Sept. 17, 2014
Against all odds (medically speaking), by God’s power and the prayers of his people, Brian Fox is still alive. On Tuesday Sept. 16 he survived 3 operations. The doctors told Veronica that “he’s the sickest man at RI Hospital” and “the sickest man they have ever operated on.” The doctors are continually working to stabilize his blood pressure, clean his system of toxins and acidity, etc.
Your prayers matter: Veronica and her family have been sustained by the prayers of people in our community and all over the United States. Additionally, God’s power, presence and healing in this situation has been attested to by multiple prophetic words and visions.
It’s amazing what God is doing in all this! Last night Brian’s college roommate and best man at his wedding, drove up from Connecticut and spent all night playing Brian’s songs on the guitar to Brian at his bedside. It deeply ministered to the doctors and medical staff at RI Hospital.
Continue to pray boldly and unceasingly for God to do a miracle and be glorified. Remember, what we consider supernatural, is natural for our mighty God!
In the name of the Resurrected One,
Pastor Paul Hoffman
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 English Standard Version:
16 Rejoice always, 17 pray without ceasing, 18 give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
Sept. 16, 2014
EFC is calling a church-wide prayer vigil to intercede on behalf of Brian Fox, who is battling for his life at Rhode Island Hospital, his wife Veronica, and their 3 sons. The doctors have told Veronica that Brian will not live because his vital organs are shutting down. But EFC believes in the mightiness of our Savior and the power of prayer.
The Church sanctuary will be open from noon until 9pm tonight for people to gather, pray and comfort one another.
If you cannot come to EFC, please pray wherever you are located.
Let’s trust God for a miracle. In Jesus’ awesome name,
Pastor Paul Hoffman