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Welcome to the FBCH Virtual Prayer Wall

This is the place to connect with God and others as we join in praying for the needs of our FBCH’ville family, community and world. Simply fill out the form below to post a prayer need of your own, or that of someone else. Our dedicated team of prayer warriors are standing by to bring your requests before God daily.

You may also seek God for others’ needs by reviewing the requests already posted and using these as a prayer list. When you click on the “I Prayed For This” button at the top of each request, you encourage someone else that you are praying for them.

Included here, as well, are links to prayer helps and information about prayer gatherings to enhance your prayer life and keep the prayer ministry of the church going and growing.

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Click the 'Share your prayer request' button below and fill out the form to submit your prayer request.
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Beverly Pittman

March 23 I have been to Mayo for my appointment and they tell me my cancer is Stage 3 and aggressive. They have a study that I can participate in that can extend the remission period after the transplant. I will be taking injections for 8 weeks before the transplant. This could start in May. Pray all the tests make me a candidate for the transplant and injections.

Jan. 13 Beverly Pittman who worked at FBCH in our Business office retired and moved to Florida over a year ago has been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma. She begins injection treatments tomorrow. She says she’s feeling fine but expects that to change with treatments. Her doctor said it is not in her bones so that is good news. Please remember her and Steve in your prayers.

Multiple Myeloma is a cancer of plasma cells. The plasma cells are a type of white blood cell in the bone marrow. With this condition, a group of plasma cells becomes cancerous and multiplies. The disease can damage the bones, immune system, kidneys, and red blood cell count. Symptoms may not be present or may be non-specific, such as loss of appetite, bone pain, and fever. Treatments include medications, chemotherapy, corticosteroids, radiation, or a stem-cell transplant.

Received: March 23, 2021

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