Thursday, September 07, 2006

Hitting the Road from CA to MO to Canada - Pls Pray!

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Gonna pack; sleep a few hours; and then hit the road for seven weeks. I cherish your prayers.


Kris Grimm said...

Hi Katie....Bless you as you travel and minister to women all over the planet!! I will do my first Life Purpose Facilitation this Monday and Tuesday....I'm a little nervous but, very excited and rarin' to go! Please pray for Andriette and I as we start this process. Love ya! Kris Grimm

Susan from South Carolina said...

Blessed Katie: On behalf of the PTPM women whose lives you have touched (which is many) let me offer up a prayer from us to you as you travel.
Merciful God: You alone are great and powerful and Creator of all things! We ask your travel mercies on your servant, Katie. We pray for safe transportation, and sane "next seat" companions when flying. We pray for good weather and good food.
We pray that the hotels are clean and the beds comfortable.
We pray that Katie's schedule allows for quiet times of reflection and insight from the Holy Spirit and that she will not grow weary. We pray that Katie will have good health and that her voice will remain strong.
We pray for each person who attends the conference. We seek your blessings on them and their families. We pray that each person will be uplifted, challenged and encouraged by the words that you will give Katie.
We pray that Katie can continue to serve you with the words you will give her to say at each stop along the way and at each presentation. We pray that your Word will be shared and that your name will be glorified at each retreat and conference. We pray that Katie will speak boldly for you and deliver a message of hope. We pray that she will inspire the participants to greatness for you. We call upon your Holy Spirit to guide, nuture, and uplift Katie. Meet her every need while she is traveling and speaking and let her take rest each night knowing that there are women across this country and beyond supporting her in prayer. All these things we ask as your children, and in the name of your most precious son, Jesus, the Christ. Amen.

Rosalie G said...

If your plane needs to touch down in Winnipeg, MB Canada my group of 12 ladies would love you to drop by. They are getting to know you very well through your book we are studying. We meet Tuesdays at 10-11:15 a.m.!

The organizer for your Toronto Women Alive seminar, Ellen, was once my pastor's wife. I touched base with her recently and she is looking forward to your talk.

God bless your ministry.

Anonymous said...

Hi Katie!
Well I hope you have had a very successful and inspiring and fun trip.... just want to touch base and let you know that I am very much a part of this ministry and when I said what my dream was at the end of the facilitators course, well our Father has a way to get things to beautifully align... I also realize the more you may be able to do for him the more you may be tested, I hope I am passing with flying colours.. I am feeling very healthy and happy, and I did have to make some changes and now I am reaping the benefits... I think of you often and can not wait to volunteer for you and meet you again sooon!!! all my love Caroline xxoo canada

Karen Sinn said...

I am so excited to read that you are going to be in MO. Is it too late for me to know where and try to join you? You are always in my prayers. I am so gratful to be a part of the PTPMinistries.
Blessings and love ya,
Karen Sinn

Katie Brazelton said...

Well, Ladies, who responded to this BLOG entry,
Each one of you just about knocked me over with your kind words! I thought nobody had responded, since my Message Board said "0 Comments" all this time -- but after the hitting REFRESH button, finally, there you were. I'm sorry I didn't write previously, but thank you. It's good to be home for a few weeks before the Nov 5-9th Laguna Conference.
My love to each one of you,

Anonymous said...

wish I could edit my msg (yet again). I meant in my message above that the organizer is married to a pastor that used to pastor a church I attended. (not was once my pastor's wife).

You can imagine the amount of time I spend editing my own writings!