Prayer for a Friend

I just received this email from one of the Youth at Northstar Church in Panama City, FL named Robbie Hill, my wife and I are friends with their family and have known them awhile. His sister Brittany just left for Peru here is the email he sent me.

Brittany left yesterday morning for Lima Peru on another mission trip
for 2 weeks. She arrived yesterday safely and started heading toward
Ayacucho City. This morning at about 5 a.m. CNN release this….

(CNN) — An earthquake hit southern Peru early Tuesday, the U.S.
Geological Survey said.

The magnitude 6.0 quake was centered about 448 miles (721 kilometers)
southeast of the capital, Lima, and roughly 150 miles from the border
between Bolivia and Chile.

The epicenter was more than 40 miles underground.

A magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck off the coast of central Peru in
August, killing about 500 people and injuring more than 1,000 more.

This is right where Brittany is heading… Please keep her in her
prayers with you over the next couple of weeks, for one that she is
safe and for another that if she is, pray that she see’s what God is
showing her in the next couple of weeks. Praying that God works in an amazing way through her these next few weeks….

I would ask the readers of my blog and their churches to commit to pray for Brittany, her family, as well as the team who is there, and the people in this country who are affected by the quake. As you read this please take a moment to pray.

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~ by Dan Browne on July 8, 2008.

2 Responses to “Prayer for a Friend”

  1. hi, I could tell you for sure that she must be fine.
    http://www.rpp.com.pe/detalle_129840.html
    they say that there are no casualties in ayacucho. and at 5am she was for sure at ayacucho…

    lets pray for the others… who were infortunate.

    lets pray for the other people who are injured in pther cities.

  2. I do hope she is alright, the family has no communication with her at the moment so we are still praying and as you said praying for those affected by the quake.

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