Margie is his wife.)
Please be in prayer for Billy & Anne Jackson.  God knows.  UPDATE:  No Cancer….Praise God!
Deb came through surgery great.  Please continue to pray for  complete healing.
Prayers for Chaplain Craft Dunaway who had back surgery last week.  Pray for the pain to go away and for a complete healing.
Prayers for Gary Bingham’s dad, E.A., who has suddenly developed sciatica nerve pain.  He is in great pain and his leg gives way which could cause him to fall.
 
2.10.2020 
From Bruce Thrift:
Peabody Harrell passed away today. Be in prayer for his family and friends.
Melinda Hattaway Thrift continues to need our prayers for answers and health.
Matt Collier goes in Tuesday for a scope and biopsy. Prayers for him and his family.
 
2.6.2020
From Chaplain David Merrill: Track Manager Greg Miller is in need of prayer. His appendix burst last month and he is home recovering. He still has a ways to go. Please keep him, his family and Keystone Raceway coveted in prayer.
 
2.3.2020

Here is the obituary for Motorsports Chaplain Mickey Reed. Please be in prayer for his family and friends as they lay his body to rest tomorrow. Also be in prayer for Chaplain Joe Sannutti as he does the funeral.
July 4, 1948 ~ January 31, 2020 (age 71)

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Obituary
Mr. William Michael Reed, known to everyone as “Mickey”, 71, of Ridgeland, passed away Friday, January 31, 2020 at his residence.

Mr. Reed was born July 4, 1948 in Walterboro and was a son of the late James Joseph Reed and Myrtle Stephens Reed. He was a fire fighter with North Charleston Fire Department and then Sea Pines Forrest Beach Fire Department. He owned and operated Natural Look Landscaping in Hilton Head and later, Safari Landscaping in Hilton Head. He later opened Mickey Motorsports, a high-performance automotive workshop. Mickey enjoyed drag racing, having won many awards, titles and competitions. He also served as the Chaplain at Carolina Dragway in Jackson. Mickey was a lay preacher, ministering in several churches.

Surviving are: his wife of 42 years, Edith Ann Linder Reed of Ridgeland;08

 

 

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