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Son very sick. Please pray for him.

Started by Tim. Last reply by Gary Radke Sep 18, 2016. 6 Replies

Prayer request.

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Comment by NavyDads Admin (Paul) on July 1, 2016 at 8:51pm

Prayers out Bill.  The Lord gave him the strength to make it thru boot camp and A-school.....He will give him the strength to trust in his training and in his shipmates to excel. 

Comment by blondie on July 1, 2016 at 8:48pm

Father hear the cry of your son, Bill. Give strength to his son and all those who are deployed or will be.  Give Peace to their parents.  Thanks for your Love and Faithfulness. Amen

Bill my daughter left for the middle east when she was 18.  I know how you're feeling.  All will be fine,  God Loves them more then we do.  He has a Plan.  We must let go and let God.  I'll continue to pray for you and your son.

Comment by Bill Harper on July 1, 2016 at 5:39pm
I would like to send continuing prayer requests for my son Matt who is right now finishing up his final requirements in A school at Great Lakes. He is scheduled for an overseas deployment at the end of his A school and is just 21 years old. He has never been outside of the U.S. Before. He will be going on a ship and I am sure this whole process will be challenging and stressful, being away from home and family, etc. Please pray for him as he makes this huge transition in his life's journey. Thank you, Bill Harper
Comment by Kathy Wright on June 22, 2016 at 11:44pm

Prayers for our boot camp recruits that they stay healthy and graduate.

Comment by Richard J. Ramirez on May 25, 2016 at 7:24am

Bill, I will have your Son attending A-School in my prayers today.  Our son upon entering A-School dropped weight over the intensity of the program; he survived and now thrives, still loves his work.  Hang in there this too shall pass...God Bless.

Comment by Phil Shannon on May 25, 2016 at 7:14am

Praying for your son and all the amazing sons and daughters, sailors who are at Great Lakes, and serving all across the world

Comment by NavyDads Admin (Paul) on May 24, 2016 at 9:17pm

He'll be fine.....when he gets hungry, he'll eat!

Comment by Bill Harper on May 24, 2016 at 9:08pm
I would like anyone to help me pray for my son and all the young sailors in A school at Great Lakes. They have a real stressful job. My son weighed 138 pounds when he started basic and he lost ten pounds in basic. I worry that they are not getting enough nutritional meals there.
Comment by blondie on May 6, 2016 at 6:56am

Thank you Richard.  She has always been a go getter,  took 2 tests, No maps, had 3 weeks to turn down a full ride at college and give me POA...swore in and left (1st time flying) by herself to Chicago.  did a speed course in firefighting.....was a grad-n-go...ended up with shin splints that turned into stress fractures....was given 2 chances to take medical discharge.....went straight to the Middle East, signed up for her 2nd year while she was over there.  Went to Japan/Korea from there, We flew to Japan in 2010 to spend Christmas/new years with her.  After her time was up there she went to the Pentagon (Joint chief of staff).  She is Intel so has worked with all branches of the Military.  she advanced quickly.....She met Joe in A-school and they have stayed in contact the whole time just on opposite sides of the world until Aug. 2014.  They have been married a year and bought a house in VA hoping they could hope from one base to another until they had their 20 in.  Her original plan was when she went civilian she'd get a government contract....and keep doing what she was doing.  What she does she cannot have dependents so that all changed and a lot of those jobs are no longer there, when they changed things in the military.

She Always thinks things through and plans....Joe can be just jump!  LOL  He's a lot of fun, fits right into our family and we love him to death But he's not fully grown up yet.  Appreciate any Prayers on their behalf.  That they follow God's plan for their lives.

Have a Blessed day.

Comment by Richard J. Ramirez on May 4, 2016 at 7:48am

Blondie, I will offer a prayer today...that said, and I no doubt missed some of your posts on the subject, all in, the transition to civilian life for your sailor seems like a good plan; provided the Navy thinks so. Your daughter and son-n-law appear to have thought things out and are ready for a new chapter in their lives.  Regardless, know I will be praying for you and them today...All the Best!  Rich


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