Home: A ministry of the CrossRoads, 308 Avenue J, Belle Chasse, LA 70037

  • VBS - July 17th -21st
  • Beaux - 3 year old with cancer - Had 2 operations at the beginning of June for pain management. Beaux will have no more treatments for the cancer. Pray for him to be pain free and pray for his family. We are still asking God for a miracle. 6/18/17
  • Naomi Grace - 5 year old with CDKL. Seizures continue to worsen. Pray for Naomi and her family.  Pray for a cure for CDKL (6/17 was CDKL Awareness Day.) 6/18/17
  • Brian K. - recovering from heart surgery. 6/18/17
  • Judy K. - liver failure. She is on a transplant list. 6/18/17
  • Ray and Bonnie - construction and repairs on house. 6/18/17
  • Angela and Chris B.  and boys - traveling to California. 6/12/17
  • Moshe (Marla's Jeweler partner) - He was in a car wreck and has suffered whiplash. It is so bad that he is having difficulties swallowing. Had MRI on 6/10/17.
  • Travis (Trent's nephew) - in Marines and stationed in Kuwait. 6/6/17
  • Bobbie and Jon K.  and family. 6/6/17
  • Rebecca B. - stage 4 breast cancer. 6/6/17
  • Amanda - still having problems with her thumb. 6/6/17
  • Steve and Judy (Rita's brother and sister in law) - family 5/29/17
  • L.V. (Krista's friend) - pancreatic cancer. 5/22/17
  • Debbie O. (Krista's friend) - side effects from hernia surgery. 5/22/17
  • Alexander (Joel and Melissa's baby) - awaiting test results. Doctor thinks he has Congenital Adrenal hyperplasia. We are praying with Joel and Melissa that it is a misdiagnosis. 5/22/17
  • Stephanie (Warren's neighbor) - struggling with addictions. 5/21/17
  • Jessica and Lasondra (Brian's Granddaughters)- comfort and protection. 5/21/17
  • Sarafina (Shelley's Great Grandchild) - having a hard time with teething, and has some allergies to the family's 3 cats. Pray they will find a new home for at least 2 of the cats. 5/15/17
  • Col. Louis A. - Vietnam vet who was POW for  years and tortured. Has seizures, PTSD, and other conditions. Just released from the hospital, but he needs healing. Also pray for his wife Connie to have strength and stamina. 5/15/17
  • Chuck (Brian's son) - had an episode with high blood sugar, dizziness, and other symptoms. 5/14/17
  • Jason P. - is seeing a surgeon this week for hernia. He has prostate cancer and will be undergoing surgery for that after the hernia surgery. Keep Debbie and Blake in prayers too as they deal with Jason's health problems. 5/14/17
  • Rivers and Lala (Brian's Great Grandchildren) - lots of illnesses; possibly from bad conditions in their house (mold, etc.) 5/14/17

Unspoken Requests

  • Rory H. 5/22/17
  • Krista's friend in drug rehab 5/10/17
"For you created my inmost being;
you knit me together in my mother’s womb."
Psalm 139:13

  • Lindsay M. - Brian K.s friend 6/4/17


(Week of 6/18/17):

    Brian K. - heart surgery went well last week. We continue to pray for his full recovery.
    Judy K. - out of hospital; tests confirm that all symptoms relate to liver failure. Praise that there are no new problems.
    We continue to pray for complete healing.
    Barbara (Chester's Mom) - shingles are almost completely gone.
    Chester - has been able to use his arm again. Rotator cuff injury is healed.

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Someone has said that if Christians really understood the full extent of the power we have available through prayer, we might be speechless. During WWII there was an adviser to Churchill who organized a group of people who dropped what they were doing every day at a prescribed hour for  one minute  to collectively pray for the safety of England , its people and peace.

There is now a group of people organizing the same thing here in America . If you would like to participate: Every evening at 9:00 PM Eastern Time (8:00 PM Central) (7:00 PM Mountain) (6:00 PM Pacific), stop whatever you are doing and spend one minute praying for the safety of the United States and for  a return to a Godly nation  . If you know anyone else who would like to participate, please pass this along. Our prayers are the most powerful asset we have.

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CrossRoads Prayers (pronounced pray-ers) are in ministry because we are convinced that God expects us to intercede for others. 1 Corinthians 10:24 tells us, "No one should seek their own good, but the good of others." We take on the ministry of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, who sits at the right hand of the Father interceding for us. In a way, our prayers are evidence that we love others as much as we love ourselves.