The Direct Victims
- For comfort, patience, strength, provision, and special grace for those in shelters and for the amelioration of conditions there.
- For comfort, peace, patience, strength, provision, and special grace for those who are now homeless.
-For the elderly, young, sick, injured, orphaned, poor, and others who are particularly vulnerable.
- For those who are particularly isolated.
- For John and Robin DeLamatre, their friends, family, neighbors, acquaintances, and colleagues.
- For Greg Eiden’s daughter and her friends, family, neighbors, acquaintances, and colleagues.
- For all those who have been, or will be, unemployed as a result of the storm.
- For those who are unable to get a hold of friends and loved ones.
- For those whose educations have been, or will be, disrupted.
- For those who are, or have family members, on active duty with the military or who are otherwise unavoidably away from home.
- For all the churches, para-church organizations, their staff members, their members, and clergy affected by the storm and it’s aftermath.
- For those in rural areas.
- For all those who work in agriculture, the energy industry, fishing, tourism, hospitality.
- That disease not spread.
Those Involved in Rescue and Recovery Efforts
- All those serving in the active duty military, national guard or reserves, law enforcement, and public safety organizations and their families.
- All those working in non-profit groups like the Red Cross and their families.
- All Christians working to help others, that they may truly be “Jesus with skin on.”
- All those in the medical professions and their families.
- All those that work for or with utilities and their families.
- All those in construction and their families.
- All those in transportation and their families.
All of Us
- That the adverse enviornmental, economic, and social impacts be minimal.