Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Prayers

I've never done this on the blog before, but we could really use your prayers this week. There are a couple of decisions coming down the pipe that need God all over them. I can't go into details right now, but the next few days could be extremely important.

Thanks.

7 comments:

Bryan said...

Praying for you here in Havelock, NC, Chris. God bless you guys.

Dave Davis said...

Chris -- I have been praying for you since you began this journey and I will continue to do so.

Dave
River Pointe Church

Anonymous said...

Found this through Chris Sligh's blog.I am not a Christian,however if I lived in your state,I'd be sitting in your church today.Attended church as a child. Since then, have sampled different ones as an adult. None gave me comfort nor made me feel comfortable.
Your church and you sound like what I had been hoping existed. Somewhere. Good to know'church going' can be casual,supportive and relevant. Wishing you joy.
Victoria

Chris Surratt said...

Hey Victoria - thanks for the comments about our church! It is a very special place. I would love to see if I could find a church near you that is like Seacoast. I have a lot of friends that have churches all over the nation. You can email me at chrissurratt@seacoast.org.

Chris

Anonymous said...

Chris, thank you for your quick response and generous offer. To search, you would actually have to extend across a border. Currently, I am living in Canada, on Vancouver Island. Victoria, British Columbia. A different country, on a seacoast.
Victoria

Chris Surratt said...

Victoria - I will do my best to find one!

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Chris,I would appreciate that. It would be an interesting path if I returned to a church that you recommended...coming from being the child of a mother who sang so beautifully that people left requests for her in the collection plate...to living without that spiritual structure...to finding Chris Sligh's blog because I love and follow music...to consequently finding your blog and dropping you a line...and... My mother would be smiling. Victoria