Highland Park Baptist Church

Missionary Prayer Requests


*Pray for Marc & Kim St.


*T. & L. S. (Central Asia) are thankful for answered prayer for a renewed passport and visa for son.  Two weeks ago they were in the middle of a bureaucratic run-around – going from the Immigration Police to US Embassy to city/county offices to acquire a visa before the family was to leave for Home Assignment.  Thankfully last night, T.


*  Uche & Marianne Aaron  (The Seed Company in Nigeria)  are praising God that at the Obolo Bible Dedication Committee meeting on February 20th, it was decided that the dedication of the Obolo Bible will be on Saturday, May 24, 201


*  J. & M. R. (Netherlands) thank you so much for praying for their health (M. had been battling sinusitis) in the midst of  planning their Easter program.  God is answering and giving her better health.  Please pray for their time in the U.S.


*Pray for Dale & Vicky Bishop (YFC in Detroit).  Vicky had 3 biopsies last week to check for breast cancer and found out this week that results came back positive.  Pray for wisdom and peace as they make medical appts.


*Kevin Cochrane (SEND in Japan) asks for prayer for a classmate, Brian, who has mentioned a few times a desire to go to church with Kevin.  Pray for continued diligence in Japanese language learning, as he has decided to repeat his first block in order to get a better handle in foundational understanding.  Pray for Kevin to fight off feelings of loneline


*Flossie Battishill (age 93) passed away on Sat. night.  The funeral will be at her church in Roseville (Cornerstone Baptist Church, 17017 – 12 Mile Rd.) on Friday, 4/4, at 2 PM.  Visitation will be from 1-2. 


*Ellen Groh (retired in FL) recently had some procedures requiring hospitalization to help with a circulation problem.  Stents were put into her right and left legs which should help in her circulation and hopefully avoid other infections.  Send her a card at her new home:  Riverfront Nursing & Rehab Center, 105 – 15th St.


*  Tim & Martha Matzke  (Wycliffe in Solomon Islands) are wearing 4 hats at once in addition to their jobs in Literacy (Tim) and Communications (Martha) - they are also serving as directors of their group.  At the moment, they do not have an Operations Manager to handle the day to day tasks of keeping their group going.  Please pray fo


*J. & M.