Eld. Haymon & Bro. Gil Leach: Gratefully Good Reports!

Dad’s pacemaker surgery was a success! Should he experience any further heart beat delays, as you may know, the device will augment the rhythm and keep him from having any knowledge that such even happened! He’s expecting to return home from the hospital tomorrow. We’re all so thankful for the good hand of The Lord in today’s operation. To all who’ve inquired and sent your thoughts and prayers, Thank You!

Bro. Gil Leach is having a chemotherapy port placement surgery today at PSL hospital. His three weeks of chemo begin this evening. His sweet wife, Sis. Tracy, and son, Phil, appreciate the thoughts and prayers of their CAC church family and beyond. Visitors are welcome throughout this first week; however, please be considerate if you may be suffering even the slightest cold or cough. The second and third weeks will most likely see Bro. Leach’s blood counts, platelets and, immunities drop to a level that may necessarily curtail visitors, but not greeting cards and phone calls! It is helpful to make a quick phone call or send a text before you visit.

As we head into the rest of the work week, here’s a scripture for your contemplation and meditation:

Hebrews 10:35 (AMP)
[35] Do not, therefore, fling away your fearless confidence, for it carries a great and glorious compensation of reward.

Fearless confidence! Keep it planted firmly in your heart! God is in control.

Look forward to seeing you in our midweek service tomorrow night, 7:30 PM.

God bless you all,

Pastor & Sis. Haymon

About pastordonhaymon2

A spiritual shepherd who loves the Saintly flock of God at CAC; who loves his family, and who loves the Apostolic doctrine and the Pentecost

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