a note from Evy

Thank you, dear friends, for your comments, emails, phone calls, cards and most of all your prayers for Art, Ruthi and me.  It is a most difficult time for us but we are finding God’s faithfulness and grace is sufficient for each day as we need it.  Jesus said, “My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness”. 2Cor12:9  We are finding this true each day as we look to Him for His strength.  God bless you all.  We love you and praise God to be a part of His loving family!  Evy

5 thoughts on “a note from Evy

  1. Aunt Ev, Ruthie, Mark,

    I’ve been praying a lot over this last week for Uncle Art and for each of you. I know God will carry you.

    Could I go visit Uncle Art? Since I work in the downtown, it is just a short lunchtime walk to go over there. Is he allowed visitors other than family.

    I don’t want to intrude, but I would love to see him if it is OK.

    I also want you to know that I’ll do anything for you that you need. I’ve been thinking about your yard. Could I come help with the yardwork?


  2. Hi Evy, Mark & Ruthi,
    I just wanted to let you know that Jill & I are praying for Art and each one of you. When you have a moment, please let me know if Art is up for a visit from me or if that should wait awhile. If there is anything at all that I can do, please let me know.
    In Christ, Johnny


  3. Hey you guys, we just returned from vacation and are so sad to hear of Art’s condition. We are praying for God’s healing hand on his body. Art, you have too many years left. We want you around for many more years. You and your family are truly an inspiration to our family, all of us Powell’s. If a visit is possible we would love to come dawn and see ya’ll. Evy, do you need anything. Please keep us posted on his condition. In God’s love, Dallas and Milene


  4. Evy, Ruthi and Family. Betty and I are praying for all of you each and every day. How we remember the days at Interbay Church and the visits in Nebraska and Macon for your missions conference. An how can we forget the 50th in Bradenton. How we thank you for your service over these years. Cotton and Betty Jones, Parker, Co.


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