Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Prayer chain

Someone at the Alpine church in Longview has set up a prayer chain where you can sign up to pray at a specific time to make sure that Kanyon and Jayde are being prayed for 24 hours a day for the next few crucial days.

Here's a link to the website:

Also, they now have a prayer pager! Whenever you say a prayer for Kory, Jaymie, Jayde, or Kanyon, just page them and enter your zip code so they know how covered they are in prayer right now. The number is 903.210.0122

What great ideas! Thank you again for all your prayers.


Anonymous said...

Yay for that, praise God! I wish i could be there with y'all, but know that you have 20 people in Montevideo, Uruguay praying hard!

Love ya,


Jodi said...

When you talk to Jaymie next, tell her and Kory that at 11:10am this morning, there were 2700 people praying on ACU campus for Jayde, Kanyon, and family in chapel. Mauri said in her email... "The guy leading the prayer said such a powerful thing that 'We all agreed in the power of God to see them through and we all agreed to have faith he would...' I'm messing up the words but it was incredibly touching." Anyways, thought they would appreciate hearing that.

The Wages Family said...

Kory & Jayme,
Mom (Mona) called and told me the news. We are lifting you up to the Lord without ceasing. We can't wait for Kaleb to meet his Montana/Texan buddies. We'll be checking the blog updates often.
Alan, Rachel, and Kaleb Wages

Paige said...

I have had a restless night, it is 2:12 am right now and I thought...I think I will check this blog. I LOVE YOU WITH ALL MY HEART!

Anonymous said...

Dear Kory & Jaymie,
Your mom called and left us a message. We announced it at church last night. We are praying for all of you and the difficult days ahead.

We love you!
Steve and Mona

Blessed Assurances said...

I love you guys! I am praying for comfort and peace. God bless you guys


Chandra Perkins said...

I am a friend of Susan's from ACU. She prayed fervently for my son when he needed a liver transplant to live; I am honored to return the faithful prayers for some of her loved ones. My heart is heavy with prayers of peace for you today.

Psalm 121:1-3
I lift my eyes to the hills - where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth.

Chandra Perkins